Re: Propane versus Electric?
- From: bbq <bbq936@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Mon, 16 Jan 2012 10:08:49 -0600
On 1/15/2012 10:42 PM, Kent wrote:
It depends. What am I cooking? What are my other options for that day? What rub am I using? Has the meat been marinated properly overnight in my garage? Did the squirrels find it and nibble away at a snack?
"Sqwertz" wrote in message news:17dfxjm9i3mbe.dlg@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx
On Sun, 15 Jan 2012 15:10:35 -0800, Kent wrote:
After living with my Weber Smokey Mountain for the last two years I've
decided, in the peri-geezer phase of life to get something easier. I just
spent an hour cleaning the Weber and getting it started for two baby back
Have any gone to gas or electric and have recommendations? Have any
electric Masterbuilt or the propane Great Outdoors Smoky Mountain?
Thanks for any thoughts.
My thoughts are -
You have a bunch of hair-brained ideas that you will never attempt nor
complete. Your ideas will live on in infamy.
Which actually isn't to bad, all things considered. We will refer to
your techniques often.
Try to respond to my reasonable question, rather than glorifying
yourself with you comments.
Again, if you were going to not use charcoal, and you wanted to cook low
over wood, what would be your choice?
See, lot's of questions to be answered first.
An old Indian term for poor hunter...
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