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redneck joe

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having fun with the rotisserie

3 pork tenderloins braided together, put in a net and slow roasted about 275 then a final crips up like a tandoori. Quick vinegar and whole seed mustard slaw and grilled pineapple. we have a due south facing sunroom and we grow one continually so we saved some form the al pastor for this



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redneck joe

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butt end beef tenderloin on sale ($14/lb) so filleted out and did sauteed mushrooms and blue cheese.


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redneck joe

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side note - if you don't have a wireless temp gauge do it asap. mine is a Meater



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FLATHEAD

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I know a couple guys that sent in money when those Meater Bluetooth units first came on the scene. They either received only partially what they ordered or nothing at all. What they did get had no range at all. Apparently they have overcome those difficulties.
 

redneck joe

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nice. i'm not really sure what authentic is, mine was crust cheese meats mushrooms sauce bake.

if you like playing with pizza, watch this and experiment. I can't get brick cheese around here so I sub a few diff kinds and all works. havarti, white cheddar, swiss and provolone randomly placed all together seems to work best for me.

it is wicked good.

 

redneck joe

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I know a couple guys that sent in money when those Meater Bluetooth units first came on the scene. They either received only partially what they ordered or nothing at all. What they did get had no range at all. Apparently they have overcome those difficulties.
yeah mine is like 15 feet or so. add the smobot to the bge and life is glorious.
 

sangerwaker

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I use an Inkbird BBQ-4T wireless meat probe. Similar to a Meater, but less money (currently $70 on Amazon). I've had it for about a year and a half and have had 0 issues. I love the wifi connectivity so I can run to town or hang out on the boat and monitor the temp of whatever I have n the smoker..
 

Pmt133

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Mine being inauthentic is because the crust is like a pie crust... not a dough crust. I was trying to duplicate a bar pie my parents used to go to and got pretty close with that one and I liked it. It's also cheese and sauce only. About 2lbs of cheese actually lol. She's big, 14 inch or so.

I've been messing around with pizza for a few years now actually. I started with NY style, got one dialed in I'm happy with and so is everyone else who tried. Then I moved to Sicilian and got that one dialed in. The Chicago is the next one then I'm moving to stuffed pizza which is a trip.

Thanks for the link. I'll check it out later when I'm done glassing.
 
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