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  • Soapbox2627 Posts: 3355
    Whyalla South Australia
    Forum Legend Soapbox2627
    21 Aug 2018 01:00 AM
    in my spare time, I like to slave over a hot BBQ, this is fun to me
    3 hours smoking
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    4 hours wrapped
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    2 hours out of the heat, resting wrapped in blankets before cutting
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    take another hour to light the fire to heat up the BBQ, can be a long day but worth every minute
  • rodders Posts: 5829
    Victoria
    Forum Legend rodders
    21 Aug 2018 07:06 AM
    That looks finger lickin good.
    Must be low heat for it to be in so long. 
    I can't see any snags there Soapy. Gotta have a few sausages on the bbq.
  • bloodog Posts: 1462
    Alice Springs NT
    Performance Poster bloodog
    21 Aug 2018 07:31 AM
    Soap that looks incredible 
    can I ask, it looks well cooked on the inside, then rare for 10mm then well cooked on the out side how dose this work 
  • imoo6170 Posts: 612
    Sydney
    Performance Poster imoo6170
    21 Aug 2018 10:45 AM
    Quoting bloodog on 21 Aug 2018 07:31 AM
    Soap that looks incredible 
    can I ask, it looks well cooked on the inside, then rare for 10mm then well cooked on the out side how dose this work 
    Great question - I thought I was seeing things when I looked that the pictures !!
  • Soapbox2627 Posts: 3355
    Whyalla South Australia
    Forum Legend Soapbox2627
    21 Aug 2018 11:33 AM
    Quoting bloodog on 21 Aug 2018 07:31 AM
    Soap that looks incredible 
    can I ask, it looks well cooked on the inside, then rare for 10mm then well cooked on the out side how dose this work 
    Quoting imoo6170 on 21 Aug 2018 10:45 AM
    Great question - I thought I was seeing things when I looked that the pictures !!
    Cooking "low and slow" is said to be key in the development of a smoke ring. This methodology, often cooking at temperatures under 225 degrees F for long periods of time, allows smoke to penetrate the meat and react with the myoglobin before the temperature causes a reaction with it causing it to darken.

    couple sausages from two weeks ago, they also get a red ring

    Beef
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    6 honey sausages and 8 garlic and herbs
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  • paulybronco Posts: 11948
    Forum Legend paulybronco
    21 Aug 2018 11:58 AM
    Your going to get a invite to my island with skills like that, in fact once you switch to xxxx we may even call you a QLDER!
  • bloodog Posts: 1462
    Alice Springs NT
    Performance Poster bloodog
    21 Aug 2018 03:49 PM
    Quoting bloodog on 21 Aug 2018 07:31 AM
    Soap that looks incredible 
    can I ask, it looks well cooked on the inside, then rare for 10mm then well cooked on the out side how dose this work 
    Quoting imoo6170 on 21 Aug 2018 10:45 AM
    Great question - I thought I was seeing things when I looked that the pictures !!
    Quoting Soapbox2627 on 21 Aug 2018 11:33 AM
    Cooking "low and slow" is said to be key in the development of a smoke ring. This methodology, often cooking at temperatures under 225 degrees F for long periods of time, allows smoke to penetrate the meat and react with the myoglobin before the temperature causes a reaction with it causing it to darken.

    couple sausages from two weeks ago, they also get a red ring

    Beef
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    6 honey sausages and 8 garlic and herbs
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    good answer soap
    Im getting one this is awesome thanks heaps 
    myoglobin word of the day
  • Aunty X Posts: 433
    Sunshine Coast QLD
    Stage 1 Poster Aunty X
    21 Aug 2018 04:55 PM
    What was the final internal temp of the meat? I get mine to about 205. Ribs look awesome. Great smoke rings on all meat.
    I use a combination of pecan and hickory on my beef. Pecan for fish. Smoked swordfish is my preferred fish, but i'm willing to try other suggestions.
  • dyna13 Posts: 176
    Stock Poster dyna13
    21 Aug 2018 05:12 PM
    Quoting Soapbox2627 on 21 Aug 2018 01:00 AM
    in my spare time, I like to slave over a hot BBQ, this is fun to me
    3 hours smoking
    HD Forums Australia - IMG_1141.jpg

    4 hours wrapped
    HD Forums Australia - IMG_1142.jpg

    2 hours out of the heat, resting wrapped in blankets before cutting
    HD Forums Australia - IMG_1145.jpg

    HD Forums Australia - IMG_1146.jpg

    take another hour to light the fire to heat up the BBQ, can be a long day but worth every minute
    hell ya on my way round

  • bloodog Posts: 1462
    Alice Springs NT
    Performance Poster bloodog
    21 Aug 2018 06:41 PM
    Quoting paulybronco on 21 Aug 2018 11:58 AM
    Your going to get a invite to my island with skills like that, in fact once you switch to xxxx we may even call you a QLDER!
    Tried that 4x one day ..... well we filled a glass with half water and beer but not to our liking thanks 
    maybe you have a lot of rain fall into your glass 

  • See you NT Posts: 147
    Darwin
    Stock Poster See you NT
    21 Aug 2018 06:58 PM
    I Love cooking up a feast in the Weber!



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    Snake set up for cooking ‘low and slow’ in the Weber.



