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  1. Thermoworks smoke but don’t use it for high temps Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  2. I used the surly 1% fork to carve a chicken last night and it was glorious Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  3. I haven't yet. There's a guy on the gomorra subreddit who has offered to provide the download to anyone who asks, but I'll wait for it to come on max. I heard the same about S.3, and it was good, so I'm hoping S4 isn't as bad as people make it sound. Also keeping my eyes open for the L'Immortale movie, which is billed as both sequel to S3 and prequel to the series
  4. The fact there isn't already a 1000 page thread dedicated to Gomorra: La Serie is a gotdamn human tragedy. It is one of the best shows I've ever seen. If you thought the Sopranos was groundbreaking because the protagonist was a sociopath, I present to you Gomorra:La Serie, where there are no discernable protagonists and everyone is more or less murderous, unrepentent, and beyond redemption. That we could spend years across boards and multiple threads hashing over the steaming pile of dogshit that GoT became, and there are like three casual mentions of Gomorra is a travesty. [/sucks te
  5. From now on, things are gonna taste a little freer Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  6. Let’s talk spatulas. My head says made in China combo pack from Amazon but my heart wants a couple America-made Dexter Russells for three times the price. What sayeth ye Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  7. Pork shoulder sliced and marinated overnight. I forgot to order pineapple juice so did Roy Choi’s mojo marinade and tricked it up as a trompo. About 18hrs in the marinade and roasted for about 2.5 The rig is pretty high tech - a heavy gauge stainless skewer I bent into a hook, coupled with a 1/2” steel plate I found in the trash and drilled a hole through to fit the girth. Two more plates below that to create a little gap for the hook so it would sit level. Large egg Probably wouldn’t have taken the length if using the grate so I just set up on the deflector. Carved some pieces off an
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  9. BBQHack shipped and arrived within a couple of days. First impressions out of the box are about what one would expect for a griddle top in that price range. 1/8" steel all around, cross bracing underneath. The build quality appears adequate - it's a little out of square but mostly sits level on the grill top. Seasoned it up over the weekend, then did a trial run with some bacon to get it nice and greased up. Just a minor little third degree burn through the silicone glove just north of the thumb knuckle trying to flip it after seasoning to cook the bacon. PSA - those ribs on the grip of
  10. Thanks for that. Got their gas griddle hack on the way. $119, and was able to use the funny money in my paypal account. That's a win all the way around. A smaller surface area than the others, but that rear grease hole is probably the best solution of the toppers I've seen. Will revisit after some time
  11. Definitely thought of that. The weber grease trap is under the top left of the grill, so I thought I could drill/cut a hole above that corner and just let the grease drain into the grill trap. But it sure seems dumb to have to spend $200+ and then have to cut a hole when I could spend ~$300 and have a whole new toy
  12. I was a short order cook in a former life, and have always loved cooking on the plancha. After spending Christmas week at my inlaws cooking on the griddle top on their indoor range, I've started down the rabbit hole. My current setup is a Weber Genesis 330 NG and large BGE. Have considered the little griddle, and the griddlemaster pro insert. Little griddle grease management seems stupid. Griddlemaster grease managment is non-existent. I would lean towards the griddlemaster and just leave it in the Weber in place of the grates, but the only way to clean the grease is scoop it up with a sp
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