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post #1 of 14
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My wife and daughter kidnapped my smoker today when I was re-seasoning it...They used it for roasting marshmellows.  There is something absolutely disturbing with these photos.  I was shocked!!!IMG_0983.JPGIMG_0984.JPG

post #2 of 14

You need to take them camping!  At least they didn't pull out the chocolate bars and graham crackers!

post #3 of 14

Heck some people would kill for 2 females around the fire.

post #4 of 14

2 good looking females & a Lang!

 

How could it get any better!

post #5 of 14

LMAO!  My wife often after the smoke and feed will roast a mallow or 2 in my firebox as well.  Hey, if momma happy daddy happy! 

post #6 of 14

They are going to tell you that what they did falls into the multitasking program. Reseanoning and making dessert. 

post #7 of 14

Great pic.  And I bet my kids will be doing this as well.

 

I'm about to buy a Lang 36" (hopefully next week) and I am trying to decide where to use it at my house.  I'd love to have it up on my deck, but am concerned that it would be a fire hazard to have a stickburner on a wooden deck.  Have you had any problems before?  Any close calls?  Any others keep their stickburners on the deck?

 

Thanks for the info and happy smoking (or marshmallow roasting).

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Originally Posted by hwynboy View Post

My wife and daughter kidnapped my smoker today when I was re-seasoning it...They used it for roasting marshmellows.  There is something absolutely disturbing with these photos.  I was shocked!!!



A mom and a teenage daughter getting along!!!  icon_lol.gif

 

or your seat cushion upside down? th_dunno-1[1].gif

 

 

Just kiddn looks like a fun time!

 

My daughter is 19 and made smores in the fire box at the last cookout because we was under a burn banicon_lol.gif

post #9 of 14

Mom and teenage daughter getting along,  now thats funny!

 

post #10 of 14

Dude that is awesome.

post #11 of 14
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No issues with the firebox on the deck, when I'm putting wood in the smoker, I'm  there and when I get the fire started I'm there.  Those are the times when the box is open...when I'm not there the firebox is closed.  So no issues.
 

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Originally Posted by wordpictures View Post

Great pic.  And I bet my kids will be doing this as well.

 

I'm about to buy a Lang 36" (hopefully next week) and I am trying to decide where to use it at my house.  I'd love to have it up on my deck, but am concerned that it would be a fire hazard to have a stickburner on a wooden deck.  Have you had any problems before?  Any close calls?  Any others keep their stickburners on the deck?

 

Thanks for the info and happy smoking (or marshmallow roasting).



 

post #12 of 14

I'd worry more about an ember popping out and and leaving a scar or burn mark on the deck then I would a fire, unless there is room for the ember to fall through the cracks and start something you can't see.  May consider picking up a piece of thin wonderboard and placing it under the firebox.

post #13 of 14

That's to funny!

post #14 of 14

Good thoughts on the deck - thank you.  I'm glad to hear that the deck is a possibility for placing the smoker.  Just placed my order for a Lang 36 today.  Hopefully I can get one in this production run and can be smoking for Labor Day.  Slight chance it will be a few weeks more though.  Can't wait to put this thing to use on some mean marshmallows (I mean, brisket).

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