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Old 10-04-2015, 10:05 AM   #21
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Andy, have your heard of the "Snake Method"? I used a version of it last month for rotisserie chicken on the Weber.

I split the coals and wood chunks to opposite sides of the kettle and lit the coals from opposite ends. I used "Tumbleweeds" to start the coals. These are bundles of what looks like straw, that have been dipped in paraffin wax. The drip pan went between the coal lines, with some water. Birds came out very tasty.
Thanks CraigC. I have heard of the snake method but haven't tried it yet.
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Baby Backs and ABT's on this morning.

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Mmmmm, ABTs! I have to make some of those.
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Andy, have your heard of the "Snake Method"? I used a version of it last month for rotisserie chicken on the Weber.



I split the coals and wood chunks to opposite sides of the kettle and lit the coals from opposite ends. I used "Tumbleweeds" to start the coals. These are bundles of what looks like straw, that have been dipped in paraffin wax. The drip pan went between the coal lines, with some water. Birds came out very tasty.
And just when I thought I knew it all, you teach me something new.

Paymaster, you shout change your title to PitMaster, for you sure are one. The rest of you, keep discussing. I'm busily taking notes. This is a great discussion on maintaining temps, and coal distribution strategies.

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Thanks Chief !

Slicing brisket for tonite's supper.

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Carnivore Sampler Platter!

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Carnivore Sampler Platter!

And you don't live right next door to me, why?

Me, I'm going to cook up some smelt that have been brining. I've got a frozen steelhead in the freezer as well that I'll soon cook up.

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Thanks Chief !

Slicing brisket for tonite's supper.

Now there is some My-T-Fine "Q"!
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