And you got time to homebrew, WOW!!!! Very nice DS!
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An 8# bone-in pork butt. Pecan smoke for 17 hours un-foiled to 200F. Foiled when removed from smoker and wrapped in towels then placed in unlit oven to rest. Will pull when reaches 160F. A green chile vinegar sauce for the meat.
The smell is incredible.
It is a sad comentary on our society, while I watch Bayou Billionares.I'm nominating the Red Riding Hood joke for thread best. That is hilarious.And here I thought it would have been better posted in the "idiotic social commentary" thread. It started off fine, but maybe if it had been 1/4 as long it would have continued to be amusing
Agreed. I kept trying to find the joke there.
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Beautiful color man!
Q. What's the difference between a fox and a pig?
A. About 4 beers
I got the Acer Iconia A500 about six weeks ago. Which one is yours?
With a usb hub I plug a keyboard and wireless mouse into it. Then I use a $3 walmart foldable picture holder to hold the tablet upright.
Damn thing is pretty polished. Fast and snappy. Battery lasts a long time. Wifi and Bluetooth works flawlessly. Plug it in via HDMI and I'm looking at the tablet on my 50" flatscreen.
Could replace my laptop. Almost.
It is measuring the heat at the front part of the chamber, to describe it it is like a hair dryer from hell. the glass of the chamber holds alot of heat so I think the beans get the actual heat but more of a wash of heat rather than the constant of a oven or the like. Like brewing beer it(time and temp) depends on the process.I rely on the thermometer on my roaster, gene cafe.
I think crack depends on the process rather than the temperature, but we are roasting in a differernt way. An apples to oranges roasting method.
I see, your roaster is probably measuring the temp of the roaster rather than emerged in the beans. I can certainly see that being much hotter than the bean temp.