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re: So I forgot to request my super regional tickets - jmon
[quote]quote: you're an idiot This Terd [/quote]...
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re: How to mount TV and hide the wires W/ Pics, Update in OP - jmon
I have the exact same setup. I cut a hole in the fireplace wall and in the ET cabinet at the correct size to receive the sheetrock screw on type conduit boxes. Used an actual fishing pole with string taped on one end, a flashlight shining through the other hole and simply stuck the fishing pole tip,...
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re: Wifi BBQ thermometer? - jmon
[link=(https://www.bbqguru.com/StoreNav?CategoryId=1&ProductId=35)]BBQ Guru CyberQ[/link]...
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re: Wifi BBQ thermometer? - jmon
My original message did not have what I use: [link=(https://www.bbqguru.com/StoreNav?CategoryId=1&ProductId=35)]BBQ Guru CyberQ[/link] Sorry... :banghead:...
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re: Anova WiFi Sous Vide cooker $169 amazon (normally $199) - jmon
Love mine, good price! ...
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re: Wifi BBQ thermometer? - jmon
[quote] Maverick ET-736 that will connect via Wifi.[/quote] via Google App only, no iOS? ...
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re: Recently bought a place and am wanting to mount the TV on top of the mantle... - jmon
It appears there is an outlet on the wall already? Is that a power and porting outlet for cables and if so is there a port outlet in the niche to the left of the fireplace? I would do a small built in in that niche with cab doors and top and place any components in the cab. Use infrared transmitter ...
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re: Wifi BBQ thermometer? - jmon
I believe NeauxLA is looking for a wifi thermometer based upon wanting to get updates if "he's not home". Unless I've missed something, I don't think Maverick offers this technology as they only offer bluetooth tech and that's a range limited to your household, only....
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re: Wifi BBQ thermometer? - jmon
ETA: BBQ GURU WIFI [link=(https://www.bbqguru.com/StoreNav?CategoryId=1&ProductId=35)]BBQ GURU CYBERQ[/link] Have had the BBQ GURU WIFI for a few years and works very well. Can control pit temp and view ambient temp with three probes for food and a pit probe. Works in adhoc or infrastructure mo...
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re: I think I messed up my brisket - jmon
How did it turn out?...
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re: Who has the best cheeseburger in New Orleans? - jmon
Cowbell, The Harbor in Metairie, Company and High Hat, in no particular order. Cowbell has a very nice and tasty burger selection and varied menu. The Harbor has a great burger, menu items are typical bar food. Company Burger does great greasy cheeseburgers with a nice mayo selection, menu is ju...
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re: Seeking Help Planning a NOLA Weekend - jmon
Posted in your other thread, not all are asshats! If starting things on Friday, try going to Bacchanal on Friday evening. Trust me, the facade does not do this place justice. Walk in, grab a couple bottles of wine, some stinky cheese and meats from the fridge, pay at the counter and go sit in the b...
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re: OT Baws: Need Help Planning a NOLA Weekend - jmon
If starting things on Friday, try going to Bacchanal on Friday evening. Trust me, the facade does not do this place justice. Walk in, grab a couple bottles of wine, some stinky cheese and meats from the fridge, pay at the counter and go sit in the backyard. There will be a small ensemble playing jaz...
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re: Looking for opinions on my brisket plan. - jmon
Sounds like a plan. I believe it's 1.25 to 1.50 hours per pound at 225°, approx, and the oven will give you consistent control. If it comes out early, you can wrap it in paper and place in a cooler with a couple towels and it will hold for a few hours. ...
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re: 8.5hrs into the smoke... Must be living right. - jmon
Carved up a few slices of the brisket for a snack and Butts still going. HELP ME with my picture link...doing something wrong direct linking for imageshack! [URL=https://imageshack.com/i/plJMWtrXj][IMG]http://imagizer.imageshack.us/v2/640x480q90/921/JMWtrX.jpg[/IMG][/URL] [URL=https://imageshack.c...
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re: 8.5hrs into the smoke... Must be living right. - jmon
I'm in on this. Started mine last night around 9PM. Temp ran about 235° all night so Brisket is off, wrapped and resting in cooler. Butts still chugging along. [URL=https://imageshack.com/i/pm4jThdWj][IMG]http://imagizer.imageshack.us/v2/640x480q90/922/4jThdW.jpg[/IMG][/URL] [URL=https://imageshac...
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re: Hogs Saturday - paging Arse and friends - jmon
You'll enjoy 527 if you have been to any Gallagher's places in the past. Bring your mud boots to the cause! ...
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re: Shrimp Boil Procedure (60 lbs) - jmon
About 150lbs crawfish, so 4 to 5 sacks. I come from a large family and grandkids are all young adults, so they eat a helluva lot more. Obviously, I'd break the shrimp into two separate boils. I know I can do it, just wanted to see if someone had done it before. Typically, I've waited for the soak pe...
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Shrimp Boil Procedure (60 lbs) - jmon
Our annual family crawfish boil has turned into a crawfish/ shrimp boil the last three years and we are transitioning to all shrimp. I started the transition by bringing 5lbs shrimp for my mom four years ago because she preferred them to crawfish and needed a much lower salt content for her conditio...
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re: Smoking Boston butt - jmon
Trim fat layer if thick, fat cap up, cruise at 225 until internal temp of 195, pull off smoker, wrap and store in cooler with towels underneath and on top for at least an hour. Pure gold after that!...
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