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First Smoke on new RF Smoker

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Finally got a chance to fire up our new RF Smoker this weekend. This was our first time ever using an offset stick burner. We cooked 2 butts and a whole chicken. I gave some of the pulled pork to a friend which landed us a catering job for a "sweet sixteen" birthday party later this year. We used all Hickory, no charcoal, wanted to see if we could do it the old fashioned way. Overall, I would say it was a big success. Thanks for all the good info. on this site!

 

Michael

 

TBS

kept her between 225 and 250

she liked a wide open vent

nice smoke ring

post #2 of 5
Nice looking smoker! That PP looks good too.
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good lookin smoker and food! I like those gauges, I think those are the ones I'm going to go with on my build the black face on a black pit just makes it look like it was ment to be haha.

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What brand and model is your smoker?
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Made by a local but also a member here, Cauble's Custom Fabrications LLC , Salisbury, NC. See my first post, lots of pictures. He ships also.

Michael
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