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  • Delmuth
    Club Member
    • Mar 2017
    • 2
    • Spring Hill, FL

    #31
    Congratulations.

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    • BillCIII
      Club Member
      • Dec 2018
      • 22
      • Florence, AL

      #32
      Congratulations

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      • Rob Johnston
        Club Member
        • Apr 2018
        • 221
        • Pittsburgh, PA

        #33
        Congrats!

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        • dmcannon99
          Club Member
          • Oct 2015
          • 5
          • Hanover Park, IL

          #34
          OK, the grill arrived today (along with the BBQ sauce and voucher for Porter Road), and I am anxious to get started.

          The grill came via freight and was on a pallet. For those wondering, it is mostly complete, with the grates, side/front tables, etc., in a box inside the bottom. In other words, only minutes away from use. I will need to go get some charcoal so I can give her a shot. It comes in at just under 200 pounds, so it's fun to get it ready and in the back yard.

          Once it is all put together and ready for showtime, I'll post some pics. For now, allow me to say that the metal is of a higher gauge than I expected, given some of the postings elsewhere on the site. It seems plenty sturdy, and is certainly more stout than my smoker. The current grill I have is a large stainless propane unit that is heavy gauge, but doesn't have the "sear" capability this one is known for; it's great for generic grilling, but not so great for smoking and/or searing.

          FWIW, I intend to try this bad boy out on some searing for its first use, although my wife wants to see how it does with smoking. I'll try a spatchcocked turkey next week - done them several times in the smoker, so that will make for a good comparison test. Ever since the first time I did this with the big bird, that is what everybody demands...regular roasting does not compare.

          Man, I'm salivating already...

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          • FireMan
            FireMan commented
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            Pics, pics, & more pics now, please, pretty please. Whas up?

          • Craigar
            Craigar commented
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            Congratulations dmcannon99 ! I cant wait to see your pics and read about your experience.

          • dmcannon99
            dmcannon99 commented
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            Just finished putting it all together (have to work, ya know) and will try for a picture of the completed grill tomorrow if the weather allows...getting dark now.

            Worst part of assembly Getting that film off the stainless steel parts. Ugh.
            Last edited by dmcannon99; November 20th, 2019, 04:34 PM.
        • Smokin' Hole
          Club Member
          • Aug 2017
          • 18
          • NW Montana

          #35
          My heart sank when I logged on to retrieve the spatchcock turkey recipe and saw the forfeited monthly giveaway. Congrats dmcannon99 and excellent choice. Well, back to smoking that turkey. I have company coming and doing a trial run. Bee saf all.

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          • Mo Porkplease
            Club Member
            • Feb 2018
            • 33

            #36
            Congrats and awesome choice. I look forward to seeing some cooks from that bad boy!!

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            • dmcannon99
              Club Member
              • Oct 2015
              • 5
              • Hanover Park, IL

              #37
              OK, weather did not cooperate, so not able to post any pictures of the grill, but I am including a capture of the first cook from the grill, a 12 pound turkey, which you can see was spatchcocked (the only way I cook whole turkeys anymore...).

              This was my first try at a non-propane grill (or smoker) in years, so it was a bit of a challenge. However, I wanted one of these under my belt before the actual "big day" came up. I used lump hardwood, which seems to be the recommendation of the manufacturer, but I think I will go with Meathead's recommendation for the next try and go with briquettes. I think they are likely more reliable and consistent, although part of the problem with this bad, I think, is that it was an off brand. It didn't have any foreign objects that I could see (not even tarantulas...), but the lumps were all over the place in size, including quite a bit that was so small they passed through the tray's grate.

              Anyway, perhaps the next time I will be able to get more shots, but for now it is time to carve the bird and see how it turned out. Looks great, but the real key is how well the family digs into it. I will say that it is not the mahogany color I got from the last one out of my smoker, but we shall see.

