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Mar. 26, 2015 – Pork Butts on The 22.5 Weber Smokey Mountain Cooker

Weather: Clear Skies: Outdoor Temp 38*. Expected high temp of 60*. 2 – Pork Butts 7-8 lbs each. 7:00am… Started the fire by lighting a full chimney of coals. Disassembled the Weber Smokey Mountain Cooker (WSM) and cleaned out the … Continue reading

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Spring Has Sprung. Outdoor Cooking Starts Today!

             *** Welcome To The Backyard BBQ Chefs favorite time of year. Spring. Why Spring? Because Spring leads to Summer. Summer leads to Fall. And that means you and I have about 6-8 months of … Continue reading

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Preparing For BBQ Season.

I know. There are still several weeks and a few snow storms until spring. So does that mean we can’t start planning for BBQ season? I do around my house. Here’s a few simple things to think about and get … Continue reading

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The Uncommon Bond Of Barbeque

Barbecue is an amazing cuisine. But even more amazing is the culture that has grown around a fire pit and large portion of meat roasting slowly over burning embers. Barbeque bridges the gap between generations. Unites strangers. Brings neighbors and … Continue reading

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Waiting Out Winter. The Plight of the BBQ Enthusiast.

Feb. 20, 2013. All the leaves are gone and the sky is gray. Snow is on the way and temps hover near 25*F. Staring out my back window I see my Weber Smokey Mountain Cooker (WSM), and Weber Performer bracing … Continue reading

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