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Weber Charcoal Grills & Accessories / Re: 26" ash pan
« Last post by bigredmf on Today at 05:51:35 PM »
The ash pan arrived today. Packaged properly. It's condition exceeded my expectations.
Pictures did not do it justice.




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Weber Charcoal Grills & Accessories / Re: Safest way to travel with kettles?
« Last post by Rub on Today at 05:47:38 PM »
I saw @Jeff leave a Chicago meetup with twelve or fifteen Kettles wheeled inside of a trailer it seemed could fit a car.....he had the lids on the Kettles with nothing tied down...not the lids or the Kettles. He said he had gotten there like that and would be sure and drive safe. You ever see shots of Jeff's collection......balls of steel I say.
Only pictures of it but there is no F#(K1N way I would try to pull that off with any one of his kettles, let alone a number of them. Damn.


I'm going to do a combo of the ideas above. I picked up some foam tubing today for the rims, then will stack them like Neil and the guys said. They'll be back in my cook trailer and hopefully they'll stay put.
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Off Topic / Re: NHL 2017
« Last post by JDD on Today at 05:44:33 PM »
Hawks slacking tonight and the PP is pathetic.
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MBA Green?
Don't think his phone has learned WKC language yet (I'll just say "damned auto-correct" for him). I had to do a double-take. Thought it was a MBH at first. The wooden bowl handles really blend in with the background. Here however, is a 18" MBH green:



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Charcoal Grilling & BBQ / Re: No big deal...Just a burger...
« Last post by Travis on Today at 05:34:59 PM »
Damn good looking burger man.


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Charcoal Grilling & BBQ / Re: No big deal...Just a burger...
« Last post by addicted-to-smoke on Today at 05:31:49 PM »
Also @rfacko, related to griddles or fry pans there is a method that creates a "smash burger." Usually thinner, this is what you get at Steak 'N Shake for example. You'd use a solid, firm spatula to flatten the meat on the cooker. Optionally, a cast iron burger press can help cook the top of the meat while it helps flatten it.
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Off Topic / Re: NHL 2017
« Last post by JDD on Today at 05:31:37 PM »
Yes indeed, welcome back Eddie!
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WSM: Weber Smokey Mountain / Re: 18" WSM
« Last post by TheDude on Today at 05:20:34 PM »
Cook a few yard birds. They gunk things up nicely and can handle higher heat. First few cooks can run hot.
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Member Sales & Trades / Re: Agent needed
« Last post by TheDude on Today at 05:05:51 PM »
@joejenks Chicago is a pretty Weber rich area. This must be something pretty special.
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WSM: Weber Smokey Mountain / Re: Picked up an O code 18.5
« Last post by SmokenJoe on Today at 05:01:01 PM »

@GoAnywhereJeep

Yes, GLAD too;

(1) large enough to L&S nearly any typical meat (several racks of ribs based on using rib-racks or coiling) etc.,
(2) very efficient in the quantity of coal used, and
(3) holds temp quite well on it's own, but takes real advantage of nearly any ATC.

SJ
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