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post #21 of 26

I roll it outside my brick garage and put it under the overhand on my concrete driveway.

Not much chance of a fire unless I forget to punch a hole in the foil I line the bottom of the smoker with.

If it should catch fire the smoker should contain it.

 

At least mine will.



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Originally Posted by Bearcarver View Post

Don't know where you have it, but don't burn your house down---unattended!

 

Bear



 

post #22 of 26

If it was fresh then throw it in the freezer.

If it had been previously frozen I agree with the others - cook it in the oven. No need to so it low and slow - some folks do it hot and fast. It will still be a tasty piece of meat.

post #23 of 26
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Well you guys inspired me to throw it in the smoker after I got home from work. I figured that way I would be able to load wood for 4-5 hours before going to sleep. I'll just suck it up and wake up a couple times to check the temp. It'll make for a good lunch tomorrow!

 

I run the smoker outside on a brick patio and it seems like it will be safe for 3-5 hours unattended.

post #24 of 26
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Originally Posted by bsw50 View Post

Well you guys inspired me to throw it in the smoker after I got home from work. I figured that way I would be able to load wood for 4-5 hours before going to sleep. I'll just suck it up and wake up a couple times to check the temp. It'll make for a good lunch tomorrow!

 

I run the smoker outside on a brick patio and it seems like it will be safe for 3-5 hours unattended.

Great---Just thought I'd throw that in there to remind everybody, because some, like me---have our smokers at a place other than brick.

Mine is on a wood porch, under a wood ceiling, on an all wood log house.

 

Bear
 

 



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Originally Posted by Arnie View Post

I roll it outside my brick garage and put it under the overhand on my concrete driveway.

Not much chance of a fire unless I forget to punch a hole in the foil I line the bottom of the smoker with.

If it should catch fire the smoker should contain it.

 

At least mine will.



Quote:
Originally Posted by Bearcarver View Post

Don't know where you have it, but don't burn your house down---unattended!

 

Bear



 

Just a general reminder.

 

Bear
 

post #25 of 26

Thanks, Bear.

It is always good to error on the side of safety.

I like it when everyone goes to bed with a smile on their face and wake up refreshed in the morning

post #26 of 26
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Thanks, Bear.

It is always good to error on the side of safety.

I like it when everyone goes to bed with a smile on their face and wake up refreshed in the morning



Yup!

 

I like a lot of smoke, but not coming out my windows.eek.gif

 

Bear

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