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Old 04-02-2009, 11:02 AM   #11
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You give new meaning to the term, Go Big or Go Home............
Yeah, that applies to me, sometimes to my detriment.

I'm actually trying to sell that rig and replace it with a non-trailer version. Finding someone who is both willing and able to pay what the thing is worth is proving to be a challenge.
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Old 04-02-2009, 11:21 AM   #12
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Jay, great thread. I'm really looking forward to the recipies. You'll love the cookshack. I love mine and get a good amount of use out of it. One tip: get the oversized sheets of tinfoil and make sure to cover the entire bottom and smoke box. It makes cleaning up a breeze.

Jeff, you weren't playing around with that rig. My uncle has a similar one (although slightly smaller) with built-in coolers.

I haven't used my smoker in over a month. Emailed my roommates Tuesday about firing it up this weekend. We are currently debating between ribs, pulled pork, or buffalo wings. I'm leaning towards wings because I want to try something new. I've been wanting to make some good buffalo wings ever since I saw the crockpot chicken (w/ red hots) on your "dinner waiting for you..." thread a few weeks ago.

Does anyone have a good recipe for buffalo wings? I'm open to smoking or grilling them?
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Old 04-02-2009, 12:06 PM   #13
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Unfortunately, I haven't been able to use my Cookshack smoker much. Shortly after purchasing it my apartment complex issued a "no grill" ruling. They basically said we can't even store grills on the premises. I know my smoker is far from a grill but I'm not sure they know that so it's been hiding in storage ever since. But, our house will be finished this summer and the smoker will be getting a brother by the name of Weber and I'm going to put both to work.
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Old 04-02-2009, 12:39 PM   #14
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Jay, great thread. I'm really looking forward to the recipies. You'll love the cookshack. I love mine and get a good amount of use out of it. One tip: get the oversized sheets of tinfoil and make sure to cover the entire bottom and smoke box. It makes cleaning up a breeze.

Jeff, you weren't playing around with that rig. My uncle has a similar one (although slightly smaller) with built-in coolers.

I haven't used my smoker in over a month. Emailed my roommates Tuesday about firing it up this weekend. We are currently debating between ribs, pulled pork, or buffalo wings. I'm leaning towards wings because I want to try something new. I've been wanting to make some good buffalo wings ever since I saw the crockpot chicken (w/ red hots) on your "dinner waiting for you..." thread a few weeks ago.

Does anyone have a good recipe for buffalo wings? I'm open to smoking or grilling them?

John;

Look if this works. w/f/s http://www.lamaine.com/bbq/chickenwings.html
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Old 04-02-2009, 06:32 PM   #15
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Thanks. That's exactly what I was looking for. Going to give it a try this weekend and will report back.
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Old 04-02-2009, 08:09 PM   #16
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Sweet - BBQ and CF in one place

I use a Weber Smokey Mountain (aka Bullet) for pork shoulder, ribs, chicken, tri-tip, brisket, and almonds. Yep, smoked almonds. Be careful, they're addictive.

I'll be building an Ugly Drum Smoker this weekend. Pics will follow.

Here's a good resource for all things BBQ http://www.bbq-brethren.com/forum/ Mostly WFS, though the Wood Pile can get randy.
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Old 04-04-2009, 06:34 PM   #17
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Update;
Cookshack Smoker came in Friday, it's seasoned, and I have a Pork Butt smoking as I type. Should be done tomorrow around 9:00 AM, will double foil, let sit in insulated cooler, pull and eat around noon. Pic's to follow.


I'll be in Rochester May 22/23/24, for the Roc City Rib Fest.

Here is the w/f/s link: http://roccityribfest.com/index.php?...tpage&Itemid=1

I'm staying at the Hampton, near Ontario Beach?. I'd be up for an early morning WOD, but it's got to be early.

Finally, I have been hanging on the Cook Shack forums and they have some serious great advice for smoking foods. I've attached a Word Doc from their Archives titled: Best of the Cookshack Forum, Sauces and other Stuff 2004.
It's 51 pages of Bone Sucking good recipes, definitely a print and keep doc.
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File Type: doc TheBestoftheCookshackForumSauce.doc (257.5 KB, 1549 views)
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Old 04-04-2009, 06:54 PM   #18
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Has anyone tried this yet? WFS
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Old 04-04-2009, 07:02 PM   #19
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Has anyone tried this yet? WFS
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If you weren't schlepping those dang kids around the state each weekend, you'd know that WE"VE all made the Bacon Explosion, have posted pics, moving on to bigger and better food items.

Make one, they're very tasty.
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If you weren't schlepping those dang kids around the state each weekend, you'd know that WE"VE all made the Bacon Explosion, have posted pics, moving on to bigger and better food items.

Make one, they're very tasty.
Well I figured as much and did a search AFTER I posted.

No schlepping today. Burning music for their mp3 players and getting reading to ship them off to grams and gramps for a week. Woo hoo!
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