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Off Topic / Re: ... wkc merch
« Last post by AZ2FL on Today at 11:01:20 AM »
There is a kick-ass WKC Austria shirt/gear mixed in with other sweet zavod44 Weber items here: https://www.teepublic.com/t-shirts?query=zavod44&irgwc=1&irclickid=XTtUs3xuhxyLWmnwUx0Mo3bwUkEwevRY6SEQUk0


I knew zavod44 had a link in one of his post, but could not find it this morning. He has some nice looking merch!

Thanks for the link.

Cheers
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Charcoal Grilling & BBQ / Deer sausage question
« Last post by AZ2FL on Today at 10:43:53 AM »
@HoosierKettle

I don't know how I missed your SS post.
Glad to hear your jalapeno SS was a success!! Now you need a grinder and a stuffer lol

You can either hang vertical like you did or lay them on cook grate. I've smoked them both ways.

Over the years I've smoked SS and snack sticks in a MES30, Big Chief, 22" Kettle, 18" & 22" WSM and a homemade vertical smoker. Vertical smoker will hold 40 logs (about 50-60lbs).

Before placing SS in smoker I hang to dry the fibrous casing. A box fan works well for drying and takes about 90-120 minutes.

I try and start pit temp at 100-110 and slowly work my was up to 170-180 over several hours.  When SS reaches IT of 152-156, they are placed in an ice water bath. After IT reaches 90-100, SS is dried with a towel and hung to air dry for 2-4 hours to bloom.

Pictures are from recent summer sausage and snack stick cooks.

Thanks for sharing your SS cook.
Cheers
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Meetups & Events / Re: 2021 calendars
« Last post by Bob BQ on Today at 10:34:14 AM »
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Off Topic / Re: ... wkc merch
« Last post by Bob BQ on Today at 10:32:06 AM »
There is a kick-ass WKC Austria shirt/gear mixed in with other sweet zavod44 Weber items here: https://www.teepublic.com/t-shirts?query=zavod44&irgwc=1&irclickid=XTtUs3xuhxyLWmnwUx0Mo3bwUkEwevRY6SEQUk0
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Congrats to all the winners!

@Cellar2ful :


@Jim, this has always been one of my favorite WKC pics.  Glad it's in the calendar!  Are you still in need of a Mediterranean to complete the collection of Mighty 18 MBHs??  We need to get on that!
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Charcoal Grilling & BBQ / Re: Rib Roast on the Chief
« Last post by AZ2FL on Today at 10:17:39 AM »
Rib roast looks mouth watering!
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Looks like I won the grill cover.   Thanks again to all involved. 
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Weber Grill Forum (Grills, Accessories) / Re: Ash bucket PITA!!!
« Last post by pbe gummi bear on Today at 09:49:07 AM »
I generally agree, but on my new Glen Blue 26er, the tension seems a bit less, and it has been very easy to get on and off.  I had a smoke master touch earlier and it was AWFUL.  Hopefully Weber has worked this out in their newest versions.

I think they made a change to the tension on the current production kettles. They seem much easier to squeeze now. My new 26" is much easier than my Summit charcoal.

I agree with these observations. The one that came with my glen blue 26 had usable tension but the early models were hard to release. I still chucked it in favor of the older style lol.
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Just picked it up at the terminal. Will start a new thread after I get it put together.

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According to the tracking info it looks like it should be here on Tuesday. I have had shipments come in on that freight company in the past and their delivery estimate wasn't very accurate though.

Any word on when your new E6 is coming? I canít wait for pictures. Iíve been selling my collection to raise funds for one Iím hoping by Christmas/New Years time I can order one [emoji51]


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Any luck with the delivery? I'm wanting the grilling center version, and just spoke to Weber on the phone - they indicated it was a rebranding/and might have some slight upgrades (I asked specifically about smoke leakage and the CS rep indicated the lid may have had minor updates to address it), but otherwise was the same grill with new branding and a new price. Hopefully this is all true, because that issue was my only hesitation, and the lower price is great.
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