How about elevating it on a nice storage box for sundries and for "no stooping" comfort? Better than legs.
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Thanks! I will have it smoking 25 pounds of bacon in a few hours. Since most of it was build from leftover items, I probably have around $175 into for plywood, aluminum and casters. Most of the other stuff was scrap I had lying around.
Bacon is smoking. First real workout for the new smokehouse!
AMNPS fired up and ready to go with apple pellets:
Although there shouldn't be much, if any drippings with this cold smoke, I found the perfect cover for the AMNPS...a piece of 8" aluminum step flashing: 45 cents at Lowe's.
Bacon is on the smoker. This is 25 lbs...I have room in here for a lot more meat at one time:
TBS from the AMNPS:
Since I have plenty of apple given to me; instead of lighting the AMNPS at both ends, I decided to fire up the Smoke Daddy. I have found if you load it right, you can also get a TBS from the Smoke Daddy as well.
You can barely see the smoke:
Thanks. It's a Smoke Daddy smoke generator http://www.smokedaddyinc.com/ . While the AMNPS is foolproof, and the Smoke Daddy has not gotten the best of reviews from others. It can put out a ton of billowing, white smoke (not good) I have found that it works very well if you load it right. I use two or three pieces of charcoal, then a layer of small wood chips and then I fill it with small chunks, mixing in a piece of charcoal here and there. It allows me to use the free wood that I have.