The burn ban was lifted earlier this week so I fired up my Oklahoma Joe's offset smoker and had an awesome dinner last night! Battery was dead on the camera so no pre-prep pics, but I do have the end results. Two whole chickens 225 for 3.5 hours I decided to do pull chicken and it was falling of the bone juicy! This is only one of the two chickens. One of the slab of ribs. cooked 225 for 5 hours. I decided not to do the 3-2-1 method, Just sprayed it down with apple juice one every hour. Here's one with it cut up. It didn't last long, but I have a 2ND slab for today's lunch! All plated up wit some potato salad, and corn casserole, Dang almost forgot the sauce, but once that is done there's no pics cause I will be eating! The next two pictures came out blurry. 7.5lbs pork butt that will be devourer today's lunch! Cooked it at 225 for 14 hours. This pic was before I had foiled and placed in the cooler for 4 hours. I had to again explain to the wife it isn't burnt... It's called a bark and has tons of flavor! All pulled, bagged, and ready to the next meal! And this conclude my presentation of a man who longed to use his smoker for an entire summer!