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    Beef ribs.



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    Leg of lamb and Atomic Buffalo Turds. (Google it!) Forgot to take a finished pic.




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    Slow smoked Chuck roast.




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    Home made Pastrami from corned beef.

    Not very good pics, but you get the idea.
  • Soapbox2627 Posts: 3355
    Whyalla South Australia
    Forum Legend Soapbox2627
    21 Aug 2018 11:31 PM
    I have never used one (thermometer) looks cooked, must be
    I have asked questions and read smoking forums, they use a lot of "times" but referance temp

    Pauly, I was born in Queensland
  • Sparra Posts: 1981
    Motor Head Sparra
    22 Aug 2018 06:23 AM
    Quoting Soapbox2627 on 21 Aug 2018 01:00 AM
    in my spare time, I like to slave over a hot BBQ, this is fun to me
    3 hours smoking
    HD Forums Australia - IMG_1141.jpg

    4 hours wrapped
    HD Forums Australia - IMG_1142.jpg

    2 hours out of the heat, resting wrapped in blankets before cutting
    HD Forums Australia - IMG_1145.jpg

    HD Forums Australia - IMG_1146.jpg

    take another hour to light the fire to heat up the BBQ, can be a long day but worth every minute
    2 hours resting out of the heat at the end,how do you re-heat it when it's time to eat?
  • See you NT Posts: 147
    Darwin
    Stock Poster See you NT
    22 Aug 2018 08:21 PM
    Quoting Soapbox2627 on 21 Aug 2018 01:00 AM
    in my spare time, I like to slave over a hot BBQ, this is fun to me
    3 hours smoking
    HD Forums Australia - IMG_1141.jpg

    4 hours wrapped
    HD Forums Australia - IMG_1142.jpg

    2 hours out of the heat, resting wrapped in blankets before cutting
    HD Forums Australia - IMG_1145.jpg

    HD Forums Australia - IMG_1146.jpg

    take another hour to light the fire to heat up the BBQ, can be a long day but worth every minute
    Quoting Sparra on 22 Aug 2018 06:23 AM
    2 hours resting out of the heat at the end,how do you re-heat it when it's time to eat?
    If you wrap it in foil, then towels and chuck it in an esky, it will stay warm for hours.
  • See you NT Posts: 147
    Darwin
    Stock Poster See you NT
    22 Aug 2018 08:24 PM
    Quoting Soapbox2627 on 21 Aug 2018 11:31 PMedited: 21 Aug 2018 11:32 PM
    I have never used one (thermometer) looks cooked, must be
    I have asked questions and read smoking forums, they use a lot of "times" but referance temp

    Pauly, I was born in Queensland
    The thermometers are definitely worth it, takes out all the guesswork. People say they don’t need them, but better to get it guaranteed perfect I reckon. All the bbq gurus use them. Must be for a reason, and I’m not afraid to admit I’ve gone too early/late on cooks before and haven’t got the results I desired.
  • Soapbox2627 Posts: 3355
    Whyalla South Australia
    Forum Legend Soapbox2627
    23 Aug 2018 12:14 AM
    Quoting Soapbox2627 on 21 Aug 2018 01:00 AM
    in my spare time, I like to slave over a hot BBQ, this is fun to me
    3 hours smoking
    HD Forums Australia - IMG_1141.jpg

    4 hours wrapped
    HD Forums Australia - IMG_1142.jpg

    2 hours out of the heat, resting wrapped in blankets before cutting
    HD Forums Australia - IMG_1145.jpg

    HD Forums Australia - IMG_1146.jpg

    take another hour to light the fire to heat up the BBQ, can be a long day but worth every minute
    Quoting Sparra on 22 Aug 2018 06:23 AM
    2 hours resting out of the heat at the end,how do you re-heat it when it's time to eat?
    Quoting See you NT on 22 Aug 2018 08:21 PM
    If you wrap it in foil, then towels and chuck it in an esky, it will stay warm for hours.
    that is what I do, I leave it in the foil and I use towels,

    I have hinted to the daughter that fathers day is fast approaching, a digital thermometer with dual probes would be good
    there is a couple ports in my smoker for them to enter
  • Soapbox2627 Posts: 3355
    Whyalla South Australia
    Forum Legend Soapbox2627
    27 Aug 2018 05:54 PM
    Some chook and some pork

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  • dyna13 Posts: 176
    Stock Poster dyna13
    27 Aug 2018 06:04 PM
    Quoting Soapbox2627 on 27 Aug 2018 05:54 PM
    Some chook and some pork

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    Stop it Soapbox your killing me and the misses (  drooling )
  • bloodog Posts: 1462
    Alice Springs NT
    Performance Poster bloodog
    27 Aug 2018 06:25 PM
    Quoting Soapbox2627 on 27 Aug 2018 05:54 PM
    Some chook and some pork

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    Quoting dyna13 on 27 Aug 2018 06:04 PM
    Stop it Soapbox your killing me and the misses (  drooling )
    +1
  • See you NT Posts: 147
    Darwin
    Stock Poster See you NT
    27 Aug 2018 06:38 PM
    Quoting Soapbox2627 on 27 Aug 2018 05:54 PM
    Some chook and some pork

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    Only one problem with that. You shouldn’t be tainting good whiskey with coke!
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