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RedWeberWanabe

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Ol' Faithfuls
« on: July 09, 2017, 05:46:34 AM »
Bought one for spare parts, ended up using them both any ways.  Was trying to find a reason to being out the Smokey Joe's too. This worked good enough.  lol

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1buckie

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Re: Ol' Faithfuls
« Reply #1 on: July 09, 2017, 05:49:13 AM »
Geez....lookie the size of that STEAK !!!!


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jcnaz

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Re: Ol' Faithfuls
« Reply #2 on: July 09, 2017, 06:32:45 AM »
The old beaters cook just as well as the shiny ones... sometimes even better!

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Davescprktl

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Re: Ol' Faithfuls
« Reply #3 on: July 09, 2017, 11:15:27 AM »
Awesome cook! and welcome aboard!
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captainhook455

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Re: Ol' Faithfuls
« Reply #4 on: July 12, 2017, 12:11:43 PM »
Bought one for spare parts, ended up using them both any ways.  Was trying to find a reason to being out the Smokey Joe's too. This worked good enough.  lol

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I sink husk corn in a bucket of cool water for 30-40 minutes and then place corn still in husk on the grill. No burnt marks on kernels. What you have we call fried corn. Then when removed from grill peel the husk back and hold husk with corn cob still attached. No mess on my hands. This is a boy scout trick because we often ate sitting on the ground.

RedWeberWanabe

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Re: Ol' Faithfuls
« Reply #5 on: July 15, 2017, 07:40:53 PM »
Bought one for spare parts, ended up using them both any ways.  Was trying to find a reason to being out the Smokey Joe's too. This worked good enough.  lol

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I sink husk corn in a bucket of cool water for 30-40 minutes and then place corn still in husk on the grill. No burnt marks on kernels. What you have we call fried corn. Then when removed from grill peel the husk back and hold husk with corn cob still attached. No mess on my hands. This is a boy scout trick because we often ate sitting on the ground.
The only corn around here was offered already shucked.  I will have to remember this for next time.  thanks @captainhook455

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SmokeVide

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Re: Ol' Faithfuls
« Reply #6 on: July 16, 2017, 10:17:14 AM »
That corn looks awesome!
Brian
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captainhook455

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Re: Ol' Faithfuls
« Reply #7 on: July 18, 2017, 10:10:52 AM »
Bought one for spare parts, ended up using them both any ways.  Was trying to find a reason to being out the Smokey Joe's too. This worked good enough.  lol

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I sink husk corn in a bucket of cool water for 30-40 minutes and then place corn still in husk on the grill. No burnt marks on kernels. What you have we call fried corn. Then when removed from grill peel the husk back and hold husk with corn cob still attached. No mess on my hands. This is a boy scout trick because we often ate sitting on the ground.
The only corn around here was offered already shucked.  I will have to remember this for next time.  thanks @captainhook455

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Wow posted 2 days ago. Here is another way to get corn off the cob.lol.