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Re: A tiny pellet smoker deserving of a Nobel Prize [Re: BillyVanWard] #13740036 10/22/20 06:26 PM
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Originally Posted by BillyVanWard


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Combined with a white Alabama-style BBQ sauce/dip, this is one of the best things I've ever eaten.


Given that these wings were made by you, Iā€™m probably not the only person that finds your assessment of them shocking.

Re: A tiny pellet smoker deserving of a Nobel Prize [Re: BillyVanWard] #13740051 10/22/20 06:39 PM
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Originally Posted by BillyVanWard
I got one of these things a while back and liked it so much I bought 20 of 'em on a larf. Been handing 'em out to friends and, really, anyone who sufficiently impresses me. Gave one to a waiter the other day after talking BBQ with him. Suffice it to say he was surprised.

https://countrysmokers.com/grills/CS150PPG

It works impressively well and after over 100 days of hard use is still going strong. It holds a decent sized pork shoulder or enough ribs to feed 4 normal people. I've gotten into mesquite smoking lamb ribs after trying some at the legendary Jack Stack BBQ in KC (I think that was hickory, tho) and wolfing 'em down either straight up or adding to a green chile or adobo stew. I've never had meat so tender, flavorful, and succulent. I'm plenty fine with pork, but the lamb blows it clean out of the water.

Considering how much money it's saved me now that I almost never patronize others' BBQ, I'm still way ahead of the game even after giving away a bunch of 'em. The $10 big bags of pellets from Thugmart work great with it. Power use is almost nil after initial ignition, which can be done manually if power is an issue.

I love ribeyes, so I'll get that thing smoking real good at low heat, hammer the steaks for a half hour or so, and finish up in a near red-hot cast iron skillet. The result is so good it defies description.

Lock the buckles, grab the handle, and it transports with delightful ease. I drive an overland expedition vehicle that was once my favorite machine on Earth. This little smoker has booted it from the throne at about 1/225th of the cost. All hail the new king!

Any interest in trading one of those for a Rtic Soft Pack 40 Can Cooler, Kanati Camo full of beer?
https://rticoutdoors.com/shop/coole...GO856wEBq4HhBXsSEor3fO7cg9IaAl8lEALw_wcB

Re: A tiny pellet smoker deserving of a Nobel Prize [Re: BillyVanWard] #13740095 10/22/20 07:10 PM
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Originally Posted by BillyVanWard
I love reading replies borne of threatened indignation. It's odd how trying to inspire people to truly live well often so rankles our rubes.

Know that a great life is within the grasp of most of us. Just gotta have imagination and ATTITUDE.


you my man
have something to offer

don't listen to The Haters
& i know you don't need it
but
i will back you in any BBQ challenge you want to make

Re: A tiny pellet smoker deserving of a Nobel Prize [Re: BillyVanWard] #13740108 10/22/20 07:16 PM
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Originally Posted by BillyVanWard
Here, put this in yer pipe an', er, smoke it.

Lamb ribs so good that it would make Myron hisself slap his mama.....AFTER caving her skull in with a fencepost at the tail end of a 50 foot full sprint running start. T'was a turr'ble crime. Turr'ble, I tells ya. Few things are as chilling as an exceptionally-depraved, ultra-gory, lamb rib-fueled act of matricide.

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Now, if you'll excuse me, I'm gonna go look up who this Myron is. I assume he's some sort of BBQ person.


fabulous
i would be honored to beat Myron
with a fencepost
for 1 of those ribs

Re: A tiny pellet smoker deserving of a Nobel Prize [Re: Sawhorse] #13741348 10/23/20 06:00 PM
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Originally Posted by BillyVanWard


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Combined with a white Alabama-style BBQ sauce/dip, this is one of the best things I've ever eaten.


Given that these wings were made by you, Iā€™m probably not the only person that finds your assessment of them shocking.


Really, those who created the smoker and my old lady's fantastic rub, carefully developed over years, get most of the credit. Same with the ribs - she carefully scores the fat layer in a sweet crosshatch befitting a racing engine cylinder wall and administers that staggering dry rub. I'm merely the monkey who threw 'em in there and turned the little dial. The ease at which that little box makes great chow is stunning.

Stunning, I tells ya!

It's fascinating how confidence in others threatens and clings to little men. People often have no clue how much their posts reveal to others. I love this stuff, for studying the human condition is my first love.


