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Date Posted: 18:01:45 01/08/02 Tue
Author: reg
Author Host/IP: Montreal-ppp47894.qc.sympatico.ca /
Subject: Re: Need Help - Chat Room & Dinner for 24
In reply to: Keith from Calgary 's message, "Re: Need Help - Chat Room & Dinner for 24" on 13:14:58 01/08/02 Tue

hiya Keith and Qfan . Keith you should have no problem learning to operate the WSM in a very short period of time . like Qfan said do a little reading over at the Virtual Weber Bullet site there is a lot of good info there . i would run a practice session first with no food on at all and just get the feel of it . as far as i'm concerned its like running an air tight stove . the only difference being that you leave the top vent full open all the time to release the smoke and use the lower air vents for temp , it's real easy . two things i would get is one thermometer for just under the top grate and the other an digital electric remote for checking the meat temp . these are probably the two most important tools you can have . there are also so little things to do like foiling the water pan for easy cleanup and always spray the grills for easy cleaning later . when the time comes we can guide you through it NP . just don't be afraid or nervous of the whole thing , after all its only another method of cooking . BTW i just did two small shoulders the other day that were real good and they were done in 10 hrs . these particular two were sliced not pulled and i removed them at 185 degrees . reg

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