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Old 11-28-2013, 10:05 AM   #7197
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Step 2 Using Rocky Mutant Smoker - load the good stuff.

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And get the temp balanced out using vents and remote thermometer.
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Then keep temp even adding charcoal and cherry wood as needed. Btw - Baileys and Coffee is helping with the cold, but not much.

Turkey is now reading 52 degrees - only 113 degrees to go. Ambient air temp is 40 degrees and the promised sunshine is nowhere in site. Brrr. Once we get the temp stable - the remote thermometer transmits 300 feet. Plenty of distance to land my mutant tail in the easy chair with the remote.
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Old 11-28-2013, 10:36 AM   #7198
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Happy Thanksgiving all you mutants. I've started a new tradition,
Mr Hanky in " A SOUTHPARK CHRISTMAS"

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Old 11-28-2013, 10:42 AM   #7199
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Happy Thanksgiving all you mutants. I've started a new tradition,
Mr Hanky in " A SOUTHPARK CHRISTMAS"

ON Comedy central right now.
That looks more like the Christmas Poo to me?
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Of all the turkeys in all the world...

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Of all of the images I have saved off this thread to later jigsaw, that has to be the funniest, AND the most mutant. I hope you remember to snap a pick of your Muturkey after it's cooked and before sliced for me.
Anything "They" can do, I can do...sorta. Does this qualify as a Muturkey? Or a Turcon? It's a heckuva lot easier than smearing it all over with butter! I'm all for easy, 'specially when it tastes like...you know.

Cheers, All, and happy Thanksgiving wherever on the rainbow you may be.
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Now back to ketchin' up from last night's mutant musings.
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Old 11-28-2013, 10:53 AM   #7201
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Hay! All of you sick twisted RVMs! Happy Thanksgiving. And dont forget to let the bird chill in the sink for a while! I wont single any of you out on this wonderful day. You are all special to me. Some are special enough to ride the short bus.....with me. My thanks to all for the grand Holiday wishes! Dave
Omg Dave you are one sick twisted Mutant! Who better to be our Grand Poohbah? That pic is hilarious! Picking Barb up off the floor cackling.
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My S-I-L has a cousin in Southern Ontario near Oshawa, who quit highschool much to his parent's chagrin and became a Bass Pro Fisherman. All he does is fish and he wins enough tournaments to live quite comfortably. He was the first to come to mind while watching the video. Becoming a bass pro doesn't require a PHD and is definitely not rocket science and this kid has a huge house on a large tract of land and has never worked a "job" job in his whole life.
Okay, so my son went to Vegas to turn professional poker player. That's after a successful run in IT. We'll see how that works out for him!

Fishing sounds better!
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That looks more like the Christmas Poo to me?
That's the Christmas poo's name

Mr Hanky...
Right now watching a Charlie Manson Christmas!
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Sue what did ya think of the Trail Hawk? We have had ours a week now and we love it!
DH wants me to ask what you did about getting a base plate put on it for towing. With our short schedule, it may not get done before we leave, so we might have to wait till spring to make our move.

We really liked the TH, but would like to test the Limited before making a decision. I'm sure the ride and convenience will match (both superb), but the trim kit may include some surprise and delight features we'd prefer over some of the more off-road features of the TH's package.

Next question: will it be the Granite Sparkle or the Deep Red?

Jeep on!
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DH wants me to ask what you did about getting a base plate put on it for towing. With our short schedule, it may not get done before we leave, so we might have to wait till spring to make our move. We really liked the TH, but would like to test the Limited before making a decision. I'm sure the ride and convenience will match (both superb), but the trim kit may include some surprise and delight features we'd prefer over some of the more off-road features of the TH's package. Next question: will it be the Granite Sparkle or the Deep Red? Jeep on! Sue
I haven't tried getting the base plate for it yet. I'm hoping it won't be hard to come by on this new model.
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Happy Happy Thanksgiving all you mutants.

Gobble Gobble

All this talk of the new Jeep has me wanting to test drive one. What is the ground clearance like? My DW struggles a little getting into our Wrangler with her bad knees.
Hiya Rezman!

The part your DW objects to is exactly my worst complaint. The ground clearance on the new Cherokees looks good, but it's much easier to get into, so it might be well worth a test drive. Those are free. Unless you spring for it.

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Hay! All of you sick twisted RVMs!

Happy Thanksgiving. And dont forget to let the bird chill in the sink for a while!

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I wont single any of you out on this wonderful day. You are all special to me. Some are special enough to ride the short bus.....with me.
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I just about fell off my chair with this one. Made my day!
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I just about fell off my chair with this one. Made my day!
Thanks. It tripped my trigger too! I could not resist.

But I must be fair. I stole the pic from my cousin, who also stole it. :-)

Could be my macot if it would not rot.
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Step 3 using Rocky Mutant Smoker. Check calibration of wireless remote thermometer with against instant read digital - within 2 degrees. All good there. Pork shoulder is above the water pan and temp is not as high as turkey at top. Will end up using grill as a warming station for the bird and move the pork to the top rack to finish off. The bird is smelling and looking great.
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