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    Only need to grill hot dogs for two!

    I have a Big Green Egg and a Pit Barrel Cooker, both of which are overkill for grilling hot dogs for two people on the Fourth of July, So I added a Weber Smokey Joe to my BBQ grilling/smoking collection today!
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    #2
    I just turn the charcoal chimney upside down and cook dogs on that. Saves charcoal too...

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    • DJ DeSpain
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      I’ve done that before, but chimney is too concentrated heat that cooked fast with no charcoal flavor. Might as well just broil them in an oven. 😆

    • RonB
      RonB commented
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      DJ DeSpain - ya do know that you can use less charcoal? Right?

    #3
    Where’s the ambient temp probe in the grill? Where’s the leave in probe for the dogs? You could learn a thing or two about hot dog cooking from Huskee . 😂
    Last edited by Red Man; July 4, 2021, 09:05 PM.

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    • Panhead John
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      We’re just joking with you. 😂. A while back our fearless leader Huskee posted a pic of him grilling hot dogs with his ambient temp probes in place! I mean, who does that for hot dogs? 😂

    • bbqLuv
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      "ambient temp probes in place! I mean, who does that for hot dogs?"
      You don't?

    • Steve B
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      You guys are killing me.
      Ambient temp probs for hot dogs. 🤦🏼🤷🏼🤣🤣

    #4
    Dang good Chow Chow you have there too.. prefer the hot but the sweet is spot on as well

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    • DJ DeSpain
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      I tossed on a little Secret Aardvark Habanero hot sauce on mine for heat as my wife is not a fan of hot sauce,

    #5
    This is the Pit ya know & you have been around long enough that you should have a little more aesthetic order to the placement of the dogs. Nice recovery in the final result. Nice cooker!

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    • DJ DeSpain
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      Yeah, the Olympic judges docked me a couple of point on style, but I stuck the landing!
      Last edited by DJ DeSpain; July 4, 2021, 10:11 PM.

    #6
    The Black & Decker Workmate is a workmate for sure. Perfect cook height!

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      #7
      Nailed it, Bruh. Dogs done cooked good. Love it!

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        #8
        The Smokey Joe is a perfect addition!!

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          #9
          Nice looking tube steaks.
          I've been plotting to get a Jumbo Joe myself.

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            #10
            Luv my Jumbo Joe,,,,,
            he can do everything his big brother can do,,,,

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            • Alabama Smoke
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              And there is a difference also. My Jumbo Joe can be ready to cook from lighting until meat on about 3 times faster than my performer can. I suppose due to smaller size. I use the SnS made for each of them in this comparison.

            #11
            WTG.

            BTW, what's that red stuff next to the dogs in the buns?

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              #12
              Love my Joe, got nowhere to put it. I wind up doing the dogs (and burgers) over the S&S.

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                #13
                Katchup? Really Catchup on a hot dog.
                Either way served with PBR.
                Last edited by bbqLuv; July 5, 2021, 08:03 AM.

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                • bbqLuv
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                  Never heard of Chow Chow until this post. It is a relish from the South, I guess.
                  Gonna have to give it a try. Going on the shopping list.
                  Last edited by bbqLuv; July 5, 2021, 09:05 AM.

                • klflowers
                  klflowers commented
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                  tRidiot bbqLuv chow chow is usually a pickled cabbage relish. Mrs Campbell's is pretty good, I like the hot version too.

                • DJ DeSpain
                  DJ DeSpain commented
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                  klflowers My Publix only carries the sweet version of Mrs. Campbell’s chow chow. 😞

                #14
                I love my SJ for the small and quick cooks. Just the wife and me so it comes in very handy. BUT, great use of the Workmate! I never thought of that! I have one sitting in my garage not ten feet from where my SJ sits and it never crossed my mind. Duh.....
                Thanks for that idea.

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                • DJ DeSpain
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                  I often use my Workmate as my BBQ prep table. I put a BGE deflector plate under the Smokey Joe to keep it off of the wood.

                #15
                Looks good. Nice choice.

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