Briskets on a Party?

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Postby RiverCityRub » Thu Aug 14, 2008 5:40 pm

Very nice looking briskets. :wink: Thanks for sharing and you are right that the party is an excellent pork smoker.
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Postby Billm » Wed Aug 20, 2008 10:41 am

I had heard that I may not like the way briskets cook on party when I bought mine and that it was first and foremost a pork cooker..
gotta say the briskets ive cooked on it surpass anything ive pulled off my WSM or my old offset..toatlly happy with everything ive cooked on it
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Curious

Postby RonW. » Wed Aug 20, 2008 12:12 pm

How does the cooker know if it's cooking briskets or pork?

Juat kidding, I think that my Competitor is one hell of a cooker!

5th place ribs at the Royal last year - Fatboy
1st place pork at Smoke on The Water, Pine Bluff this year - Competitor
1st place pork, 3rd place ribs & 4th place brisket at Mt. Morris last weekend on a Fatboy, just to name a few.

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Re: Curious

Postby Billm » Thu Aug 21, 2008 10:43 am

RonW. wrote:How does the cooker know if it's cooking briskets or pork?

Juat kidding, I think that my Competitor is one hell of a cooker!

5th place ribs at the Royal last year - Fatboy
1st place pork at Smoke on The Water, Pine Bluff this year - Competitor
1st place pork, 3rd place ribs & 4th place brisket at Mt. Morris last weekend on a Fatboy, just to name a few.

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I was told that it was noted for pork rather than brisket because the brisket doesnt get that nice bark that you get on other cookers due to the moisture level..I found that to be irrelevant and not necesarily true. Ive found it cooks everything better so far
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Postby KC_Bobby » Thu Aug 21, 2008 11:23 am

Last year's winning American Royal Open Brisket came out of a BWS. The forum's one and only IQue. Forgot if it came out of a Fatboy or Competitor - not that the model matters though.
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Re: Curious

Postby TN_BBQ » Thu Aug 21, 2008 9:26 pm

RonW. wrote:How does the cooker know if it's cooking briskets or pork?


My BWS has a brisket switch on the back. I also have a similar switch on my thermos that lets me keep hot things in it or cold things in it. :lol:
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Postby tbonespecial » Sun Dec 07, 2008 6:48 pm

jrb03 wrote:Here are 4 full packers ranging from 15 - 12 pounds in my Party. Could of fit one more if needed.

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