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Old 03-31-2011, 04:05 PM
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The Brinkman looks like it will work without cutting anything. It has 3 seperate grates. With one grate removed it looks like you could get at least 3 beer can chickens on there. They also might be able to be cooked in the fire box.
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Old 03-31-2011, 05:32 PM
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BINGO - - that's perfect - - so did you get it?
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Not yet but I am itching.
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Now there are links on top of the page for beer can chicken cookers.
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?????????? don't understand

I gotz da "Jacks Ribs" on da pit and dey is looookin' mighty goooood - - gonna smear some Sweet Baby Ray's on them in a jiffy.

My Arkansas Wiffy done whooped up a pot'o Lima Beans "Razorback Style" and it won't be long a'fore it'll be time to chow down.
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Next week I plan on doing some ribs. That apple juice, brown sugar and soy sauce glaze is the bomb.
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I'm fuller that a tick after this !



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Ok Wretched, you got me back for the pictures I posted of the Boiling Crab
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Now I can only think about ribs.
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Ain't nuttin' wrong with that is there?
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Ain't nuttin' wrong with that is there?
Nothing at all but it was eaten last year. I have the rib craving now. I plan to cook the ribs the same way except some of them are going to get the glaze at the end. I used the same rub on the beer can chicken as those ribs

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Anybody got a good "London Broil" recipe?
I have only used them to make Jerky with
but I thought I'd try something different, if
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any of you guys had a honky hangi?? its food cooked in a drum and steamed like the maori people used to cook their food here.Its a lazy mans hangi as you dont have to dig a big pit and light a huge fire.I run a double burner under mine with 2 levels of food.There is a 2mm hole about 4 inches from the bottom which squirts out surplus liquids, and there is plenty that come out.My bottom rack is leg of lamb, rolled roast pork,pork belly and 3 chickens, next rack is all veges.You aint tasted nothing til you tried this food, it melts in ya mouth.I do 1 every year for friends and neighbours, always get a full turnout.The drum is a 44 gall drum modified with a pressure seal lid and ratchet lever held.

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I have to pass on the Brinkman smoker. I was looking at them at the HD and the box said made in China. I was able to make some of the beer can chicken on a gas grill. I had 2 of them on there and had room for more. It turned out the same way as it did on the Weber. I used a pan instead of a skillet.
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