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Be Inspired. This Thing Is Fired.

Tuesday, April 5th, 2011

I hope all this great weather is making you really itchy to fire up and make some ‘que.

If your barbecue has gone to the birds, don’t let that keep you from grilling up some burgers for dinner or smoking some good old butts this weekend.

It would be great if a brand new cooker would keep looking like new, but it’s certainly not the case. Paint peels, metal rusts, stainless steel turns nasty looking, and grates get cruddy. A dirty grill or smoker can be depressing. If yours is in a mess, you know what I mean.

Thankfully, a little scrubbing and polishing and painting can make a real difference. Even then, you might need some inspiration.

Here is a collection of pictures from picnics and cooks we pulled off in the last year. I am running behind in publishing them, so I packed some of the best ones into a photo gallery for you to enjoy.

Be inspired.  :)

Please leave a comment to let me know what you think.

Lavern

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Smoked Briskets and Pork Butts

Monday, May 25th, 2009

What a day! We finally got some time to do some serious smoking again. We fired up our Meadow Creek TS60 BBQ Smoker and smoked some beef briskets, pork butts, a whole hen, and chicken breasts. We ate the hen at noon and had pulled pork and brisket for dinner this evening. Amazingly delicious!

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Wondering how we smoked the brisket? Check out my guide on how to smoke a brisket, including a free brisket rub recipe.

Hope you enjoy the photos. Leave a comment and let me know what you think.

Happy queing,

Lavern

My New Photo Galleries

Tuesday, March 24th, 2009

Have you seen the engaging photo gallery slideshows I added to my website? I posted a delicious collection of appetite-stirring barbeque meat photos, some behind-the-scenes shots from Meadow Creek’s shop, and a whole bunch of custom BBQ trailers built by Meadow Creek Welding.

Check them out here:

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Let me know what you think. I enjoy hearing from you!

Happy quing,

Lavern Gingerich

PS. If you have any questions about which cooker and options will work best for you, please don’t hesitate to call Marlin toll free at 877-248-7753.

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