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post #41 of 46
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Originally Posted by FWIsmoker View Post

Good I'm glad you have the steamer. Personally I'd use only the steamer tray for one level cooks and add the steel one for 2 level cooks. You should NEVER need the tera pot when using that steel pizza pan. You'll be able to load your basket higher when you're only using the steamer.

I can't believe how good that thing fits!
I can attest that I'm the middle of winter having the terra cotta pot is essential to using the mini work we'll. especially in high wind conditions. So don't go losing that saucer yet. Course it probably doesn't get that cold in Texas.
post #42 of 46
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Dirtsailor2003:  In the winter, with the cold wind and weather coming off the Rockies you can freeze your buns off in Texas.  BTW:  Bend, OR is one of the most beautiful areas in the world.  We lived in Oak Harbor, WA (Whidbey Island) for 11 years and love the Pacific NW.  Thanks for the heads up - will hang onto the Terra-Cota Dish.

post #43 of 46
I lived by Oak Harbor too! Loved that area. My winter smokes will be under cover in the garage blocking wind and snow. No snow covered smokers for me!
post #44 of 46
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Originally Posted by Texas Ray View Post

Dirtsailor2003:  In the winter, with the cold wind and weather coming off the Rockies you can freeze your buns off in Texas.  BTW:  Bend, OR is one of the most beautiful areas in the world.  We lived in Oak Harbor, WA (Whidbey Island) for 11 years and love the Pacific NW.  Thanks for the heads up - will hang onto the Terra-Cota Dish.

Bend is hard to beat! I grew up there, spending my summers in Depoe Bay Oregon, fishing! The best of both worlds!
post #45 of 46

I have to say, I have been remiss in my duties as a son-in-law and touting the success Ray has had with these little smokers!  As one who has benefited from their use, I can fully attest to the quality of the ribs that came out of this little thing!  Pop made two different style of BBs in that thing and they were excellent!

 

For what little money and work that went in to the mini WSM it is nothing short of amazing what they produce!  I'm kind of glad one of them stays here with us when they head back home to Texas!  Make no mistake though, ours will have a different paint scheme...

 

Maybe something pretty like this...

 

post #46 of 46
Mac it's ok..I have some Gold paint you can use! ;)
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