BBQing Reefers - What's on your grill/smoker?

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Hey guys over the last few weeks I have noticed a lot of the reefing community is into my other love, BBQ. On our local SoCal forum we had a 5 year running thread where people would show off the grills, smokers, and of course, meat! Since that forum is now dead, I thought it would be cool to make one here and lets just keep it going for as long as the embers burn!!! This is your chance to show off your skills since it's a lot easier to take good BBQ pics as opposed to good coral and fish pics.
 
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This is your chance to show off your skills since it's a lot easier to take good BBQ pics as opposed to good coral and fish pics.
No orange filters needed for this shot :D

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I have a small traeger and a pit barrel cooker. The PBC wins hands down. Low tech buts seriously set it and forget it. Many with the fancy stuff (and I am certainly a gadget guy myself) might [emoji90] [emoji90] a PBC but until you see how easy it is to cook up four juicy whole chickens or two butts AND ribs simultaneously with no need to watch the temp, you might be a convert.
 
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