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  • Birthday 07/10/1958


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  1. I got the Wancle and love it. I also got the rubber maid 12 quart food storage container. They work great together. Got both off Amazon
  2. So the 263 will drop to a Tier 9. Wonder what they will nerf? And wonder what the new 268 will be like? Guess I better download the test client.
  3. Hey guys, been exploring the web site a bit and reading the forums. Looks like a good group of guys and you seem to have some experienced WoT players too. So I am looking to do some SH, CW's and general clan activities. I would like an invitation, if you want me, to either DHO4 or DHO-X. I am usually on every night after 8:00 CST. If you need me for something before that I can usually make it if I know ahead of time. Anyway, let me know where to go from here. EasyTarget5 is the in-game name.
  4. Got a little over 28k on Ultra with my 1080p monitor. Was like watching a movie. Still think all the eye candy will be distracting and that we will see little benefit. But we will see.
  5. EasyTarget

    Ribs Ribs Ribs

    Mine is very close to Cpl_Maida's. I cook baby backs and I experiment with various dry rubs, but a good go - to is this process: Get a meaty rack of baby back ribs and remove the skin off the back. Coat with a generous coating of Bone Suckin' Rub, then add brown sugar on top of the rub and let the ribs sit for 30 to 45 minutes to let the brown sugar carmalize Get your smoker to between 225 and 250 and use some chunks of Mesquite or Hickory for the smoke in addition to a good quality Lump Charcoal Smoke the ribs for 3 hours, don't open the lid (unless you smoking on something with a lot of air flow, I use a Kamado Joe, Big Joe). If your smoker isn't sealed and you have a lot of airflow you will need to spritz them every 20 minutes with apple juice to keep the outside moist, but try it without doing that first. If you are lookin', you ain't cookin'. Pull the ribs off and double wrap them with aluminum foil with a cup of apple juice in the wrap and put them back in for an hour and a half. Chance are they are pretty much done at this point. You should see the meat pulled away from the bone quite a bit. Put them back on the grill and smoke them for 30 more minutes. Do the Bend test (using your tongs, grip the ribs along the bones and lift the rack off the grill. The end you are not holding should bend down toward the grill and should be just short of cracking open. If yes, they are ready to glaze (optional, but recommended) . If they don't pass the bend test, put them back on and smoke them for 30 more minutes. They are done when they are done regardless of the time. Buy some Tennessee Whiskey Swineapple Rib Glaze and lightly glaze the ribs and leave them on for 15 more minutes. One more thing, I cook mine in full size hotel aluminum pans (Sam's has them cheap). Makes cleanup a breeze and makes it much easier to foil them, you just cover the pan. Just make sure you put something like a cookie cooling rack in the bottom so they aren't setting on the pan. Once I figure out how to post pics I will set you guys up. I love WoT but BBQ is my passion. Enjoy!!
  6. I just got a Sous Vide wand for Christmas. I always reverse sear my steaks, start out on the smoker and cook to about 120 then sear them on the infra red burner on my gas grill a couple of minutes a side. With the Sous Vide, I can accomplish the same thing, but I can have the steaks done whenever I want. I just set the temp to 125 and let them cook for 2 to 4 hours (I like thick cuts). That way it is easy to time the finish with the other sides like Baked Potatoes. Some of the best steaks I have ever had.
  7. Hi Dad's, name is Don but I play WoT under EasyTarget5. I play WoT, I love to BBQ and cook out in general. I am responsible for Supply Chain Management at a medium sized company based in Alabama. I have a daughter, 35, and 4 grandsons, 5, 7, 11 and 13. Don't get to see them as much as I would like, they live in Tennessee and I live in South Alabama, but we get together when we can and stay in touch. I am looking for a new clan. I was reading your recruiting post for DHO-X and was interested. I was impressed by how few people leave your clan. Most clans lose 1 to 5 members a week, but yours seems different. Anyway, I will bounce around in your Forum here for a while then if it looks like what I am looking for, I will request an invite. I don't have great stats, but I am getting better. I made the big mistake when I started playing to just run up the lines and get to Tier VIII as fast as I could in several lines. I ended up with a lot of Tier VIII tanks and very few decent crews. Still trying to recover from that. Looking forward to getting to know you guys.
  8. Thanks. Looking forward to checking you guys out and getting to know you.
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