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Date Posted: 09:47:01 04/27/02 Sat
Author: Porky
Author Host/IP: Kitchener-ppp3517472.sympatico.ca /
Subject: Re: BBBrown has new photos on the members page.
In reply to: bbbrown 's message, "Re: BBBrown has new photos on the members page." on 07:40:10 04/26/02 Fri

I've been cruising the 'net for a little bit, looking for innovative ideas for a cooker. I checked out your pics, and I just gotta tell you...nice cookers! How effective are they as opposed to the spit cookers, and is your technique more effective than using the original open flame process? I'm not sure about using just the coals, applying them when needed, as opposed to regulating the heat using wood and coals. Could you please give me your views and ideas on the two methods? Also, with a closed cooker, I would think that it wouldn't keep people interested in the cooking process...they like to see the pig cooking as it happens. Can you just raise the lid on a closed cooker at any time? or does it affect the cook time and overall look? The people that I have talked to like to enjoy the whole event, and watching the pig cook seems to be a major part of that. What would your advice be?

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