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Inaugural Cook on the 40.2" Masterbuilt - Tomorrow

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    Inaugural Cook on the 40.2" Masterbuilt - Tomorrow

    So, I picked up a couple of slabs of SLC at my local BJ's this afternoon. Will peel and dry-brine tonight before bed and tomorrow will make my version of LMR and report back with pics (if they come out good!)

    DEW

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    Sounds good, except, we want pics either way! We'll help you improve any results that aren't awesome, and it's easier to do that when we get pics.

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      #3
      Sounds like a plan.

      DEW

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        #4
        Enjoy your day! I always get excited the night before smoking day. We're like a buncha kids.

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          #5
          No A-ron, we gots our priorities straight,

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            #6
            Originally posted by Jon Solberg View Post
            No A-ron, we gots our priorities straight,
            Glad someone does.

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              #7
              Originally posted by Huskee View Post
              Enjoy your day! I always get excited the night before smoking day. We're like a buncha kids.
              Me too. That's why I had to post tonight.

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                #8
                Originally posted by Dewesq55 View Post
                Me too. That's why I had to post tonight.
                You Sir, have come to the right forum then

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                  #9
                  Of that there is no doubt. I think it was my born destiny to end up here.

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                    #10
                    You build guitars? Are you a player too?

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                      #11
                      Used to be. Arthritic fingers.

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                      • The Burn
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                        A luthier? Being a long time novice player, I always thought it would be a great thing to be if I was craftier

                      • Huskee
                        Huskee commented
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                        I wanted to go to luthier school when I was in high school. Never did.

                      • Dewesq55
                        Dewesq55 commented
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                        I'm self-taught. My dad was a carpenter and I learned the basics of how to use tools from him but he didn't know from stringed instruments or fret board scales. I don't find much time for it any more, though. Too busy with work, which I guess is good since it pays the bills.

                        DEW

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                      Just checked out your Sig, which is very well done. You and I have very similar beer and wine tastes. I am a big fan of Italian wine after the wife and I vacationed there back in October. Love Brunello!

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                      • David Parrish
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                        Nice! We just cracked open a Brunello from a case order we placed from this wine bar we fell in love with in Florence. http://www.tripadvisor.com/Restauran...e_Tuscany.html

                      • richinlbrg
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                        Thanks to you both for mentioning Brunello! Just had some while on vaca, loved it, and then proceeded to forget the name while returning home! THANK YOU!!

                      • David Parrish
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                        Glad to help a fellow Brunello lover out

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                      Here are the 2 racks of SLC peeled, salted and ready to go in the fridge for dry brining. One weighed in at 3 lbs 6.5 ozs and the other at 3 lbs 2.4 ozs.

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                          Those are sosme good sized racks. You may find them taking closer to the 6-7 hr range at 225. MAY. Don't hold me to that.

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                            I checked then just short of 5 hours and they've still git a ways to go. The instructions that came with the smoker said to load food onto the lowest rack. In retrospect, this seems dumb, so I moved the racks up to the middle and cranked the temp up to 250.

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