Cornish game hens with peach glaze, smoked over cherry wood. Barbecued at 275°F in the Weber Smokey Mountain Cooker. Sweet, spicy, and delicious! Puny poultry packs a powerful punch! Read The Article.
BURN TEST: 1984 KINGSFORD VS 2020 KINGSFORD
Sherman, set the Wayback Machine to 1984. Let’s conduct a burn test of 1984 Kingsford versus 2020 Kingsford. Which lights faster? Which burns longer? Which produces more ash by weight and by volume? What are the differences in the composition of the ashes? We’re going WAAAY down the rabbit hole on this one. Enjoy! Read The Article.
ADDING CHARCOAL MID-COOK TO THE WEBER BULLET
This video explores options for adding charcoal mid-cook to the Weber Smokey Mountain Cooker when fuel is running low. Topics include how much fuel to add, whether it should be lit or unlit, and a demo of two “MacGyvered” solutions for adding lit charcoal through the access door. Watch The Video.
RUNNING PROBE WIRES UNDER THE WSM LID
Here’s a quick tip for how to run thermometer probe wires under the lid of the Weber Smokey Mountain Cooker that does not bend the wires, extending the life of your thermometer probes. Watch The Video.
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