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  Topic: Ole time tip for cornbread
Catfish

Replies: 7
Views: 5724

PostForum: Other recipes   Posted: Mon Jun 26 17 3:20 am   Subject: Ole time tip for cornbread
Is there any other way to make corn bread?

We would just eat it as a snack. Laughing Laughing

Make hoe cakes. Instead of making it to bake, use a little less liquid and cook ot like pancakes. Make th ...
  Topic: Liners and fire bricks
Catfish

Replies: 4
Views: 2243

PostForum: Tech-Talk   Posted: Wed Oct 12 16 6:51 am   Subject: Liners and fire bricks
I've been lining my firebox for the last ten years (two different Langs). Not only does it save the bottom, but it also reduces the time to get to cooking temp. I started lining the warmer bottom last ...
  Topic: chicken cooking times?
Catfish

Replies: 6
Views: 9681

PostForum: Chicken Recipes   Posted: Fri May 13 16 5:15 am   Subject: chicken cooking times?
I like to smoke a little hotter, 275-300� and the meaty portion of the thigh to 170�, backside down or use the beer can method.

I'm with Jarhead on the temps. If I'm down at 225-250, the skin i ...
  Topic: Would you rent out your smoker?
Catfish

Replies: 18
Views: 3571

PostForum: General BBQ Discussion   Posted: Fri May 13 16 5:05 am   Subject: Would you rent out your smoker?
NO. I would stop ther but to back it up, a friend of Maine rented his Land 60 two times. The first time, the renters used it to smoke shrimp and fish and did not clean it out afterwards. It was summe ...
  Topic: Would you rent out your smoker?
Catfish

Replies: 18
Views: 3571

PostForum: General BBQ Discussion   Posted: Fri May 13 16 5:03 am   Subject: Would you rent out your smoker?
NO. I would stop ther but to back it up, a friend of Maine rented his Land 60 two times. The first time, the renters used it to smoke shrimp and fish and did not clean it out afterwards. It was summe ...
  Topic: Seasoned Hickory
Catfish

Replies: 11
Views: 3991

PostForum: Wood and Charcoal   Posted: Thu Feb 25 16 11:58 pm   Subject: Seasoned Hickory
If you are stacking on pallets and not covering the wood that is the problem. Get some of the silver tarps at Walmart and cover the top. Otherwise p, the wood will soak up water every time it rains an ...
  Topic: Smoking time and temp for chicken wings
Catfish

Replies: 4
Views: 6784

PostForum: Chicken Recipes   Posted: Thu Feb 11 16 10:16 pm   Subject: Smoking time and temp for chicken wings
the bbq restaurant i work at does them for 1.5 hours at 275 degrees

That's a good time and temp. Sometimes I even run them up to 300. I hate chewy skin and 275-300 will usually stop that from happ ...
  Topic: Smoking time and temp for chicken wings
Catfish

Replies: 4
Views: 6784

PostForum: Chicken Recipes   Posted: Thu Feb 11 16 8:23 am   Subject: Smoking time and temp for chicken wings
the bbq restaurant i work at does them for 1.5 hours at 275 degrees

That's a good time and temp. Sometimes I even run them up to 300. I hate chewy skin and 275-300 will usually stop that from happ ...
  Topic: Water Oak and Live Oak
Catfish

Replies: 4
Views: 1727

PostForum: Wood and Charcoal   Posted: Wed Feb 10 16 9:35 am   Subject: Water Oak and Live Oak
The live oak actually adds a milder flavor to the meat. Catches fire quickly (once seasoned) and hardly any smoke. The coastal and barrier island BBQ cookers use it almost exclusively because that's a ...
  Topic: Water Oak and Live Oak
Catfish

Replies: 4
Views: 1727

PostForum: Wood and Charcoal   Posted: Wed Feb 10 16 8:27 am   Subject: Water Oak and Live Oak
The live oak actually adds a milder flavor to the meat. Catches fire quickly (once seasoned) and hardly any smoke. The coastal and barrier island BBQ cookers use it almost exclusively because that's a ...
  Topic: Pignut Hickory ?
Catfish

