GMG - Daniel Boone

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Re: GMG - Daniel Boone

Postby JBBQ » 07 Mar 2016, 08:36

https://twitter.com/daft_pork/status/637766415584489472

Just fashion a second shelf and you can do 10 of them
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Re: GMG - Daniel Boone

Postby dancing james » 07 Mar 2016, 10:19

had seen that photo before. am just about to hit the buy button

(then need to explain to the other half how i have spent so much money)
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Re: GMG - Daniel Boone

Postby dancing james » 07 Mar 2016, 22:07

Boone been ordered and should arrive on Thursday

am hoping to try doing smoked pekin duck at the weekend - though lots of prep required (inflating the duck with a pump to loosen the skin, immersing it in hot water and then glazing for a couple of days before smoking.

something akin to this

http://hkklondon.com/cuisine/an-insight ... king-duck/
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Re: GMG - Daniel Boone

Postby dancing james » 10 Mar 2016, 15:14

It has arrived and been assembled.

https://lfgss.microco.sm/api/v1/files/f ... 0d2ee.jpeg

Now cooking lambs breast (rubbed with salt, spices, garlic, rosemary and mustard) filled with a merguez style minced beef (with harissa, paprika, fennel, cummin, fresh coriander, cinnamon).

https://lfgss.microco.sm/api/v1/files/1 ... 55cd1.jpeg
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Re: GMG - Daniel Boone

Postby Tiny » 10 Mar 2016, 21:29

Welcome to the fold soldier, check you have slightly larger trousers as the next few weeks are going to be smoked protein tastic!
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Re: GMG - Daniel Boone

Postby JBBQ » 10 Mar 2016, 21:46

I remember when mine was that clean!
Is that an optional drip tray or the new standard? Mine is a flat sheet of heavy meatal
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Re: GMG - Daniel Boone

Postby dancing james » 10 Mar 2016, 22:59

its the new standard stainless steel 2 part drip tray

the holes can aligned for maximum smoking or blocked off for grilling
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Re: GMG - Daniel Boone

Postby Tiny » 11 Mar 2016, 12:05

DJ,
Other way round old lad, closed when smoking to get a more even heat, open when grilling to let roaring jets of hot smoke through.....Cheers
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Re: GMG - Daniel Boone

Postby dancing james » 29 Mar 2016, 14:33

Think I will have to buy the thermal cover as we are getting through pellets at a high rate using the DB in these colder months.
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Re: GMG - Daniel Boone

Postby JBBQ » 29 Mar 2016, 17:23

good investment chap - mine doesn't tend to need a refill in <5hrs
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