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 on: September 16, 2018, 08:21:50 AM 
Started by Vegas - Last post by SmallBBQr
HARD wood chips and shavings work well, but you DON'T want to use cedar.  Numerous reasons why if you google it.

 on: September 16, 2018, 06:45:06 AM 
Started by McRoots - Last post by McRoots
Good Morning,

Sorry if this has been addressed already but I couldn't find anything when I searched.

I have a BKK 2000 and I would love to add wheels to it.  Buying the wheel stand and spine seems like too much hassle though.

Has anyone successfully added castor wheels to the bottom of their keg before?

 on: September 16, 2018, 03:56:56 AM 
Started by uncle - Last post by uncle
There store bought, I buy the one that has 16 corndogs but they make some with more.

 on: September 16, 2018, 02:01:41 AM 
Started by Vegas - Last post by Vegas
So I've been doing some joinery at home and I have bags full of cedar shavings from a planer.

Do folks use this for smoking? How do you do so as it it extremely flammable and tends to just burn very very quickly.

 on: September 15, 2018, 05:13:35 PM 
Started by Cajunate - Last post by Cajunate

No picture on the Keg. I was listening to the LSU/Auburn game outside and trying the get the Keg going. When it got going it was a hot and fast cook. Lol.........

I could eat probably more burgers then one should eat(not in one sitting but overall)but the wife wanted burgers tonight.

One was dressed with Havarti cheese, lettuce and tomatoes, and the other red onions, Havarti cheese, mustard mayo and catsup.

Both were excellent!!

And LSU won 22 to 21 in the last two seconds!

 on: September 15, 2018, 07:33:06 AM 
Started by uncle - Last post by thedietz
trying to think if i've ever had a corn dog.  Don't think but i checked them out and they sound great. 

I am guessing these are store bought?  I usually like to try to make my own stuff (sometimes store bought is just as good or better) you suggest making from scratch or just buying a box???

 on: September 15, 2018, 07:31:43 AM 
Started by lunchman - Last post by thedietz
Looks good.  Breakfast is my favorite meal!

 on: September 15, 2018, 05:42:41 AM 
Started by lunchman - Last post by lunchman
Thanks! It was good to bring this Keg back to life.

One thing I noticed after yesterday's first burn-in, is it took HOURS for the Keg to finally cool down. Which means I need to do a better job of sealing the lower vent. Because of the additional metal pieces under it which aren't uniformly smooth, I know there are some gaps allowing air to enter once the vent is closed.

What's good about the repair is I can easily remove the SS screws attaching the vent and add some of that JB Weld High Heat Gasket material where needed. It's nice not having to drill out rivets.

If I recall when I first got the Keg I had similar issues until I added sealant around the vent, which wasn't easy since I couldn't get under it. And years of cooks helped also. The Keg is fairly clean at the moment and needs time to gunk up.


 on: September 15, 2018, 05:34:51 AM 
Started by lunchman - Last post by lunchman
During the first burn in of the refurb'd Keg to make sure all was well, I was about to make breakfast indoors on the stove. Wait! I've got a perfectly good stove outside that's up to temp.

These are not the most exciting pics, it's just breakfast. But the Bubba Keg lives on and that's what matters most.

The Keg smokes again -

Potatoes and chicken bacon in the Lodge -

Eggs are on -

And plated -

It's good to have this grill up and running again.


 on: September 15, 2018, 04:50:49 AM 
Started by uncle - Last post by uncle
I really like these, called state fair

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