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Old 05-17-2010, 12:23 PM   #1
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Ordered a 22" WSM this afternoon.

So I finally got around to it and after procrastinating on it for the longest time, I ordered myself a WSM. I've lately been doing the duties with a 22" Weber Silver kettle style grill and it's been OK for some jobs, it's really not the easiest thing I've ever used.

I mean, I need something to smoke jalapenos on, so why not the biggest smoker that Weber makes?

Just kidding. I do a bit of everything and the tipping point was the weekend before last where I fixed three racks of ribs in the oven since I couldn't bring myself to cut them to peices so they'd fit on the grill.

Can't wait until I get it delivered and up and running.

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Old 05-17-2010, 01:05 PM   #2
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Be sure to use your photography skills to share images of the smoker and your cooking.
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Old 05-17-2010, 01:10 PM   #3
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Of course.

Here's a close up of the grill I've been using.

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Yum!!!

What is all in those peppers? Those look great!
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Old 05-17-2010, 02:11 PM   #5
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Yum!!!

What is all in those peppers? Those look great!
Corn, spicy jack cheese, juice from a lime, salt, pepper, ground chipotle pepper. I believe that's it.
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Enjoy your new WSM!
As well, I wish I had more space on my 22" OTG. I usually end up cutting my spareribs and racking them when I'm smoking 2 slabs. During many instances I wish I had a 26" kettle.

But hopefully within the next few weeks I will be smoking my ribs in my new wood fired 34" brick pizza oven I'm currently in the middle of building.
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It's here! My room mate tried to go outside yesterday and R2D2 was blocking him from leaving.

I'm wanting to do a test run, so I was thinking about trying a fruit roll up after work...maybe some chicken mcnuggets.
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It's here! My room mate tried to go outside yesterday and R2D2 was blocking him from leaving.

I'm wanting to do a test run, so I was thinking about trying a fruit roll up after work...maybe some chicken mcnuggets.
no way, get yourself some lump charcoal and smoke up a fatty or a chuckie. oh fatty is a stuffed sausage, not the item that puts people in a daze...

BTW, what type of camera are you using, and what version of photoshop. I noticed that the contrast is a bit deeper with that above photo. so you must either have a good canon or nikon with either PS7 or cs 2
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no way, get yourself some lump charcoal and smoke up a fatty or a chuckie. oh fatty is a stuffed sausage, not the item that puts people in a daze...

BTW, what type of camera are you using, and what version of photoshop. I noticed that the contrast is a bit deeper with that above photo. so you must either have a good canon or nikon with either PS7 or cs 2
Did two pork shoulders this weekend. It's only an iPhone photo as it was 8:30 in the morning and I didn't have the patience to grab my camera gear...not as hungover as I was.

My main camera now is a Canon 5D MKII and I was using a Canon 85 f/1.8 for the above photo. Photo Shop CS5. I have a photography business, so I try and stay on top of gear/promgrams that I need.
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no way, get yourself some lump charcoal and smoke up a fatty or a chuckie...
I know what a fatty is. What's a chuckie?
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