What's Grilling/Smoking?

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Ware wrote:
Sat Jul 17, 2021 6:48 pm
Did some pizzas on the Big Joe DōJoe. They turned out pretty good.

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Do you make your own dough? If so care sharing the recipe?

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DR_GREENTHUMB wrote:
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Ware wrote:
Sat Jul 17, 2021 6:48 pm
Did some pizzas on the Big Joe DōJoe. They turned out pretty good.

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Do you make your own dough? If so care sharing the recipe?
Yes - I use the ATBBQ recipe shown at the beginning of this video:


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Picked up a Chargriller 980 last weekend. It's a gravity feed charcoal smoker with a 16lb hopper.
Did the initial burn and a couple rounds of seasoning between storms this week. I smoked some sirloin and picanha for dinner, as well as some Spam, because why not?
8lb butt on there now for an overnight cook.
So far she holds temp like a champ.

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I smoked a couple tri tip roasts on the Yoder YS640 yesterday.

I honestly don’t know if I’ll ever do another brisket again. These things are just too easy.
  • Virtually no trimming, just season them and throw them on the smoker.
  • At 2-3 pounds each, you can easily smoke them in an afternoon.
  • The texture and taste is so close to brisket that most people would never know the difference.
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Second brisket on the Camp Chef. Parents came up to see the grandkids, so I honored them with beef.


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Ware wrote:
Mon Aug 23, 2021 9:24 am
I smoked a couple tri tip roasts on the Yoder YS640 yesterday.

I honestly don’t know if I’ll ever do another brisket again. These things are just too easy.
  • Virtually no trimming, just season them and throw them on the smoker.
  • At 2-3 pounds each, you can easily smoke them in an afternoon.
  • The texture and taste is so close to brisket that most people would never know the difference.
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@Ware Grew up on Santa Maria style Tri-Tip and BBQ.

https://www.santamariaelks.org/santa-ma ... e-barbecue
https://www.texasmonthly.com/bbq/santa-maria-style-bbq/

When you have a chance try the Pinquito Beans, Garlic Bread, and salsa to go with the Tri-Tip.

https://susieqbrand.com/santa-maria-sea ... seasoning/
https://susieqbrand.com/santa-maria-beans/

By the way, you got a good price. Costco in DFW area was $12.99 this week.
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@rob13psu That Brisket looks great.

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Pork Butt on the Recteq 590

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I did a 7lb pork butt on the rectec too. I started it last night at 10pm. It was done at 8am. It was earlier than what I wanted.

How do you manage to keep the grill so clean?

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I have a couple tri-tips on the Kamado Joe.

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