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Old 05-20-2013, 03:38 PM
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Best portable grill I've seen, John! Brilliant!
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Old 05-20-2013, 03:48 PM
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Best portable grill I've seen, John! Brilliant!
Thanks, Peter. I'm setting up a company to sell them. They're not too hard to build, and the raw materials have been amazingly easy to find.


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Cool! When you're done cooking, put out the fire, load the bricks in the wagon and roll it off to the next picnic.
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Won't the bacon fall through?
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...naaa, get the long streaky bacon, but the onions will be a bit tricky
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Old 05-21-2013, 02:22 PM
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Rutager, the only way to cook bacon with wood is in a Traeger pellet grill or other indirect heat smoker. I'm afraid John's cooker would melt from the heat of the fire resulting from dripping fat.
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I'm afraid John's cooker would melt from the heat of the fire resulting from dripping fat.
That's beauty of my idea, repair and/or replacement is no big deal.


Smoking bacon on the popular Yoder YS640:




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Jacko9,

Color me stupid but I would think that the flavor of the champagne would be going up to the white oak. How does the white oak add to the flavor of the champagne?

Fred
Fred, Probably has something to do with the tannins in the white oak, all I can say is try it out and tell me if you taste a difference.

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If you get a reply from him now, that'd be amazing. (And quite welcome)
Fred passed last month.
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If you get a reply from him now, that'd be amazing. (And quite welcome)
Fred passed last month.
Sorry - Old post didn't know he moved on.

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