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    Grill rib rack flipping fail - GIF

    WARNING! WARNING! GRAPHIC CONTENT! Flipping meat with a fork plus a grill rack with overly wide spaces combine for a tragic fail.




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    Meanwhile the vegans/vegetarians reading this thread are all busting a gut...

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    Oh, the humanities!

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    Oh, the humanities!

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    Judging by the amount of naked rib exposed, that meat had been on there for hours! One reason I always use large tongs when open flame smoking.

    I will see if I can dig up some of my hog roasting pics: Portable pit built from 3 courses of cinder blocks lined with HD Aluminum foil. On top, two grates made from welded rebar with a whole split pig sandwiched in between. I left the edge bars a foot longer than the frame for handles to flip the whole pig that sat on top of the blocks... OK, now I'm hungry and wanting to do another hog roast.


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