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    More beautiful stuff. I wish that at some point in my life I will have the time AND the money to do all these things. One or the other always seems to be missing. Thinking mostly about smoking here, of course.

    Stefan

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    A simple whole roast chicken - one of my favorite things. It's browner than the lighting will allow and skin is nice and crispy.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike9 View Post
    A simple whole roast chicken - one of my favorite things. It's browner than the lighting will allow and skin is nice and crispy.

    I sure hope you had that beautiful bird resting upon a bed of root vegetables to absorb all of the amazing juices, if not I say BLASPHEMER!!! All jokes aside, that looks tasty.
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    Feeling like the bargain shopper-some good sales for Christmas. Beef tenderloin roast, potato gratin, broccoli--for less per serving than going to McDonalds.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Lucretia View Post
    Feeling like the bargain shopper-some good sales for Christmas. Beef tenderloin roast, potato gratin, broccoli--for less per serving than going to McDonalds.


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    I like your style
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    My version of Christmas brisket, albeit a little different. 10 lb brisket, seasoned with pepper, kosher salt, and paprika, smoked with mesquite/oak (I ran out of mesquite so it's just a touch...sad face) for 14.5 hours in my BGE. Temps ranged from 207-228F in the BGE. I let it rest for 30 mins before slicing. Knife is a Misono Swedish steel 270mm gyuto with Adams rehandle many years ago.

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    Man, that looks tasty!

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    Too bad we don't live closer, we could trade some with each other! I am from PA, but more and more I think I should have been born in Texas.
    Jason

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    Nice looking brisket Jason! Looks like you have the BGE dialed in right where you want it.
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    Pass me a plate of that!

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