"He is the most flawed person I have ever met in my life,"
General John Kelly, United States Marine Corps (Ret.), describing Donald "Dolt45" Trump

Never be upset by the success of another. Never be pleased by the pain of another.

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Re: A tiny pellet smoker deserving of a Nobel Prize [Re: Beer Money] #13741355 10/23/20 06:05 PM
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Any interest in trading one of those for a Rtic Soft Pack 40 Can Cooler, Kanati Camo full of beer?
https://rticoutdoors.com/shop/coole...GO856wEBq4HhBXsSEor3fO7cg9IaAl8lEALw_wcB


Howdy. Ya know.....maybe! Still got a few left. Depends on the beer and the quality of your posts, which I'll check out.

If it's say, Bud Lite, expect to be kidnapped by my associates and thrown, screaming, from a helicopter.

Billy don't do swill.


"He is the most flawed person I have ever met in my life,"
General John Kelly, United States Marine Corps (Ret.), describing Donald "Dolt45" Trump

Never be upset by the success of another. Never be pleased by the pain of another.

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Re: A tiny pellet smoker deserving of a Nobel Prize [Re: butch sanders] #13741370 10/23/20 06:15 PM
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you my man
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That's a downright obscene understatement, but I'm gonna let it slide 'cuz of yer good attitude, brother. laugh

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I don't play don't listen - I try to regard everyone, for most, even some of these glassy-eyed, mouth-breathing, knuckle draggin' cretins, have something to offer. You've likely noticed that I upset them much more (considerably) than they upset me (less than zero). The brutal tribal thought exhibited by some of these poor souls is fascinating tragicomedy to me. Common sense insists clowns be analyzed, then laughed at.

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i will back you in any BBQ challenge you want to make


Thanks, but know that the only challenge is for the eaters and guests to be happy. If someone does better than I at that, or anything, I heartily and earnestly applaud.

Nice to meet ya, Butch. You seem like a pretty good ol' boy. Perhaps one of these daze I'll bring ya a foil-wrapped lamby treat when passing by your way.

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"He is the most flawed person I have ever met in my life,"
General John Kelly, United States Marine Corps (Ret.), describing Donald "Dolt45" Trump

Never be upset by the success of another. Never be pleased by the pain of another.

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Re: A tiny pellet smoker deserving of a Nobel Prize [Re: BillyVanWard] #13741372 10/23/20 06:17 PM
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Originally Posted by BillyVanWard
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you my man
have something to offer


That's a downright obscene understatement, but I'm gonna let it slide 'cuz of yer good attitude, brother. laugh

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don't listen to The Haters


I don't play don't listen - I try to regard everyone, for most, even some of these glassy-eyed, mouth-breathing, knuckle draggin' cretins, have something to offer. You've likely noticed that I upset them much more (considerably) than they upset me (less than zero). The brutal tribal thought exhibited by some of these poor souls is fascinating tragicomedy to me. Common sense insists clowns be analyzed, then laughed at.

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& i know you don't need it
but
i will back you in any BBQ challenge you want to make


Thanks, but know that the only challenge is for the eaters and guests to be happy. If someone does better than I at that, or anything, I heartily and earnestly applaud.

Nice to meet ya, Butch. You seem like a pretty good ol' boy. Perhaps one of these daze I'll bring ya a foil-wrapped lamby treat when passing by your way.


thanx
have a good weekend

Re: A tiny pellet smoker deserving of a Nobel Prize [Re: BillyVanWard] #13741381 10/23/20 06:25 PM
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Re: A tiny pellet smoker deserving of a Nobel Prize [Re: BillyVanWard] #13742240 10/24/20 03:56 PM
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Re: A tiny pellet smoker deserving of a Nobel Prize [Re: Bigbob_FTW] #13742318 10/24/20 05:27 PM
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Re: A tiny pellet smoker deserving of a Nobel Prize [Re: Davedave] #13742328 10/24/20 05:33 PM
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David- stop bullying Bob THIS INSTANT!


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Re: A tiny pellet smoker deserving of a Nobel Prize [Re: BillyVanWard] #13742449 10/24/20 08:26 PM
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Originally Posted by BillyVanWard
The zeal of people here to kick those unlike them is something to behold.

Re: A tiny pellet smoker deserving of a Nobel Prize [Re: BillyVanWard] #13742454 10/24/20 08:36 PM
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