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              • RickyBobby
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                Good lookin’ bird! Well done!!!
            • Mr. Bones
              Birthday Hat Master
              • Sep 2016
              • 7871
              • Kansas Territory
              • Grills / Smokers
                *********************************************

                Kingsford 24" grill (Free) 'Billy'
                Brinkmann Smoke n Grill
                Oklahoma Joe Highland, gaskets, LavaLock baffle / tuning plate. 'Big Joe'
                Weber 18" Kettle ($30 CL) 'Lil' Feller'
                Weber Smokey Joe ($25 CL) 'Lil' Brother'
                Weber 22.5 Master Touch '93 P Code Blue($85) from fellow WKC member Bmitch 'Elwood'
                Weber 22.5 Bar-B-Q Kettle '69-'70 "Patent Pending" Red ($80) from fellow WKC member dwnthehatch 'Maureen'
                Weber 22.5 OTS DD Code Black ($40 CL) 'DeeDee'
                Weber 22.5 OTS DO Code Black ($15 CL)
                Weber 22.5 OTS E Code Black ($20 CL
                Weber 22.5 OTS EE Code Black ($20 CL

                Weber "C" Code 18.5" WSM '81 ($50 CL) 8-0!!!
                Weber "H" Code 18.5" WSM '86 ($75 CL)
                Weber " " Code 18.5" WSM

                Weber 26.75, $199 NFM clearance !!!
                Weber SJS AH 'Lil' Brother'
                Weber SJS AT 'Lil' Sister'
                Weber SJS DE Code (FREE) 'Lil' Helper'
                Weber SJG M Code 'Lil Traveller'
                Weber SJS AH Code 'Kermit'
                (Lime Green)
                Horizon 20" Classic, w/baffle/tuning plate (FREE)
                Good One Open Range, (FREE), Monthly Prize from AR giveaway!!!!



                Thermometers:
                *********************************************
                Ol' Skool Bi-metal probe pocket thermo, that has checked / served ~ 1,000,000 meals in my possession, easily...
                Maverick ET-732, (Black)
                Thermopops, (Red, Yellow, Green)
                ThermaPen Mk4 (Black), THANKS!!! to jgjeske1
                Blue ThermaPen Mk4
                Orange Thermapen Mk4
                Pink Thermapen Mk4
                ThermoWorks IR-GUN-S
                ThermoWorks Smoke
                ThermoWorks Open Box Smoke
                4 Pro Series cable extensions
                Smoke Gateway

                Accessories:
                *********************************************
                2 Slow 'N Sears, Slow 'N Sear XL, Grill 'N Griddle
                BBQ Vortex, 2 Hovergrills, Top Deck
                Warming shelf
                MyWeigh KD-8000Kitchen Scale
                Backyard Grill marinade injector
                Acoustic Guitars/Electric Guitars/Basses/1928 National Duolian/Harmonicas/Banjo Washboard, Spoons, kazoos, pocket comb with wax paper, egg shakers ;-)
                Bear Paws
                Meat Rakes
                BBQ Dragon/Chimley of Insanity, Dragon Wing Shelves (x2 ea.)



                Cookware:
                Probably a ton of cast iron, mostly very old...still cookin'
                G'Ma's Piqua skillet, :-)( They went out of business in 1934~)
                '60's Revere Ware (Mom's), + others found elsewhere
                60's CorningWare 10-cup percolator (Mom's) Daily driver
                50's CorningWare 10-cup percolator (G'Ma's), for a backup! ;-)
                Carpy Wally World stock pots, in approx 2 gal/3gal sizes, blue speckledty-porcelain enameled
                Tramontina 6.5 qt Dutch Oven

                Cutlery, etc.:
                Shi*-ton of kitchen/chef knives, most sharper than my straight-razors are. (Better steel!) Chicago Cutlery, Old Hickory, various, including some nice German stuff ;-)
                Dexter 12" slicing knife, 6" Sani-Safe boning knife
                Smith's Tri-Hone Natural Arkansas Knife Sharpening System
                Multiple steels, from all over the planet
                Crock sticks
                Diamond stones, various
                Lansky Sharpening System

                Tableware
                Daily driver:Washington Forge Mardi Gras, Navy / Cobalt Blue
                Dinner: Guests: Washington Forge, Town and Country
                Fancy / Formal: Family silverware

              #38
              Fantastic Job, Brother!
              Thanks fer takin us all along on yer Test Drive, an I'm findin myself lookin forward to some more of yer shenanigans, as well...

