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FINALLY fired up the darn thing. Bout time!!

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    FINALLY fired up the darn thing. Bout time!!

    lonnie mac Troutman Spinaker Steve B Henrik et all.

    ​​​​​​​I am amazed at how wide open I have this thing to cook at 250° Perhaps I did something wrong?? All good though. Next time I’m gonna load up as much as I can with the FOGO. Tic toc.





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    #2
    Filled her up or Fired her up??

    90 pounds of cold meat will cause extra fuel consumption.

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    • HouseHomey
      HouseHomey commented
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      Be real. 86lbs

    • Craigar
      Craigar commented
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      Ya missed a spot.

    #3
    Maybe all that cold meat is making it hard to reach temp? Always a learning curve to a new cooker. What time are we eating that feast?

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    • HouseHomey
      HouseHomey commented
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      Yeah. I know better but.... not really. I had an issue with not putting all the meat on. Messed with my Chi. I really need to learn to cook less.

    • DesertRaider
      DesertRaider commented
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      HouseHomey My wife keeps telling me to cook less. Which is when I point out we have a big freezer and vacuum sealer for a reason. That usually ends the conversation. For the night

    #4
    Looking good Homey.

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      #5
      Suh-weeet!!!

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        #6
        If you never find out how much your BBQ can hold did you really cook on it???

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        • HouseHomey
          HouseHomey commented
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          Nope. I need to get me another one of those racks. Darn box only came with 1/2 a rack. Then we will see. They have an 8 slot rib rack too. Temped on that. Oh heck let’s shop!

        #7
        Now that's a mess a meat, nice stet up.

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            #9
            I think we can get over across town in time for dinner....

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              #10
              Serious question: What does one do with all that meat once it's cooked? I have never cooked more than 4 racks of SLC's at one time. Admittedly, when I do it down at my vacation home I bring them to my friend's store where he generally feeds 15 to 20 people a night (friends and family) in the summer and they all get eaten. But short of a large gathering, what do you do with the meat?

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              • Dewesq55
                Dewesq55 commented
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                Thanks. I'm dying to test the capacity of my cookers (both of them, but separately) but I don't know what I would do with all the meat. I particularly would like to see if I can hang 8 racks in my ThermoTemp XL. I'd also like to see how many racks I can fit on my COS with my new double rack system.

              • EdF
                EdF commented
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                "Then my wife and kids will eat ...".

                Immortal!

              • jfmorris
                jfmorris commented
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                I personally can eat leftover ribs, pork or beef all week. That said, it all vacuum seals and freezes well too - I recently ate some baby backs I pulled out of the freezer and naked - they were from a cook in December, and tasted great.

              #11
              Only Homey of the House would cook all the livestock in the area on an initial cook! 👍👍👍🕶

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                #12
                Now we’re talking! THAT’S how to inaugurate a cooker 👊🔥

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                  #13
                  you could have gotten a couple pig shots on there

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                    • Attjack
                      Attjack commented
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                      I like to foil my deflectors so I don't have to scrape the carbon off of them. The grates are nice in that they're split so they fit in the kitchen sink although I wish they were stainless steel.

                    • Steve B
                      Steve B commented
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                      Glorious.
                      And yup she’s officially a cooker. 👍

                    #15
                    Nice Homes, now that’s what I call some home cookin’

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