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CharGriller Deluxe Offset smoker

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Re: CharGriller Deluxe Offset smoker

Postby Rebel_Yell » Sat Sep 20, 2014 7:24 pm

I grow organic corn... cut the problems out after cooking on the barbie. Much better than the pesticides that make the corn pest free... IMHO..
Food looks good. I would love a plate. Nice dino bones mate. Sorry about those that don't know what an ABT is and only eat half.
Looks like you are on your way to being the BBQ king in your area mate...
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Re: CharGriller Deluxe Offset smoker

Postby punkin » Sun Oct 19, 2014 12:33 pm

Run #3 yesterday. A small brisket, half a pork belly (deskinned and crackle done in the oven) and 4 ham hocks.

I've never been a roast bef kinda guy, i like my steak blue and that's it for beef for me, but it was very good. Nice smoke ring and reasonably moist, not what i'd call suculent though. I took it to 190 or so and foiled and toweled it for a couple hours after 6 hours in the smoker.

The pork belly was the best i've ever had, moist and juicy with the fat showing clear and sweet. I did maple syrup base with Texas hickory rub over the top. This was taken to 200 or more and also foiled and toweled.

The pork knuckles were brilliant. Cross hatched and rubbed with salt, pepper, brown sugar and caraway they were absolutely melt in the mouth.

Another outstanding bbq session was enjoyed by all. :8)
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Re: CharGriller Deluxe Offset smoker

Postby Tdick » Sun Feb 04, 2018 7:57 pm

Thought I'd give this thread a bump.
Bought my son a New Braunfels (now it's been bought by Charbroil) Hondo Offset Smoker for Christmas.
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It is one heavy grill. Much heavier duty than any I've had before.

My son got it out to do some ribs for the SuperBowl.
I have never spent the time to do ribs.
After eating his this football season, I don't fool with going out to get them. He didn't learn it from me, but his are better than theirs.
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Re: CharGriller Deluxe Offset smoker

Postby S-Cackalacky » Mon Feb 05, 2018 8:24 am

Great looking offset smoker TDick. You need to pump up your son's meat smokin' ego. The more inflated it gets, the more ribs you get.
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