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    What are you smoking/grilling/cooking this weekend?

    Butt, ribs and brisket in the smoker. Chickens on the rotisserie. I'll start the smoker at midnight tonight with the butt and brisket. The ribs will go on in the morning and the chickens will go on the spit about 2 hours before we eat

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    Hot Dogs and Hamburgers.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bubber View Post
    Butt, ribs and brisket in the smoker. Chickens on the rotisserie. I'll start the smoker at midnight tonight with the butt and brisket. The ribs will go on in the morning and the chickens will go on the spit about 2 hours before we eat
    That looks and sounds great.....What time are we eating....i'll need to plan ahead since its about a 12 hour drive.....

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    Nothing, at least for Saturday and Sunday. The cooking will be done for me. Menu for Monday is undecided. I need to get invited somewhere that I don't have to cook.
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    Put 2 pork butts for Sunday in the smoker at 2AM this morning

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    The only thing I'll be smoking this weekend is the tires as I'm burning up interstate. Nothing like spending 12 hours in the car on holiday weekend. Hope all you enjoy what you are cooking.
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    At this very moment there are no plans to grill/smoke any thing that is food related. We'll be eating left-overs. Maybe one of the kids will bring something over for us to eat that doesn't require grilling/smoking. Wife says we'll have corn on the cob this week-end from our garden.
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    Got a nice slab of fresh halibut to grill over the fire pit. I'll be sitting in the shade with a cooler of hard cider making sure my frat-boy neighbor doesn't get crazy with the fireworks and light my hay field on fire. He just became a father and has stopped washing his Mercedes every week. I think these are good signs for a calmer 4th.
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    Smoker Temp - 217
    Meat Temp - 129

    I'm settling in for a long smoke. I'll be pushing the brisket and butt to 200 degrees internal temp. We are 2 and a half hours in so far. I anticipate a long stall at 160, so I'm ready for it.

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    Think I'll grab some ribs for a Sunday eve fireworks show.


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