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The lengths I go to for some Sunday Ribs...

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tex_toby well done
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Thunder-sleet!

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tex_toby well done
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The payoff...

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Dyal_SC well done
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Nice payoff! :D
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ScreamingChicken BBQ Deputy
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Good to hear from you, Toby - your dedication is admirable! :thumbup:

And those ribs aren't too shabby, either... :wink:

tex_toby well done
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Thanks, fellas! I've cooked a lot of bones in the past, but these may have qualified for my top 5%. I gorged myself on them and also the big pot of pinto beans I had. :)
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Hookecho User avatar
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Location: Hell....er...I mean Kansas
I hear ya, I was out trying to get my stick burner to work with me in 5 degree and snowy weather.....

At least I wasnt the only one!
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Location: Central Alberta, Canada
Hookecho wrote:
I hear ya, I was out trying to get my stick burner to work with me in 5 degree and snowy weather.....

At least I wasnt the only one!


Nope - you weren't. In fact, the weather here is breaking the freezing mark tomorrow up here, and that's a far cry from the -20 daytime temps we had 4 days ago. I'll be brushing a couple of feet of snow off the grill cover and doing the same. :D
Unlike propane, you'll never wake up scorched and naked in another county because you mishandled a bag of briquettes.

sroach well done
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Location: Warrington, PA
That's a true barb expert there, no condition will stop you!!!


Nice Job!!
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sroach wrote:
That's a true barb expert there, no condition will stop you!!!


Nice Job!!


4 years ago we had a freak winter windstorm. The outside temp was -46 degrees C with a 100+ kph wind and that managed to stop me. :D

For you non-metric folks, that's below -50 F with a 60 mph wind. The wind chill guide said it "feels like" -106 C (-158 F). Propane won't even vaporize properly at that temperature. In fact, I stepped outside on that day for 90 seconds, and it took less then 30 seconds for my exposed skin to freeze.

So yeah, there are days I won't grill for any reason. :D
Unlike propane, you'll never wake up scorched and naked in another county because you mishandled a bag of briquettes.

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Location: Southern Californy
Toby, You're a hero! Your ribs look top notch succulent! :cheers:
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Steven Grilling Guru
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Love your dedication! This is why I've devoted my professional life to writing about barbecue!

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While I have been known to Q in lousy weather, I have never done it in shorts and flip flops :pig:

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