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    #16
    Here they are. My first brisket cook on the Broil King Keg. No idea what I was doing. What temp to cook it too or anything like that.
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    I also thought simply cutting off burnt ends of a over cooked brisket meant that I made burnt ends. This was my first cook on my PBC back in 2014.


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    • Panhead John
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      “ I also thought simply cutting off burnt ends of a over cooked brisket meant that I made burnt ends. This was my first cook on my PBC back in 2014.”
      That’s not how you do it?
      🤣

    #17
    I’m just wondering why Richard Chrz isn’t sharing pics of one of his early cooks? 🧐 One in particular comes to mind. 😉

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    • Richard Chrz
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      BecauseI did not want to take anything away or confuse people if they were looking they were your daily cooks. 😜
      Last edited by Richard Chrz; July 19, 2021, 11:46 AM.

    #18
    well, looking for "first cooking picture" pulled up a couple other firsts, figured I'd share 'em


    This is, as far as I can tell, the first picture I ever took of one of my cigars.
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    This is definitely Jordan's first fishing trip and first fish she caught entirely herself .... plus her brother photo bombing her. Not quite sure where Karyn is at
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    This is the first picture I can find of food that I cooked. This is in January, 2011
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    First picture I can find of anything from grill or smoker ..... I was still cooking on a COS at this point
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    Here you go, first picture ever of the Hasty-Bake
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    • Troutman
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      So you started smoking cigars when you were like 9? Wow that is original

      Love that plate of food and the ribs look amazing.

    • ecowper
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      LOL Troutman .... funny, but I actually smoked my first cigar at 12. True story, my grandfather thought he would get me sick with one and keep me from ever smoking. I liked it, smoked the whole thing and it's been downhill ever since.

      As far as those ribs go, I had that COS (a CharGrill) dialed in pretty good for ribs and pork butt. Tended to overcook tri-tip on it and the couple briskets I did came out pretty badly.

    #19
    First one I see in my photo roll, from 2014. I had a propane and electric smoker before this, but don't see any pics from cooking on either of those.
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    • Troutman
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      Not too shabby !!

    • ecowper
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      I think PJ stole your plate design

    • Panhead John
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      Did you actually think any of mine were original?

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      #21
      And I found the earliest picture I have of Karyn (she of "Cooking for a rodeo" fame) helping me BBQ. 10 years later she has her own kettle+sns and is turning out great Q all on her own

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        #22
        So these are my firsts, and just before joining here in 2019, (brisket flat, pork shoulder, ribs, and a piece of corned beef that I did in pastrami). Except the bread, that was my first loaf, in July of 2019.


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        • Troutman
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          Oh the bread !!!!

        #23
        I think these are the oldest pictures of cooks on the new PBC in August 2014. First ribs, and chickens and tri-tips(?). That PBC (R.I.P. 2021) looks pretty clean in those first smokes.
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          #24
          A'ight...far back as I have on this HDD. 27JUN13 - Gutted Sunbeam gasser, converted to charcoal, an wood...Homemade 3# coffee can chimley...
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          Weber 26.75", minus a hoof an a lid handle, dragged home from th curb...SCORE!!!!
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          Then came th neighbour's discarded Kingsford 24", an a CL score on a Brinkmann Gourmet... WOOT!!!
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            #25
            In the days of still getting used to my PBC and realizing that I need a better thermometer. I give you smoked undercooked chicken and ribs. I didn't happen to get a picture of the bucket of KFC we ended up eating for dinner that night. It was truly finger-licking good.

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            • ecowper
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              Oh dear, I’ve had those nights. Thank goodness I have no pictures, just the memories

            • Troutman
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              I actually like this. First, you're big enough to admit the mistake, second you share your learning curve (which is of value) and finally you've discovered a solution to your problem. Good work !!!

            • latenight71
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              I needed photo proof to remind myself - Never again! I learnt alright. only minor failures since these. got better? not really. got better equipment? yes, I did, Sir!

            #26
            Not sure if this counts, I obviously don't remember... but I'm pretty sure there was a BBQ this day... and as such I was working on my entertaining skills while the grill did it's thing?






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            • Panhead John
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              You’re lucky man! My parents wouldn’t let me drink till I was 6.

            • ItsAllGoneToTheDogs
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              Panhead John that's absolute child abuse, mine gave me rum and vodka from the day I cut my first tooth

            • Mr. Bones
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              Doc tol me JD, when my bouncin baby boy started teethin...had tried Anbesol, an it made me scream, same away as th baby!!!

            #27
            The first pic I think I posted on AR. It ain’t food but don’t stress about it.

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            First food pic I could find on my phone.

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              #28
              Various Yardbird parts, some Jalapeño Cheddar Brats, an th beginnins of some Homegrowed Salsa... 15SEP13

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              • Troutman
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                I'll take some sausage please

              #29
              15SEP16
              Kingsford 24" exhibits some slight signs of leakage LOL

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                #30
                Cajun Turkey Seasonin, 01DEC13
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                Cajun Turkey 02DEC13
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                • Troutman
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                  That's a tasty looking bird.

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