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Beer braised sausages and peppers.
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malaujai wrote: I bought this meat injector: https://www.amazon.ca/gp/product/B07ZFG ... UTF8&psc=1

Tried it with the brisket (forgot photos sorry) and I found it really hard to inject... The liquid just kept coming back out once I removed the injector...
Poke it in with the grain.

If the meat fibres face this way /
Your meat injector should also face /
Also when you poke in… wiggle it just a bit. Then inject.
Cup your hand around the the entry hole where the needle went in and press down gently. This is to prevent the injection from shooting it back out. That way you can force the injection in.
Also avoid anything toooo chunky in your injections. E.g. big grains of pepper, thyme, basil, chili flakes.
Instead Go for paprika, salt, fine pepper, garlic powder, onion powder (make sure to break it up really well. Onion powder tends to cake), chili powder

Does that make sense?
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UrbanPoet wrote: Poke it in with the grain.

If the meat fibres face this way /
Your meat injector should also face /
Also when you poke in… wiggle it just a bit. Then inject.
Cup your hand around the the entry hole where the needle went in and press down gently. This is to prevent the injection from shooting it back out. That way you can force the injection in.

Does that make sense?
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From the three needles, which one should I use? I tried using the smallest gauge but because I mixed some rub in, the coarse pepper clogged it loll
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UrbanPoet wrote: Poke it in with the grain.

If the meat fibres face this way /
Your meat injector should also face /
Also when you poke in… wiggle it just a bit. Then inject.
Cup your hand around the the entry hole where the needle went in and press down gently. This is to prevent the injection from shooting it back out. That way you can force the injection in.
Also avoid anything toooo chunky in your injections. E.g. big grains of pepper, thyme, basil, chili flakes.
Instead Go for paprika, salt, fine pepper, garlic powder, onion powder (make sure to break it up really well. Onion powder tends to cake), chili powder

Does that make sense?
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Random question about rotisserie cooking in a kettle. Now everyone knows I am notorious for using too much charcoal per cook. When doing rotisserie, do you do coals on both sides, or just the one? I thought at first ( when I did my turkey at easter ) you would need both, but as it is rotating, one side still gets heat all around the meat.
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Gutty96 wrote: Random question about rotisserie cooking in a kettle. Now everyone knows I am notorious for using too much charcoal per cook. When doing rotisserie, do you do coals on both sides, or just the one? I thought at first ( when I did my turkey at easter ) you would need both, but as it is rotating, one side still gets heat all around the meat.
I would think one side is enough...my propane BBQ has burner on one side is my reference.
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Gutty96 wrote: Random question about rotisserie cooking in a kettle. Now everyone knows I am notorious for using too much charcoal per cook. When doing rotisserie, do you do coals on both sides, or just the one? I thought at first ( when I did my turkey at easter ) you would need both, but as it is rotating, one side still gets heat all around the meat.
I always use both sides with the baskets, provides even cook that way. The trick when using charcoal in a kettle with a roti is to not use too much so the amount you use on each side will vary. Remember if you are doing poultry the bird is closer to a direct flame so monitor heat and smoke to avoid burning, etc
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gr8dlr wrote: I would think one side is enough...my propane BBQ has burner on one side is my reference.
redsfan wrote: I always use both sides with the baskets, provides even cook that way. The trick when using charcoal in a kettle with a roti is to not use too much so the amount you use on each side will vary. Remember if you are doing poultry the bird is closer to a direct flame so monitor heat and smoke to avoid burning, etc
The turkey I did was about as big as it can take, so anything else I do would be smaller and further from the coals. The turkey turned out well, but I thought at the time it may have cooked too quickly due to extra coals.
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redsfan wrote: I always use both sides with the baskets, provides even cook that way. The trick when using charcoal in a kettle with a roti is to not use too much so the amount you use on each side will vary. Remember if you are doing poultry the bird is closer to a direct flame so monitor heat and smoke to avoid burning, etc
Ooh!
I thought y’all were making west indies food on the bbq now.

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For the win... Apple smoked woody burning pizzas... bit of pesto.. bit of some brown Keto thing... mozzarella stuffed crust with pepps pepperoni and bacon bits
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redsfan wrote: For the win... Apple smoked woody burning pizzas... bit of pesto.. bit of some brown Keto thing... mozzarella stuffed crust with pepps pepperoni and bacon bits
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Gutty96 wrote: You are not allowed to go 4 months without posting again.
To be honest the crust was challenging with the heat today...even inside it was hot so it was hard keeping it thin. We are a not so daring family either and like a tight selection of the finer bbq foods I am capable of making, lol. Fresh Apple smoked is colour though, and makes any pizza that much better
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Happy father's day to all the dads out there!

Mine's off to to a good start!
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Gutty96 wrote: Happy father's day to all the dads out there!

Mine's off to to a good start!
been looking at these but not the block, great present if the troop set you free with this! What's the difference with all the probes? All the same, just multiples?

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