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  • Guy
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    Yes that is true for all of us but you still have to work and practice what we learn. Obviously you have done that.

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  • Guy
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    The Burn, yessss, well deserved. Huskee good choice of reward.

  • Guy
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    TB that is great information and seems like it would be a lot of fun. I love my Votex.

  • Jon Solberg
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    hahahahaha... we got power tools for that.

  • The Burn
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    Owe it all to this site and the people on it.

  • The Burn
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    Thank you sir. I decided that I suffer from BSAD, Barbecue Seasonal Affective Disorder. I'm just not as happy when I can't cook outdoors.

    Thing about the bark - didn't oil the beef.
    Last edited by The Burn; March 5, 2015, 03:02 PM.

  • The Burn
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    Guy, wasn't all at the same time. Bacon first - only takes an hour to get a 2 1/2 lb slab to 150 when cooking in the 225-250 range. It came off and I put on the 2 chuck roasts. They're a little longer than the diameter of the Vortex, but since I was using a fuse/donut the end that wasn't over the Vortex wasn't over any direct heat. Threw the hamburger on while the chucks were cooking over an area of the donut that had already burned than moved it over the coals for a semi-sear and to melt the cheese. As soon as the chucks were done, I put the flat iron directly over the burning coals since it's a thin cut and cooks quickly.

    Temps weren't an issue. The donut/fuse with the Vortex works so well, and having my tarp up the rain wasn't an issue. Though when the outside temp started dropping I did put my thermofelt "cover" on the lid. There were some dips and then some spikes when the heat hit a wood chunk, but I'm happy within a 50 degree swing occasionally.

  • The Burn
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    Thanks Jon Solberg. I was thinking as I was chipping away at the ice around the wheels of my performer with a hatchet that I wasn't going to come visit you and ice fish :-)

  • The Burn
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    Thanks. It was like a spring day - no gloves, no hat, just a fleece pullover. Of course, right now we're in the middle of about an 8 inch snow day.

  • scorched_porch
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    Nicely done. A beautiful cook! Great ring on the chucks, awesome looking bacon. One of those cooks that keep you coming back. That Vortex is great.

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  • Huskee
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    The Burn Beautiful post, beautiful pics! Nicely done. Those chuckies have some PERFECT looking bark and ring.

    Pit Boss isn't online now to do this, so I will fill in.








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  • Guy
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    Very nice but how did you get all of that meat on one device? Not to mention hold the temps? Wow.

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  • MattBilling
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    Damn that all looks amazing!

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  • CurlingDog
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    Proper!

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  • Jon Solberg
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    NICE! WTG Man!

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