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“Slow ‘N Sear Owners & Fans” Group Feed 2017-03-26T14:26:31+00:00

“Slow ‘N Sear – Owners & Fans” Facebook Group Feed

Here’s a peek at our Facebook “Slow ‘N Sear Owners & Fans” Group.   It’s an active community of Slow ‘N Sear enthusiasts providing helpful advice, sharing recipes, and making everyone hungry with pictures of incredible food cooked with the Slow ‘N Sear.

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3 hours ago

Shayne Stalnaker

I have not tried the baby backs from Costco. They look pretty meaty. Yay or nay? ... See MoreSee Less

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Yay.

Yay

That is what I was leaning towards too! Thank you gentlemen. Father's Day ribs here we come!

Yay! I really like their St Louis ribs

Cooked 21 racks of Costco baby backs for an office luncheon last month. Definitely a yay!

I say yay, just know that they come in packs of three. If you're cooking on a kettle, you may want to use a skewer and make them into rib "crowns" or use a rack.

Definitely a yes on both their baby back and St. Louis cut ribs.

👍

Yay.

I smoked five racks of them a few weeks ago, came out perfectly.

Yay

Yep! They are the only ones I smoke.

Great ribs at Costco...and affordable!👍

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2 days ago

Michael E McNamara

Life comes at you fast. Big ups to Kraig Gelski for the plans. The SnS has a new permanent home. ... See MoreSee Less

Life comes at you fast. Big ups to Kraig Gelski for the plans.  The SnS has a new permanent home.

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dude

Wow that's a lot of 2x4s

Awesome, been wanting to build something like that, care to share your plans?

Nicely done Michael, glad to see my plans go to use other than myself. I'll be helping my brother build one of these Saturday.

About how much money did that cost to build and does it require a lot of tools?

This was my design-build project on Memorial day weekend... pretty happy with result... very functional, and I allowed my Wife to decorate... gotta keep em happy! She helped with the build too!

Are the plans for a 22 or 26 inch grill?

22 but it's easily modified

Aaron Von

Looks mighty fine👍👍👍♨

Can you please send the plans to martyboyette@yahoo.com ? Thanks

Hi Mike, I sent you a message with my email as well... thanks.

That's power!!

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22 hours ago

Jim Duggan

Some Spam on the SnS for sandwiches. Yes I know you may not like Spam or even feel repulsion. Yes I am fully aware it's mystery meat. But smoked Spam is damn tasty **imo**, especially with a sweet rub to get a nice sweet/salty combo. ... See MoreSee Less

Some Spam on the SnS for sandwiches. Yes I know you may not like Spam or even feel repulsion. Yes I am fully aware its mystery meat. But smoked Spam is damn tasty **imo**, especially with a sweet rub to get a nice sweet/salty combo.

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Spam runs thru me like a sword

Hmm...I like spam once in a great while, this looks like an interesting thing to try out! Queue the meme...I like grilling but got bills to pay too! Lol

I like spam! 😋🍖🍖🍖 especially in home made Musubi! I agree with Thomas and a slice of pineapple 🍍 is a winner!

All I can think of is Monty Python . 🙂

Throw a fried egg on top and you're eat'n good!

Wonderful idea. A Hawaiian treasure. Somewhat related, I've got scrapple lined up for smoking.

Talk to me. What's internal temp. I'm all in.

Thanks for sharing! I recently bought a can because I was craving some. I'll cook it soon.

Spamtastic!!!

I like spam but I'm gonna need details on what your shooting for when you smoke it... like are you aiming for a certain temperature or just long enough to get smoke on it since it's already cooked? I gotta try this!

I don't care much for the regular Spam, BUT I love the jalapeno flavored and the pepper flavored that I can get at our local commissary. Excellent on the grill!

Looks yummy! We recently bought a couple of cans of Spam. Never thought about smoking it!

Love spam! I I baste it with barbecue sauce at the end. Delicious!

Spam is already pure salt...!? Lol

If you can find it, get the reduced sodium. I tried it with regular, and even though the rub was low salt, it was way too salty. I want to try bologna soon.

I love smoked spam. One of my favorite sandwiches.

I'm in, sounds like a winner to me!

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6 hours ago

Brian Robert

I've been smoking these chuck roasts every chance I've had since watching Justin's video on YouTube. They are my new favorite for sure! This guy was dry brined overnight and seasoned with Caribeque's big & bold beef rub. Just hit my SnS half an hour ago with some hickory wood! ... See MoreSee Less

Ive been smoking these chuck roasts every chance Ive had since watching Justins video on YouTube.  They are my new favorite for sure!  This guy was dry brined overnight and seasoned with Caribeques big & bold beef rub.  Just hit my SnS half an hour ago with some hickory wood!

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Ever tried Pepper Stout Beef?

you have a link to Justin's video...been wanting to try these.

2 days ago

Dave Clark

Yesterday I came on here looking for some advice on cooking baby back ribs. I received a bunch of replies from members offering their knowledge to answer my questions. I want to thank each one of them for their help. As a result, l cooked a rack that far exceeded my expectations and made my wife very happy with the results. We like ours done differently. She likes hers fall off the bone and I like a bit of tug off the bone. These were perfect. They were right down the middle and just right for both of us.If I hadn't come here for advice, I would have probably overcooked them. I learned a lot just by asking a simple question and I'm glad I did. This site rocks. Kudos to David Parrish for inventing the slow n sear. This makes it so much easier to obtain and maintain temp it's unbelievable. Love it! ... See MoreSee Less

Yesterday I came on here looking for some advice on cooking baby back ribs. I received a bunch of replies from members offering their knowledge to answer my questions. I want to thank each one of them for their help. As a result, l cooked a rack that far exceeded my expectations and made my wife very happy with the results. We like ours done differently. She likes hers fall off the bone and I like a bit of tug off the bone. These were perfect. They were right down the middle and just right for both of us.If I hadnt come here for advice, I would have probably overcooked them. I learned a lot just by asking a simple question and Im glad I did. This site rocks. Kudos to David Parrish for inventing the slow n sear. This makes it so much easier to obtain and maintain temp its unbelievable. Love it!

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That's what we're here for. Glad your cook was a win/win!

Read your post and I to have asked a few questions with great responses also, great site. I will be doing my first rack of ribs this weekend using my SnS Plus I will receive on Thurs. with the same grill and probe you are cooking on. Beer will be Coors Light!!

Sounds like a winning combination to me. Good luck on your cook and let us know how it comes out.

They do look perfect!!

How's that ghost hammer???

They were really good Troy. We both were very happy with the results. It was my first attempt at wrapping them. I'll do it again that's for sure. The only thing I might change would be the spices, but that would only be for experimental reasons.

About 6 of those Stone IPA's and you won't care about a little tug on your ribs. Just sayin'

You've got that right Jeff!! I had 3 and I'm still in a daze. I think they're 6.7% alcohol. Of course I just like the taste........ha,ha

The awesome thing about this group is how we can all learn and try different ways! Thanks for posting your question Dave Clark.

Great job!!!! This group is great for solid information.

Perfect👍👍👍♨♨♨♨

Great choice in an IPA! 🙂

Those look great! What rub did you use?

That's what this group is all about, helping each other put the smiles on our family and friends faces when they taste the delicious BBQ you make

How long was the cook. Mine have been on for 2 hrs and wife gets home in 2 hrs - don't think they will be ready:-(

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