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  1. #131
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    fire pit

    Quote Originally Posted by petesque View Post
    Pizza oven? Not yet. Did a 14lb pork shoulder last Sat.


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    What do you cover the pit with?
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  2. #132
    Not sure what you are asking but the food goes in the upright stack. Look at the link to photobucket I posted earlier

    Pete

  3. #133
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    Wow! Some of y'all have some sweet looking setups.

    If I can ever find my SD card I will snap some pictures of my smoker and patio. It's nothing special, but the smoker cooks up a mean brisket.

    -Corey

  4. #134
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    fire pit

    Quote Originally Posted by petesque View Post
    Not sure what you are asking but the food goes in the upright stack. Look at the link to photobucket I posted earlier

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    What do you cover your fire pit with so the smoke goes thru the tunnel over to the stack where the meat is?
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  5. #135
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    Got my second Big Green Egg today!
    This time a rescued "Small".
    An older gentleman was moving to a facility where charcoal was not allowed,,,, poor guy!
    This thing is great for getting a good sear on a steak at 700 degrees.





  6. #136
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    This grill is older than most of you guy's here. It came from my husbands parents farm in Iowa. It is a Falcon gas grill. We can still get parts for it..It's 42 years old and can cook some good food. Hubby had to re weld some parts on it and put new wheels on her but my thinking is I wish I had all the money spent for meat in all these years. It may not be pretty but it's a fantastic grill..still has all it's original wood ( side, bottom & handle )..hope it stays with the family for more years to come
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  7. #137
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    Quote Originally Posted by A/C guy's chick View Post
    This grill is older than most of you guy's here. It came from my husbands parents farm in Iowa. It is a Falcon gas grill. We can still get parts for it..It's 42 years old and can cook some good food. Hubby had to re weld some parts on it and put new wheels on her but my thinking is I wish I had all the money spent for meat in all these years. It may not be pretty but it's a fantastic grill..still has all it's original wood ( side, bottom & handle )..hope it stays with the family for more years to come
    A 42 year old gill still in use that incredible
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  8. #138
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    24" flat-top griddle.......commercial deep frier....Vemont casting BBQ
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  9. #139
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    One outdoor cookin MF thats what Ken is...... Ya ever had Poutien??? Yummy!
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  10. #140
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    Quote Originally Posted by key View Post




    24" flat-top griddle.......commercial deep frier....Vemont casting BBQ
    I love my Vemont Casting grill.
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  11. #141
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    I have had enough of this white s#%@. I am tired of shoving out my grill




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  12. #142
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    WEBER WEBER WEBER. Summit nat gas a Weber Q for the beach a Weber kettle grill I used all the time and a Weber rocky mountain smoker. Low and slow

  13. #143
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    Quote Originally Posted by key View Post




    24" flat-top griddle.......commercial deep frier....Vemont casting BBQ
    Ken was the deciding factor to me buying my Vt. Casting grille. It better last me 42 years for what it cost!!! If I don't make it 42 years my kids can have me cremeated in it.

    You did a nice job enclosing the deep fryer. You didn't have it enclosed or the griddle the last time I was there.

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