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the best diesel engine mack has made was?  

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  1. 1. the best diesel engine mack has made was?

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Done smoked that turkey-kind of blackened,but delicious. Hated to break in a new oven on the Thanksgiving turkey,but I didn't have much choice.This gas oven has a single bottom,where my old electric unit had two bottom panels,with an empty space in between. These pictures show the finished product,plus some extra drum sticks,the fire box,oven smoking, and plattered turkey.The sweet potater pies were delicious too,some of the best i've ever tasted-wait,is this the food forum,or trucks ? Oh...never mind. guess I should've resized my pictures too.

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Thanks Paul,it WAS good! I started cooking it on the lowest rack in the oven,but if i'd raised it up 2 levels,which I had room enough to do, it probably wouldn't have gotten so brown.I put the extra drumsticks on the top rack at first,then flip-flopped them later. I coated it with olive oil and then coated it with a rub before I put it in the oven too,so that's why it's so dark .And even though it looks very well done,i've never smoked a turkey out doors that was dry-it's like it dries or seals on the outside.The first time I ever used one of these ovens I cooked a hind quarter of venison,kind of as a test run.I expected it to be too tough to eat,but surprisingly it was very tender and juicy.I think I cooked the turkey about 5 hrs.before the timer popped up,and I let it stay in a little longer.I like to check it with a meat thermometer too,just to be safe.The old leg bone test is still about the best way to tell for sure if it's done-you grab the end of it and twist it a quarter of a turn and if it feels like it's gonna pull off in your hand,it's done. I made 4 sweet potato pies too,and they were about the best I've ever had.Got 2 of them in the freezer.

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I'm thinking that what we need to do is organize a Mack and cook-out event.

Maybe at Watts Mack's anniversary show in September.

I think it would be blast.

Paul VS

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I'm thinking that what we need to do is organize a Mack and cook-out event.

Maybe at Watts Mack's anniversary show in September.

I think it would be blast.

Paul VS

Absolutely! I'm not much in the kitchen,but when it's outdoors it's a different story-i've got 4 grills,all charcoal,in various sizes,the smoker stove,and the stew pot. My good friend "Big Jim" lives in Reynoldsville,Pa. and he's a master griller-and just happens to have a big brand new gas grill.He would be a member here,but his PC has been down for a long time.He took it in to be checked out and found there's nothing wrong with the computer,but his phone line was messed up,so he just uses his cell phone.If Barry think's it's a good idea to cook out too,i'm gonna volunteer Big Jim to bring his grill. I'll tell Jim he's been volunteered too-he'll think he's back in the Marines.
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I'm thinking that what we need to do is organize a Mack and cook-out event.

Maybe at Watts Mack's anniversary show in September.

I think it would be blast.

Paul VS

Absolutely! I'm not much in the kitchen,but when it's outdoors it's a different story-i've got 4 grills,all charcoal,in various sizes,the smoker stove,and the stew pot. My good friend "Big Jim" lives in Reynoldsville,Pa. and he's a master griller-and just happens to have a big brand new gas grill.He would be a member here,but his PC has been down for a long time.He took it in to be checked out and found there's nothing wrong with the computer,but his phone line was messed up,so he just uses his cell phone.If Barry think's it's a good idea to cook out too,i'm gonna volunteer Big Jim to bring his grill. I'll tell Jim he's been volunteered too-he'll think he's back in the Marines.

Can we convert the mixer to a rotisserie?

Could get interesting.

Paul VS

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