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post #21 of 29
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JIRodriguez, 's is right, sometimes you just want to cook a chicken or one rack of ribs with out going all out.

 

Thats why I built these little ones,

This one is 12" dia, does two buts or chickens, and really does cook great.

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This one has a rotisserie, kicks but for a Turkey

 

Both of those look like really winners.  Do you have plans for these or did you just "wing it"?  How are they configured internally?

post #22 of 29

#22 just has a flat 3/16" reverse flow plate, its just something I free hand put together one saturday,

 

#20 was a little more planed out, wanting to try out a lot of ideals on.

 

Like top load basket door,

 

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vent style with ashpan

 

and here is the reverse flow plate before it was finished, remember its just a 30lb propane tank.

 

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post #23 of 29

I took #22 over to my Moms last week end and showed her how to do a Pork Butt,  had a 8lb butt and a 4 lb chicken on there

post #24 of 29
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But when its party time, you got to break out a pit!

 

 

There's only one problem with this pit, ITS NOT MINE!!!!!!!!!!

 

That is one perty pit!

post #25 of 29

Could be, I need a reason to build the next one, I cant justify having two, so Id probably let it go real cheap.

post #26 of 29

Roadtrip to Orlando WOOHOO

post #27 of 29
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Lang website:

The DELUXE includes a warmer box for additional smoking and slow cooking capacity. The unit is on a backyard patio cart.

 

Is the "warmer box" a cold smoker?  Or does it just maintain temperature?  What do you use it for?

 

TIA,

Sid

post #28 of 29

Most cooks I know use them to stage food thats near ready while clearing up room in the cooking chamber. Especially when using the "crutch" method.  Prepared food like beans, mac n cheese, greens, etc can be brought to temp. with out fear of burning in the warmer box as well.  And if your rebuilding the rear end in your 67 chevelle while smoking some ribs, well you can use it as a bearing heater as long as no one see's you do it.  Dont tell no one I told you that though.

post #29 of 29
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 And if your rebuilding the rear end in your 67 chevelle while smoking some ribs, well you can use it as a bearing heater as long as no one see's you do it.  Dont tell no one I told you that though.

 

ROTF.gif  Good southern' engineering where I came from .......

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