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Old 05-03-2020, 12:08 PM   #1
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I like the snake method for low and slow, or the charcoal baskets. Whatís your favorite methods ? Favorite charcoal? Post up pics of your setups and food !Name:  BB5811B6-DB6D-48F2-82C6-0687768B9980.jpeg
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Old 05-03-2020, 12:17 PM   #2
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All looks awesome... Can you please elaborate on the charcoal baskets? Any pics would be great...
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Old 05-03-2020, 12:34 PM   #5
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They are made by Webber. I use one opposite side of the meat, just add wood chunks as needed for smoke and to maintain temps
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Old 05-03-2020, 12:38 PM   #6
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Old 05-03-2020, 12:41 PM   #7
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ďThe Snake MethodĒ | Slow smoking on a Weber Kettle grill
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I just posted my snake method videos today! I love my Weber Kettle!


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Old 05-03-2020, 12:49 PM   #8
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They are made by Webber. I use one opposite side of the meat, just add wood chunks as needed for smoke and to maintain temps
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Thank you Sir.... I have a big pit/smoker but growing up all we used were the round webers...

During my college days a little joe cooked up some wonderful meals...

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Old 05-03-2020, 01:04 PM   #9
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Awesome thread! I have one and love it. I don't smoke much in it.
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Old 05-03-2020, 01:13 PM   #10
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Never heard of the snake method - fascinating! Thank you!
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Old 05-03-2020, 01:16 PM   #11
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I have an older Oklahoma joe thatís collecting dust. Once I learned how to smoke on the Weber, I never looked back. Itís so much easier and fun for me
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Old 05-03-2020, 01:36 PM   #12
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I’m a Weber addict myself, have a 26” kettle, Genesis gasser and the Smoky Mountain. I use the Smoky Mountain for low and slow smoking. Check out the Minion method, I can cook at 225 for around 12 hours that way.
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Big fan here. Iíve got the slow n sear and vortex and use both but probably SnS more.

Probably cook on mine 3-4 times a week. Typically just use Kingsford charcoal but like the BnB lump as well.

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Old 05-03-2020, 03:32 PM   #17
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Looks great, I want a slow n sear And a vortex. I need to sell my smoker so I can buy more toys lol
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Old 05-03-2020, 03:38 PM   #18
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Cheap meats today, Iím trying salt pork, wings, Peppers and pork ribeye
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Old 05-03-2020, 03:45 PM   #19
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Getting ready, charcoal basket over the propane igniter for 5 minutes, then put the basket where you want it. Put the drip pan in and the grill on then let it sit about 15 minutes. Then put the lid on and let it heat up, another 15-20 min. Add wood chunks and meat Name:  C6C79D8D-4411-4FC7-B0F3-B83CF9C5ABF1.jpeg
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I have never heard of smoking salt pork. That is something different. I've only used it to season beans.

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Old 05-03-2020, 04:44 PM   #21
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Itís a first for me, my store had no pork belly. Decided to try it out
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Old 05-03-2020, 04:46 PM   #22
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Time to eat. Pulled everything but the salt pork/ pork belly. Never tried it before, how long should it go ? Name:  B9C25611-5AD3-4B3B-89D5-BB88C47DB3EC.jpg
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Size:  124.5 KBSo smoked/bbq salt pork is not to
Good. Itís rendering out fat and oozing salt. After it cools
Off Iím going to cut it up
And freeze it. Should be real good in the next pot of beans I make
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Iíve Always been a grilling guy. Havenít done much smoke. Have a Webber and today I smoked a brisket using the snake method. Turned out great. Next time Iíll trim the brisket a little more.
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Looks good , I’m doing the same. Trim more of the fat off for the Weber verses a stick burner.
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Attachment 1002340So smoked/bbq salt pork is not to
Good. Itís rendering out fat and oozing salt. After it cools
Off Iím going to cut it up
And freeze it. Should be real good in the next pot of beans I make
What if you tried soaking your salt pork in water for, say, 24 hours next time before smoking? Or perhaps copy the method used for cooking a Country Ham...boil in water for a couple of hours before smoking. Both methods use reverse osmosis to leach the salt out of the meat. Could be wrong but donít see why it wouldnít work on salt pork, too.
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You guys made me hungry... not on a Webber but I will eat them just as well... pollo and ribs
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Although no pics, just got away from the diner table. Did a lg. Rack of spare ribs on the Kettle 22 today. Used the 3-2-1 method. Kings ford and mesquite, about 50/50. As far as smoking briskets, pork butts, turkey and the such, I just absolutely luv my Weber Smokey Mountain 18. Had it about 8 or nine years or so.......cC
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The Kettle is the best bang for the buck out there. Getting ready to throw some beef fajitas on in just a few minutes.


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Love my weber. If you haven't looked into a Slow n Sear - you should. It empowers the grill to do so much more.

I've got 2 racks of baby backs on right now using 3,2,1
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Post up the pics ! And yes the s n s is on my want list
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https://www.owensbbq.com/vortex.html

Got a Vortex in a few days ago. Used it for the first time for some chicken and poppers...ainít mad about it at all!!! Donít see me using the baskets that came with the Weber.
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Love my kettles! Rarely use my Oklahoma Joes smoker.










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You got a sweet setup , food looks great
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Thanks! You too. I typically grill at least twice a week.


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Man yall are some regular chef boyardee's

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Chicken on the kettle for this upcoming weeks lunches...


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I picked up a like new kettle for 25 bucks yesterday for the lake based on all the talk here. I wondered how you fellas did ribs on one and now I know. I may have to try this next weekend.

Never messed with charcoal much so its either gonna be great or a huge disaster.
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Old 09-14-2020, 12:18 PM   #49
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I picked up a like new kettle for 25 bucks yesterday for the lake based on all the talk here. I wondered how you fellas did ribs on one and now I know. I may have to try this next weekend.

Never messed with charcoal much so its either gonna be great or a huge disaster.

Awesome deal! Good luck, charcoal is easy easy once ya learn the basics. Indirect and snake method are two to definitely look up


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Old 09-14-2020, 12:29 PM   #50
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I use my slow and sear a lot. But I also have converted mine into a Kamado style cooker. I have a charcoal basket made out of expanded metal. The charcoal grate fits in the center. I fill it with charcoal and wood chunks. Light it in the center and then put a cheap pizza pan on top of it or a pizza stone. Also raised the cooking grate up with some brackets so you can put a drip pan on top of the pan or stone. Also added a Weber probe port so I can run my Thermaworks smoke on it. Works really good.
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