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  1. I have that knife also. You can pay £90+ for just a rotisserie kit for a kettle grill so this seems like it might be a good buy. You could probably swap the battery motor out for a mains one I reckon. Posted this in reply earlier but seems my post has gone?
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    Short ribs

    I think one of my favourite cuts to smoke as they are so easy. Couple of chunks of cherry wood in with the charcoal and smoked on the kamado for around 6 hours, temp kept between 250 - 280f. Smear of hot sauce as a binder then liberal coating of salt and pepper. Spritzed a few times with water during the cook, no need to mess about with short ribs I think.
  3. Cheers for the link, my old one had a crack in it and had to open it a couple of times for it to turn on. Got one of these delivered last week.
  4. 4 bone pork loin joint from John Davidsons. I had this uncovered in the fridge for 24 hours to dry the skin out. Scored it and gave it a good dusting of salt and seasoned the meat. Weber set up for indirect cooking (cooked this all indirectly). Started it off skin side down for around 20 minutes then stood it up with the skin facing the coals until 140f internal. Grilled some courgettes and baby leeks and did some sweet and sour peppers. Also made a salsa verde. Crackling was fantastic and pork really juicy.
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    Tacos

    Tacos last night, flank steak from John Davidsons rubbed in A&O The General, seared on the kamado. Made a pico de gallo and pimped some salsa from a jar with some chipotle paste.
  6. I tend to heat it up before applying, in my mind adding a cold sauce to hot ribs seems the right thing to do, whether it makes any tangible difference or not I'm not sure. Certainly makes a thicker sauce easier to brush on. Also I'll more often than not add the juices from the foil wrap to the sauce as I'm warming it up.
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    Pulled pork

    Remove the rind yes. Depending on how fatty it is beneath you might want to trim it down a bit but not essential. Shoulder will have enough fat in it to keep it moist, the rind will just go flabby at low smoking temps. Save it to make crackling.
  8. I've been getting mine from John Davidsons online lately (St Louis cut), they have been spot on so far, very meaty and the racks have been consistent in quality. You need to get better chops! 😉
  9. What type of ribs have you been cooking? That they're turning out dry suggests cooking too long perhaps? Do you wrap them at all? 3-2-1 is this magical method that gets bandied about but I don't particularly subscribe to it myself, I tend to go by how tender they are getting during the cook and judge them that way depending how far you want to take them. Thinner ribs I'd probably go 2-1-1/2 maybe. Thick spares or St Louis ribs probably smoke for 3, then wrap for 1 then check how they are. Bend test, probing with a toothpick/probe and bone pull back are good indicators of tendern
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    Ribeye

    Uruguayan black angus ribeye, roasted pepper salsa, thyme roasted baby spuds. Really good flavour from these steaks and the salsa was lovely considering I was just using some bits up I had lying around, will make that again.
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    Chicken Shawarma

    Olive wood is a lovely mild smoke and I love it with chicken, kind of has a soft edge to the smoke flavour.
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    Pork chop

    House to myself yesterday and a big old pork chop from John Davidsons to cook. Put it on indirect whilst I cooked some sweet and sour peppers in a skillet, then finished over direct for a bit of char. Also grilled a few courgette slices. Had some chimichurri left over so rude not to.
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