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outta this world .. with my hubs secret seasoning ...  Cooked on my GOSM Used the 3-3-1 with hickory .. I thought I was gonna loose them off the grill

 

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post #2 of 16
Looks good!
post #3 of 16

Lookin Good! How you like that GOSM?

post #4 of 16
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Originally Posted by S2K9K View Post

Lookin Good! How you like that GOSM?



I only got and seasoned it yesterday .. so today was its first trial run .. find a lot of smoke escapes out the front door .. could be sealed other than that it keeps great temps and i did check it with my oven roflmao.gifbefore it was put together I had the oven heated up for dinner and tossed the thermostat right in .. and well the outcome was wonderful ... fall off the bone :)

post #5 of 16

Lookin tasty

post #6 of 16
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 Thanks!
Yes I love the GOSM .. I do think the door could be a little tighter seal wise but other than that the temp is right on ! While we assembled it my oven was on so I tossed the thermometer in the oven before we put it on the smoker icon_biggrin.gif it was within a few degrees . the assembly directions were awesome as well ..

I had a bradley portable before I got this one ... I liked that one just fine till the burner went to junk and wouldn't smoke the wood anymore. I only had that one for a month :( 

Only thing I would change about it is the wood bin .. I would give it handles so its easier to remove empty and fill .. but its not that big of deal ..
it held a good steady temp of around 230 for 7 hours straight

post #7 of 16

Looks very tasty........first.gif

post #8 of 16

Looking good, man I've got to log off. I'm starving right now after perusing these posts. lol, is that sauce your hubby's secret recipe?

post #9 of 16

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post #10 of 16
Ribs looks great icon14.gif
post #11 of 16
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I only got and seasoned it yesterday .. so today was its first trial run .. find a lot of smoke escapes out the front door .. could be sealed other than that it keeps great temps and i did check it with my oven roflmao.gifbefore it was put together I had the oven heated up for dinner and tossed the thermostat right in .. and well the outcome was wonderful ... fall off the bone :)



When I use my GOSM, I use a bar clamp across the top, holding the door in.  That stops most of the smoke leaks on mine.

post #12 of 16
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Looking good, man I've got to log off. I'm starving right now after perusing these posts. lol, is that sauce your hubby's secret recipe?



Yeah I am not even aloud in the kitchen when he is making it .. Sure sticks well tho

post #13 of 16
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I was thinking about getting some High Heat silicone and putting a bead of it around the door ? what do you all think ?

 

Yes ... I am not even allowed in the Kitchen while he is making his Sauce .. sure sticks well tho ..

post #14 of 16

My GOSM doesn't leak much around the door, I get more leakage around the useless thermometer which I'm going to seal. I was getting a lot or grease leakage around the bottom seam where the sides and back meet the bottom so I sealed it with silicone. 

If you seal the door just run a bead of silicone around it, cover with waxed paper or saran wrap and close the door until dry then pull off the paper or wrap.

post #15 of 16
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Never thought about the saran wrap or wax paper that makes a lot of sense !! Thanks S2 think I will give it a shot .. well when the weather doesn't look like its going to rain again ..
 

I shoulda taken a picture of it when it was going .. tho it was pretty windy that day also so it may of forced the smoke out the door .. I will fire it up again maybe today and see just where my leak points are.

 

I have only used it the one time so far so I am sure I will have more leaks that I have to seal also ..

post #16 of 16

Good looking ribs!

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