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re: Assassin or Stumps Gravity Fed Smoker - ruger35
Always read good things about both company’s gravity fed units. Only experience I have with either is an Assassin grill, one at home and at work. Would never buy another one again. Seems like most people are happy with their gravity feds, but with the entry of the Masterbuilt or Char-grill option I’...
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re: Boston Butt In Baton Rouge UPDATE 09/17/21 - ruger35
[quote]Kroger has them for 1.99/lb right now[/quote] I should have went to a couple Kroeger's and HEB stores while I was in Texas. ...
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re: Vacuum Sealer Recs - ruger35
Few months ago I bought an Avid Armor. Have been very satisfied with it so far. [link=(https://avidarmor.com/avid-armor-12-vacuum-sealer-model-a100/)]Avid Armor[/link]...
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re: Boston Butt In Baton Rouge UPDATE 09/17/21 - ruger35
I only have a couple butts left in my freezer after playing around with breakfast sausage. Peeked in at Alexander’s yesterday, $2.99/lb. It was $50 for a twin pack. Skipped right over than and thought about checking brisket prices, $6.29/lb and saw $5.99/lb for select at a small store by the house t...
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re: Mini BBQ run & new smoker - ruger35
[quote]Didn't you already have a custom built unicorn smoker a year or so ago? That thing was beautiful and was everything I could ever want in a smoker. I figured that would have been everything you would ever need. [/quote] I did. When I got that one I wanted a 250 but talked myself out of it, ...
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re: Mini BBQ run & new smoker - ruger35
[quote]My wife and I had triplets[/quote] I’ll say a prayer for you too, especially if they are girls lol....
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re: Hola Nola tortillas quality - ruger35
Do yourself a favor and set an alarm for Monday’s at 10 am. Go to Flores tortillas website and order those. We don’t go without a dozen in the freezer at all times now. ...
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re: Mini BBQ run & new smoker - ruger35
A little over 9k. Pay for details. I asked about steel prices while I was talking to him, his material pipe cost for his backyard smokers has went up a little over 300%. ...
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re: Mini BBQ run & new smoker - ruger35
Appreciate the thoughts, definitely one of those things you never think will happen to you. [quote]That’s an amazing looking smoker. When are we breaking it in?[/quote] I’ve got a couple racks of wagyu beef ribs in the freezer I’ve been saving and an Akaushi brisket for this special occasion ...
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Mini BBQ run & new smoker - ruger35
Drove to Austin on Sunday and went to Burnt Bean Co. in Seguin. Really enjoyed the food, but the restaurant vibe and atmosphere was really cool as well. Would definitely recommend. Today made a stop I have been wanting to make at C-M Smokehouse in Bouldin Acres. Finally got to try the infamous b...
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re: Tropical Storm Nicholas - Flash Flood Watch for South Louisiana - ruger35
Driving back to BR from Austin tomorrow has me thinking I should go up to Dallas/Fort Worth and then over to Shreveport and down to BR. Any other suggestions? ...
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re: Mestizo Restaurant (BR) - ruger35
We really enjoy it. The tres leches cake is really good. Believe it or not one of my favorite dishes is the fajita salad. ...
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re: Natural Gas Hose and Quick Connect - ruger35
How do you like your PNG kit? Think that’s who I’m going with for my generator. ...
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re: Natural Gas Hose and Quick Connect - ruger35
You can buy just the hose from US carburetion where they sell their conversion kits too I believe. ...
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re: Multi-fuel generator - who here has one? - ruger35
[quote]Isn't it required by code that you have it set up so that the backfeed breaker cannot be turned on while the main breaker is turned on. A transfer switch accomplishes thus, but so does a generator interlock lockout system. That's what I'm now looking to have installed. But even then, it's not...
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re: Multi-fuel generator - who here has one? - ruger35
[quote]Or I may just go with propane, not lose as much power by using natural gas, because I have a good source of propane at a hardware store five minutes from my house. May look into a couple of 100 pound propane tanks[/quote] Originally that was my plan as well. Costco is the cheapest on the 1...
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re: Multi-fuel generator - who here has one? - ruger35
All you have to do is put a plug that runs to a dedicated breaker in your panel. In my case the panel is pretty much impossible to access in my garage due to the pitch of my roof. I put a 50 amp plug directly underneath it to a 60 amp breaker. Going to tee off the gas lines in my attic and run one i...
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re: Multi-fuel generator - who here has one? - ruger35
I’ve been watching the PNG videos on their conversations and I know specifically for my generator they spec the 3/4” line. But the champion tri-fuel comes with a 25’ natural gas line in west I assume is 1/2”. Weird as my Westinghouse is significantly more fuel efficient. Only difference I saw was th...
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re: Multi-fuel generator - who here has one? - ruger35
[quote]How are you moving 100lb propane tanks? My only concern.[/quote] I use this hand truck from Home Depot, it's extra wide and round. It's not terrible to load in the truck once filled, lean on the tailgate on a piece of cardboard and pick up from the bottom and slide in. Really easy if you h...
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re: Multi-fuel generator - who here has one? - ruger35
You can order the 100 lb tanks from Costco for $140 including shipping. I got mine from Pelican Propane, $230 for a tank and fill. Plan on getting 1-2 more to add to the Arsenal to keep a week’s worth of propane at the house at all times. Can supplement with gasoline if needed. ...
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