Fire and Forget: Insulated Cabinets

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Re: Fire and Forget: Insulated Cabinets

Postby Kiwiruss » Sun Mar 26, 2017 3:55 pm

I love that piece of art.

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Re: Fire and Forget: Insulated Cabinets

Postby COQue » Mon Mar 27, 2017 9:25 am

Gotta get plaque that says Police Call Box!!
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Re: Fire and Forget: Insulated Cabinets

Postby COQue » Mon Mar 27, 2017 3:51 pm

Inaugural cook on my new Lang! Cook times are way shorter than what I'm used to, looks like my ribs will be done 90 minutes sooner :)
Lang 36 Hybrid Deluxe Patio (current)
Texas Original Pits Pearsall 16", 1/4" inch thick, single door, patio (sold)
Chargriller 5050 with OFB (sold)
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Re: Fire and Forget: Insulated Cabinets

Postby COQue » Mon Mar 27, 2017 3:52 pm

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Lang 36 Hybrid Deluxe Patio (current)
Texas Original Pits Pearsall 16", 1/4" inch thick, single door, patio (sold)
Chargriller 5050 with OFB (sold)
Maverick ET-735 Bluetooth, 4 Probes
Famili OT008 Digital thermometer, 2 probes
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Re: Fire and Forget: Insulated Cabinets

Postby bsooner75 » Mon Mar 27, 2017 4:04 pm

Looks like you are breaking it in right!


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Re: Fire and Forget: Insulated Cabinets

Postby COQue » Tue Mar 28, 2017 3:50 pm

Thanks bsooner,

I've got a 1st world problem with 2 awesome BBQ rigs and not enough backyard. Here's a pic of both (sorry I'm technically challenged and don't know how to rotate it). The wife will make me sell one, but I figure I'll probably fire them up one of these weekends so I can get the simultaneous 2 rig experience. I must say that I'm becoming a believer in reverse flow in general, and Lang in particular. Some friends who I've cooked Que for swear up and down that my Lang Que has gone up a level !!
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Lang 36 Hybrid Deluxe Patio (current)
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Chargriller 5050 with OFB (sold)
Maverick ET-735 Bluetooth, 4 Probes
Famili OT008 Digital thermometer, 2 probes
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Re: Fire and Forget: Insulated Cabinets

Postby rus_bro » Tue Apr 11, 2017 8:28 am

I love this thread... March 17th was the first post and March 25th he has a badazz Lang in-tow. And it all started with looking for a setit and forgetit insulated cabinet. THAT is what I love about this place. :)

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Re: Fire and Forget: Insulated Cabinets

Postby COQue » Tue Apr 25, 2017 9:37 pm

Thanks Rus_bro!

Caught the serious bbq bug, been smoking for a few years, but finally got online this winter. You guys have taught me a lot. I feel my bbq has gone way up in quality. Thanks to all for the support. Happy to say 2 of 3 cookers have been sold!!
Lang 36 Hybrid Deluxe Patio (current)
Texas Original Pits Pearsall 16", 1/4" inch thick, single door, patio (sold)
Chargriller 5050 with OFB (sold)
Maverick ET-735 Bluetooth, 4 Probes
Famili OT008 Digital thermometer, 2 probes
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Re: Fire and Forget: Insulated Cabinets

Postby StylishChic » Tue Apr 25, 2017 10:23 pm

COQue wrote:Thanks bsooner,

I've got a 1st world problem with 2 awesome BBQ rigs and not enough backyard. Here's a pic of both (sorry I'm technically challenged and don't know how to rotate it). The wife will make me sell one, but I figure I'll probably fire them up one of these weekends so I can get the simultaneous 2 rig experience. I must say that I'm becoming a believer in reverse flow in general, and Lang in particular. Some friends who I've cooked Que for swear up and down that my Lang Que has gone up a level !!


These BBQ rigs are legends. They are really meant to last forever. You're lucky to have one. :D
What I really like about it is the reverse flow smoke feature though it uses up a lot of fuel. Do you use split logs for the smoker?
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Re: Fire and Forget: Insulated Cabinets

Postby COQue » Wed Apr 26, 2017 9:52 pm

I've found that the Lang takes about 4 split logs to get humming at 240. I then try to stay ahead by putting in a stick every 40 minutes. I find if I wait a full hour then I'm chasing down in the 210 to 220 range. It might be the altitude out here that makes me feed more wood than most would use at sea level. As Far as traditional vs reverse flow, I've found wood use is about the same.
Lang 36 Hybrid Deluxe Patio (current)
Texas Original Pits Pearsall 16", 1/4" inch thick, single door, patio (sold)
Chargriller 5050 with OFB (sold)
Maverick ET-735 Bluetooth, 4 Probes
Famili OT008 Digital thermometer, 2 probes

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