Hey Grim, you have got to get one of these.......

Kathy S.
on 11/8/17 7:13 am - InTheBurbs, XX
RNY on 08/29/04 with

HW:330 - GW:150 - MW:118-125

RW:190 - CW:130

Grim Traveller
on 11/8/17 8:03 am
RNY on 08/21/12

My heart just skipped several beats.

6'3" tall, male. Maintaining a loss of 280 pounds.

Highest weight was 475. Consult weight 04/12 was 411. RNY on 08/21/12 at 359 lbs. Current weight 195.

M1 -24; M2 -21; M3 -19; M4 -21; M5 -13; M6 -21; M7 -10; M8 -16; M9 -10; M10 -8; M11 -6; M12 -5.

Kathy S.
on 11/8/17 8:58 am - InTheBurbs, XX
RNY on 08/29/04 with

HW:330 - GW:150 - MW:118-125

RW:190 - CW:130

VSG on 12/10/13

I know Grim's the handy sort, here are some instructions for making an enormous pig grill in the backyard!

https://gizmodo.com/5987009/the-easy-cheap-way-to-build-a-ki ck-ass-bbq-pit-in-your-backyard

I am the master of my own regain.

Author of the Five-Day Meat Test

Grim Traveller
on 11/8/17 10:05 am
RNY on 08/21/12

I'll build it. You bring the pig.

6'3" tall, male. Maintaining a loss of 280 pounds.

Highest weight was 475. Consult weight 04/12 was 411. RNY on 08/21/12 at 359 lbs. Current weight 195.

M1 -24; M2 -21; M3 -19; M4 -21; M5 -13; M6 -21; M7 -10; M8 -16; M9 -10; M10 -8; M11 -6; M12 -5.

JuniperBerry
on 11/8/17 11:32 am - MA

Can we integrate this into our fire pit table set?

  • 4'11"
  • High Weight before LapBand: 200
  • High Weight before RNY: 160
  • CW: 117
  • below goal in 9 months

cc583
on 11/8/17 3:19 pm - Middletown, CT
VSG on 09/28/16

This is awesome! Wish I had the room for one these suckers! I already have 5 smokers and 3 gas grills! Grim, I would love to see you build this! :)

5'5" HW: 484, SW: 455, CW: 354

Surgeon, Darren Tishler

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Brown

on 11/8/17 4:24 pm - Brooklyn
VSG on 04/25/14 with

Wow 5 smokers? I guess I know whose house to swing by for a bbq!

Hey, I'm curious, did you ever use the method that was on Hells Kitchen? They had an episode where they had these fire pits & they put planks of wood like hickory or cedar over the fire coals & cooked the meat on top to capture the wood scent.

It looked really interesting, never saw food cooked this way b4.

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cc583
on 11/8/17 4:43 pm, edited 11/8/17 8:49 am - Middletown, CT
VSG on 09/28/16

I saw that episode as well. Yes, I have used that method quite a bit to cook Salmon. I've used it over live coals and on a propane grill. I think they had the planks too close to the fire but that's just my opinion. The purpose of this method is to char the planks a little so it both cooks and smokes the fish.

Here's a pic of some of my grills and smokers. It doesn't have all of them but you get the idea.

Edited to add more pics.


5'5" HW: 484, SW: 455, CW: 354

Surgeon, Darren Tishler

T Hagalicious Rebel
Brown

on 11/8/17 4:53 pm - Brooklyn
VSG on 04/25/14 with

Cool!

No one surgery is better than the other, what works for one may not work for another. T-Rebel

https://fivedaymeattest.com/

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