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Old 20 Jul 21, 09:13 PM  
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Hey yorkshiret what's the address of the pig farmers farm shop. Of it's not a million miles I might pop in. PM me if it's too close to home (if you don't mind).
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Cherry Glazed smoked ham today, cooked 100% over hickory wood over a 6hour slow cook on the broilking Smoke XL offset

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Hey yorkshiret what's the address of the pig farmers farm shop. Of it's not a million miles I might pop in. PM me if it's too close to home (if you don't mind).
Sorry havenít been on the thread for a month and totally missed this. Have PMíd.
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Cherry Glazed smoked ham today, cooked 100% over hickory wood over a 6hour slow cook on the broilking Smoke XL offset

Looked excellent.

Iím doing a cheapo Aldi rolled brisket tomorrow I bought on a whim when buying some bread. Wish me luck!
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Iíve had the rolled Aldi brisket on since 11.
Finally also got around to fitting my old BBQ Guru Party Q fan temperature controller to the Weber Summit. I originally had this on my Weber Smokey Mountain which is nowhere near as efficient and stable as a Summit.
This basically is a computer controlled fan, with a temperature probe that measures the grill temps. It then switches the fan on and off to maintain temps.
The Summit is extremely stable anyway, but periodical tweaking is required to the vents as wind picks up, you hit an unusual piece of charcoal etc.
I have to say, the fan on the Summit is extraordinary. It keeps it to the exact degree, just set and forget. No monitoring required. Even more accurate than your oven inside.
Wish Iíd fitted it earlier. Great for those 8+ hour low and slow smokes.

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two weekends camping, a few more BBQ opportunities. didnt take many photos this time though, but heres a few bits of meat for y'all






just a tip, tesco do some nice cheese top rolls now. they are square, a bit ciabatta style, but they are my new go-to burger buns. you can fit two of my patties in, along with bacon, cheese, lettuce, pickles, etc, and they dont collapse on you whilst eating!

i like to make ~100g patties rather than quarter pounders (nearer 125g) as they cook quicker and are good for smash style burgers
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two weekends camping, a few more BBQ opportunities. didnt take many photos this time though, but heres a few bits of meat for y'all






just a tip, tesco do some nice cheese top rolls now. they are square, a bit ciabatta style, but they are my new go-to burger buns. you can fit two of my patties in, along with bacon, cheese, lettuce, pickles, etc, and they dont collapse on you whilst eating!

i like to make ~100g patties rather than quarter pounders (nearer 125g) as they cook quicker and are good for smash style burgers
Whatís that you were grilling on the chimney starter- steaks?
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Whatís that you were grilling on the chimney starter- steaks?
Yeah, couple of minutes per side until done to the desired internal temp, then when steaks are done, chick the coals onto the actual BBQ for everything else
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