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Date Posted: 20:59:38 10/13/03 Mon
Author: Barry
Author Host/IP: Toronto-HSE-ppp3898527.sympatico.ca /
Subject: pig

Hi all....you have all been so helpfull with my Bar-B-q education and i wwant to say thank-u to everyone that has been of help. So on to my new question. Every year our street has a block party and I've promised people that next year instead of ribs I'd do a hole pig.....maybe a piglet at least. What i want to do is use a 45 gallon drum cut in half and hinge the lid......can I do this? Would the heat be too close? Should i add a chimney or maybe a vent in the top? How long does this need to cook? And I'm sure adding a few wood chunks now and then with new charcoal wouldn't hurt. So don't be shy......tell me about what u have made or what i can do.

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