Replies: 2
Views: 2265

PostForum: Wood and Charcoal   Posted: Wed Feb 10 16 5:28 am   Subject: Pignut Hickory ?
To me, it is a lighter and sweeter smoke. I have only had access to some twice and I liked it. It wasn't as harsh as shagbark hickory in my opinion.
  Topic: Water Oak and Live Oak
Catfish

Replies: 4
Views: 1727

PostForum: Wood and Charcoal   Posted: Wed Feb 10 16 5:26 am   Subject: Water Oak and Live Oak
Last year I had the opportunity to get some water oak and live oak and have really become a fan of both woods for slow smoking. I usually test my wood by using it in my Buck stove. After testing both ...
  Topic: Whole hog question
Catfish

Replies: 6
Views: 1379

PostForum: General BBQ Discussion   Posted: Tue Feb 09 16 3:46 am   Subject: Whole hog question
Cook the head, too. That's good meat and makes great Brunswick stew.
  Topic: Kitchen Knives - Need a new set: Update Purchased!
Catfish

Replies: 57
Views: 8532

PostForum: General BBQ Discussion   Posted: Tue Feb 09 16 2:37 am   Subject: Kitchen Knives - Need a new set: Update Purchased!
Henkels are great knives as well and you made the right call by checking them and going with what is comfortable for you. That's why I won't buy a knife without holding it first.
  Topic: Kitchen Knives - Need a new set: Update Purchased!
Catfish

Replies: 57
Views: 8532

PostForum: General BBQ Discussion   Posted: Sat Feb 06 16 8:56 am   Subject: Kitchen Knives - Need a new set: Update Purchased!
I have five Wustof knives and they are the best investment I have made for food prep. I went with the Classic 8" Chef's Knife, Classic 4 1/2 " paring, Classic 6" Curved Boning Knife, ...
  Topic: cooking wood vs smoking wood
Catfish

Replies: 6
Views: 6859

PostForum: Smoked Foods   Posted: Sat Feb 06 16 8:43 am   Subject: cooking wood vs smoking wood
The Red Barn on St Simon's Island, GA, cooks steaks and other meat directly over oak and it tastes great. When using wood for cooking, as stated above, it has to be a hot fire or hot coals from the wo ...
  Topic: Looking for good pulled pork recipe
Catfish

Replies: 2
Views: 2920

PostForum: Smoked Foods   Posted: Sat Feb 06 16 8:29 am   Subject: Looking for good pulled pork recipe
I have done up to 40 butts on my Lang 80. Since they don't all come off at once, I use a deep disposable aluminum pan and put two sheets of heavy duty aluminum foil (each long enough to wrap a butt) i ...
  Topic: Insulate a Reverse Flow Firebox....
Catfish

Replies: 6
Views: 3635

PostForum: Tech-Talk   Posted: Wed Dec 09 15 7:57 am   Subject: Insulate a Reverse Flow Firebox....
For the bottom, I put in firebrick and that really helped. Plus, it keeps the hot coals off the bottom steel. Ash is very acidic and with cause a rust through in the firebox.


Dry ash is not ac ...
  Topic: Lang vs Yoder
Catfish

Replies: 9
Views: 2394

PostForum: Cookers   Posted: Fri Dec 04 15 6:06 am   Subject: Lang vs Yoder
I have a Lang 84 and two of my friends have the Lang 36 patio units. They both really like their Langs and I moved from a Lang 60 to an 84 so I have had two and have really enjoyed cooking on both. I' ...
  Topic: Insulate a Reverse Flow Firebox....
Catfish

Replies: 6
Views: 3635

PostForum: Tech-Talk   Posted: Fri Dec 04 15 6:01 am   Subject: Insulate a Reverse Flow Firebox....
For the bottom, I put in firebrick and that really helped. Plus, it keeps the hot coals off the bottom steel. Ash is very acidic and with cause a rust through in the firebox.
 
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