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              • dmcannon99
                Club Member
                • Oct 2015
                • 5
                • Hanover Park, IL

                #39
                Today I tackled five racks of baby backs - which was easily handled by the Hasty Bake.

                Went with briquettes this time around, and it was much easier to deal with. I will have to experiment some more, as the temp after it settled sat at around 260, while I would have preferred something a little closer to 225. The picture is of two of the five racks, but they all looked pretty much the same. They're a little farther done than I prefer, but that's how the wife likes 'em.

                My next subject will likely be an 18 pound turkey I am currently thawing and will then brine. The first one was with lump - this next one will be with briquettes, as with the ribs.

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                • Craigar
                  Craigar commented
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                  Great looking ribs! There's nothing wrong with 260°, especially for ribs. I routinely cook at 265°-290° for ribs.
              • Ubetdoc
                Club Member
                • Jan 2016
                • 2

                #40
                Awesome!!!!

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                • MrMeat
                  Club Member
                  • Oct 2017
                  • 21
                  • Melbourne, FL

                  #41
                  Congratulations!! The HastyBake looks awesome!

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                  • Brownie
                    Club Member
                    • Feb 2019
                    • 10
                    • Cyrus, MN

                    #42
                    Congratulations on your big win!!

                    Comment

                    • dmcannon99
                      Club Member
                      • Oct 2015
                      • 5
                      • Hanover Park, IL

                      #43
                      OK, did an 18.5 pounder for Turkey Day, this time using the briquettes. This was a big bird and real fun to spatchcock, but I got it done and then brined for about 20 hours. Used a brining bucket set in a cooler, as I had no bags big enough to fit the bird. Once ready, I got it out and dried it up before oiling and using the famous Simon and Garfunkel rub (my wife's favorite poultry rub) to prep for the grilling.

                      To grill, I used hardwood briquettes and got the grill up to about 400, then loaded the bird. Once in the grill, I lowered the temp, which I then kept at about 300 or so for around 4.5 hours. Once the probe hit 157, I pulled the bird out and tented on the counter for about half an hour. I did use a small amount of pecan for smoking, which worked out fine...

                      The results? Oh, yeah. The breast came out tender and juicy, while the dark meat (my favorite...) was really good - juicy, flavorful, and just the right amount of smoke. It's taking a while to get used to this new piece of hardware, but I am liking the results more and more as I get used to it.

                      Below is the journey of the bird, from prep to table. First, straight from the brine, then after the rub. Next, fresh on the grill and then to the finished product after resting for half an hour. Lastly, some leg and thigh before carving along with half the breast sliced and ready:

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                      • rgburchett
                        Club Member
                        • Apr 2017
                        • 3

                        #44
                        congratulations!!! time to get the meat on the grill.
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                        • Mr. Bones
                          Birthday Hat Master
                          • Sep 2016
                          • 7871
                          • Kansas Territory
                          • Grills / Smokers
                            *********************************************

                            Kingsford 24" grill (Free) 'Billy'
                            Brinkmann Smoke n Grill
                            Oklahoma Joe Highland, gaskets, LavaLock baffle / tuning plate. 'Big Joe'
                            Weber 18" Kettle ($30 CL) 'Lil' Feller'
                            Weber Smokey Joe ($25 CL) 'Lil' Brother'
                            Weber 22.5 Master Touch '93 P Code Blue($85) from fellow WKC member Bmitch 'Elwood'
                            Weber 22.5 Bar-B-Q Kettle '69-'70 "Patent Pending" Red ($80) from fellow WKC member dwnthehatch 'Maureen'
                            Weber 22.5 OTS DD Code Black ($40 CL) 'DeeDee'
                            Weber 22.5 OTS DO Code Black ($15 CL)
                            Weber 22.5 OTS E Code Black ($20 CL
                            Weber 22.5 OTS EE Code Black ($20 CL

