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Just arrived today...

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Lol, maybe I should order one just to see what the guys in the mail room think about that box showing up to the office
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Smoking Sunday... time to try out the new smoker. Baby Back adn St. Louis style ribs and a nice pork butt. All rubbed and resting until the early morning. Ill post the followup pics.

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Worked like a charm...

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Looks great, congrats.
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Back side had already received rub. Just got these all stuffed into the smoker...barely.

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Impressive amount of pig
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They were so good. Three hours at 275 in the smoker where I used cherry and hickory. Put the whole pile into a big hotel pan, drizzled my my finishing sauce (butter, hot sauce, ketchup, clamato juice) over them, covered the top with foil and in the over at 200 degrres for 2.5 hours. So tender and smoky.
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When you guys cook raw sausages, do you blanch/cook them in water for some time beforehand or do you put them directly in the pan (on the grill)?
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They are by far the best on a grill. If you must cook them in a pan then yea, add a bit of water, cover up the pan and let them cook like that for a bit, then add some butter and crisp up the casings.
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This a great instructional site:

http://www.howtobbqright.com/index.html

I'm using it tonight for pork butt. I can't wait to notice the difference in using an injector. The meat swelled up like crazy when I was using it. I already made the mistake of adding smoke after the internal temp was 160, which is said to dry the meat out and cause a bitter flavor. We will see.
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Are any of the meat grinder/sausage stuffing attachments for KitchenAid mixers worth buying? The KitchenAid brand ones seem kind of cheap and mostly plastic and the nicer metal ones are pretty expensive. Does anyone have any experience with them or have other recommendations?
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Just ebayed up a vintage #10 grinder so I should be joining this thread's ranks soon!

Need to get a stuffing tube and might have to buy another plate or two depending on what size it comes with, but hopefully it is in good shape
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