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    Hey There BBQ Peeps,
    I have been cooking on a BGE for a couple Years and just added a Saffire to my outdoor Kitchen. I had a chance to get a big one and needed some more cooking space. I have done lots of pork, some brisket, chicken, etc. Right now i have my first batch of pork belly in a liquid brine for the first day of 6 or 8 damn excited to smoke that.

    Is that your wife feeling sorry for the poor piggey, or afraid it is about to unwind and explode and ruin any carpet nearby??

    Welcome and pretty neat cooks you got there!!


    • furnaceman
      furnaceman commented
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      ha ha not my wife but my buddies wife .... she was amazed at the whole process.

    I'm loving your first picture, reminds me of my wife.


    • DWCowles
      DWCowles commented
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      Your wife like apples did she ribeyeguy ?😊
      Last edited by DWCowles; April 2, 2016, 09:20 PM.

    • ribeyeguy
      ribeyeguy commented
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      Of course, that's all I meant, she likes apples. (Really honey, if you're reading this that's what I meant). Oh God, I'm dead.

    Welcome furnaceman! We're glad you're here!


      well its my Buddies Wife.. mine is all to familiar with me dragging a bigger and bigger piece of meat through the door. this gal and my buddy enjoyed the whole harvesting the meat off the carcass. they had never seen it before


        Nicely played! Great pics as well...


          Welcome to The Pit furnaceman!


            Welcome to the Pit!


              furnaceman, Welcome to The Pit! I showed your pig to my Wife, who I have owned for 44 Yrs this coming August, She flat told me not to get any Wild Assed Ideas Like That?
              Eat Well and Prosper! From Fargo ND, Dan


              • furnaceman
                furnaceman commented
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                Awesome.....It was quite a cook. No big rush to do it again.

              Welcome furnaceman from North Mississippi.


                furnaceman - welcome to The Pit and welcome to The Addiction!

                Looks as if you have a thing for pork!


                  Welcome aboard!


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