                            Weber "C" Code 18.5" WSM '81 ($50 CL) 8-0!!!
                            Weber "H" Code 18.5" WSM '86 ($75 CL)
                            Weber " " Code 18.5" WSM

                            Weber 26.75, $199 NFM clearance !!!
                            Weber SJS AH 'Lil' Brother'
                            Weber SJS AT 'Lil' Sister'
                            Weber SJS DE Code (FREE) 'Lil' Helper'
                            Weber SJG M Code 'Lil Traveller'
                            Weber SJS AH Code 'Kermit'
                            (Lime Green)
                            Horizon 20" Classic, w/baffle/tuning plate (FREE)
                            Good One Open Range, (FREE), Monthly Prize from AR giveaway!!!!



                            Thermometers:
                            *********************************************
                            Ol' Skool Bi-metal probe pocket thermo, that has checked / served ~ 1,000,000 meals in my possession, easily...
                            Maverick ET-732, (Black)
                            Thermopops, (Red, Yellow, Green)
                            ThermaPen Mk4 (Black), THANKS!!! to jgjeske1
                            Blue ThermaPen Mk4
                            Orange Thermapen Mk4
                            Pink Thermapen Mk4
                            ThermoWorks IR-GUN-S
                            ThermoWorks Smoke
                            ThermoWorks Open Box Smoke
                            4 Pro Series cable extensions
                            Smoke Gateway

                            Accessories:
                            *********************************************
                            2 Slow 'N Sears, Slow 'N Sear XL, Grill 'N Griddle
                            BBQ Vortex, 2 Hovergrills, Top Deck
                            Warming shelf
                            MyWeigh KD-8000Kitchen Scale
                            Backyard Grill marinade injector
                            Acoustic Guitars/Electric Guitars/Basses/1928 National Duolian/Harmonicas/Banjo Washboard, Spoons, kazoos, pocket comb with wax paper, egg shakers ;-)
                            Bear Paws
                            Meat Rakes
                            BBQ Dragon/Chimley of Insanity, Dragon Wing Shelves (x2 ea.)



                            Cookware:
                            Probably a ton of cast iron, mostly very old...still cookin'
                            G'Ma's Piqua skillet, :-)( They went out of business in 1934~)
                            '60's Revere Ware (Mom's), + others found elsewhere
                            60's CorningWare 10-cup percolator (Mom's) Daily driver
                            50's CorningWare 10-cup percolator (G'Ma's), for a backup! ;-)
                            Carpy Wally World stock pots, in approx 2 gal/3gal sizes, blue speckledty-porcelain enameled
                            Tramontina 6.5 qt Dutch Oven

                            Cutlery, etc.:
                            Shi*-ton of kitchen/chef knives, most sharper than my straight-razors are. (Better steel!) Chicago Cutlery, Old Hickory, various, including some nice German stuff ;-)
                            Dexter 12" slicing knife, 6" Sani-Safe boning knife
                            Smith's Tri-Hone Natural Arkansas Knife Sharpening System
                            Multiple steels, from all over the planet
                            Crock sticks
                            Diamond stones, various
                            Lansky Sharpening System

                            Tableware
                            Daily driver:Washington Forge Mardi Gras, Navy / Cobalt Blue
                            Dinner: Guests: Washington Forge, Town and Country
                            Fancy / Formal: Family silverware

                          #45
                          Fine Job, an many Thanks fer sharin!
                          Fer most things, I roll merrily along at bout 275°~ish...

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