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    They look nice in the picture. I'll be interested...

    They look nice in the picture. I'll be interested to hear how they taste.
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    Occasion? Recipe?

    Occasion? Recipe?
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    How does an Akorn bite the dust, if you don't...

    How does an Akorn bite the dust, if you don't mind sharing? One of the pros of kamados for me is that a hinge and a daisy wheel are the most complex parts.
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    :highfive:

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    What was horrible about the ribs? If you can...

    What was horrible about the ribs?

    If you can hold 325F degress, maybe do some searches for hot and fast brisket and pork, weeping ribs, etc. There are plenty of folks out there who cook around...
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    I think the spatchcock chicken thread is the one...

    I think the spatchcock chicken thread is the one we traditionally use. Just breeze past the part where Coach called LAU a dipshit for posting about chicken in the smoker thread. :D
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    SJS?

    SJS?
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    I think some competition circuits do not allow...

    I think some competition circuits do not allow electricity as a heat source (i.e., burning wood must provide the heat and not an electric element, propane tank, etc.) for smokers. That leads some...
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    I really like pecan. I find it similar to hickory...

    I really like pecan. I find it similar to hickory but a bit milder and sweeter.
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    I didn't purchase that one. I think it came from...

    I didn't purchase that one. I think it came from Sam's, though.
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    Trimmed, IIRC. EDIT: I found this shot as...

    Trimmed, IIRC.

    EDIT: I found this shot as well. The flat is trimmed with those two end pieces coming off. I think that's pretty common for competition cooks, so they aren't cutting off rub, smoke...
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    Here's an example of how a competition cook might...

    Here's an example of how a competition cook might have such a brisket trimmed and cooking on a WSM:

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    I used a light coating of mustard on some spares...

    I used a light coating of mustard on some spares last weekend. I was happy with the results.

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    The biggest one might have been. It was bigger...

    The biggest one might have been. It was bigger than my cooker.
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    I didn't get close enough to see. They had three...

    I didn't get close enough to see. They had three sizes, though. They had some branded lump charcoal, too.
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    I just saw Kamado Joe cookers at Costco.

    I just saw Kamado Joe cookers at Costco.
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    I've read that recent gravity-feed smokers have...

    I've read that recent gravity-feed smokers have added a slight flare to the chute to reduce the risk of bridging.
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    Yes. He had probably 3 or 4 18.5" WSMs in his...

    Yes. He had probably 3 or 4 18.5" WSMs in his back yard as well as a 22.5" and his fiancee's 14" WSM. He said he competed once using a Smokey Joe and a tamale pot with a hole cut in the bottom of it....
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    Check your PM. The class was $375 per...

    Check your PM.



    The class was $375 per student. I tend to not like to spend a lot of money on hobbies, but I would do this again in a heart beat.



    We were all backyarders in my class. It...
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    It was great. We covered all sorts of things....

    It was great. We covered all sorts of things. Rubs, injections, sauces, brisket, pork butt, ribs, tri tip, chicken, sides, etc. He even cranked out some prime rib:

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    I'm on my way to Harry Soo's place to take his...

    I'm on my way to Harry Soo's place to take his SYD BBQ 101 class. This should be fun.
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    I consider this to be in that same category: ...

    I consider this to be in that same category:

    http://www.komodokamado.com/big-bad-32/
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    Here's a good one for this thread: ...

    Here's a good one for this thread:

    http://tvwbb.com/images/smilies/wsmsmile8gm.gif
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    I've been to BBQs Galore before (expensive but...

    I've been to BBQs Galore before (expensive but good variety), but the last couple of times I've just grabbed the hickory bag at WalMart. It's just as good, and the price is better. Hickory, pecan and...
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    Sam's Club has 20 lb. bags of BOTW mesquite lump...

    Sam's Club has 20 lb. bags of BOTW mesquite lump for $9.98 each.
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