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    How to reverse sear a hot dog

    I'm sure that someone is going to find this useful! Especially if you have a Weber Ranch Kettle!

    Weber Ranch Kettle vs Weber 26 kettle (vs 1 Hot Dog) - YouTube

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    I'm sure that this is something that JoeSousa needs to see!

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      #3
      I feel like we need to see a single hot dog with 4-5 probes in on one of those massive propane tank smokers now. Just so we can measure the temp of the dog from end to end. Cuz you know, that makes a difference.

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        #4
        Well that’s 10 minutes of my life I will never get back. 🙄🤣

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        • ecowper
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          Panhead John that's evil

        • glitchy
          glitchy commented
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          Panhead John Well as it’s hot dog related again, I’m not even gonna read the thread. DOH, too late 😢 But I ain’t watching the video…because I think I’ve already wasted the time to watch it a while back.

        • CaptainMike
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          Yeah, I got about 1/4 way through it, yyyyaaaaaawwwwwnnnnnn.......

        #5
        I should have stopped at hot dog.....

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          #6
          Most important thing is to split the ends.

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            #7
            Buuut...do you use thermometer probes like *I* do when cooking the delicacy that is hot dogs? (For Panhead John )

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            • Panhead John
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              Only a rookie would dare not, to use probes. The horror!

            • Uncle Bob
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              It's best to use a Meater so that wires don't interfere with the constant flipping it takes for the perfect sear.

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            Huskee because I had the time. Lol
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            • Panhead John
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              I do too!…. Except, the end of the probe is sticking thru the outside of his wiener. (damn, I bet that hurt)

            • Sweaty Paul
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              Love this!

            • wu7y
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              In a previous life I spent about a year and a half in Taiwan. I saw doctors' offices displaying photos in their front windows related to their type of medical practice. There were a few pictures like this in downtown Taipei medical offices - probably urologists. You don't want to know about the proctologists' photos.

            #9
            I love Babyback Maniac's videos. This is probably his most silly one I've seen. Most are both informative and entertaining.

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              #10
              OH Boy, another Hot Dog Thread has been started.
              Spam Hot Dogs, or Why You Should Stop Worrying and Love Spam



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                #11
                Searin a hot dog is no problemo...kinda busy with th throttle, an such; somebody wanna hand me a skewer, an a couple wienies, please??

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                • bbqLuv
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                  Do ya even know what that is? I do not and am afraid to ask.

                • Mr. Bones
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                  Yup.
                  I actually do.
                  Pratt an Whitney J58 on a test stand.

                  An it appears ya weren't too danged awful, all-fired askeert to ask, on accounta ya done went ahead, an done did jus that lol!

                  Have a PBR on me, Brother!

                  bbqLuv
                  Last edited by Mr. Bones; November 9, 2021, 07:22 PM.

                • ecowper
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                  bbqLuv you should have seen the turbine engine from an M1 tank on the ground being tested by mechanics

                #12
                Mr. Bones I may have done something similar …. The M1 turbine exhaust is about 500F at the louvers :-) … not that I’m admitting I did any such thing that was against all sorts of regulations and stuff.

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                • Mr. Bones
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                  Yeah, it would look bad to our subordinates, etc., if'n we NCO's was to blatantly disobey any Rules or Regulations...

                  However, I've always found, they'll overlook it all, even fergive me, if'n I come up with fresh hot chow, alcohol, or...

                #13
                I never thought about slicing a hot dog against the grain, wow! What a game changer!

                But really, try deep frying a dog. Make some cuts, immerse it. Darned good!

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                • Red Man
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                  The only thing more important than slicing a hot dog across the grain is using a leave in probe when cooking.

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