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Hi all! New to smoking in general, I'm from Toronto, Ontario.


I currently use little smoker boxes on my BBQ and have turned out some really good flavours but as you can all attest to I've caught the bug and have a craving to expand my arsenal. I'll end up purchasing something in the spring/summer I was eyeing the WSM's as they seem to get great reviews. I also just posted this thread in the smoker charcoal area http://www.smokingmeatforums.com/t/181605/new-broil-king-propane-and-charcoal-smoker it looks decent as well but is apparently so new Broil King hasn't even posted it on their site. 


Wondering how anyone goes about smoking in the winter, I BBQ year round and we deal with so pretty crappy weather in Toronto. I was going to build a small pergola type cover for the BBQ which would probably accommodate a smoker too but the cold temps and wind might have an adverse impact on temp control. Any suggestions for winter smoking? 




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texas.gif  Good afternoon and welcome to the forum, from a soggy and drying out day here in East Texas. Lots of great people with tons of information on just about  everything.



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Noel, Welcome to the forum. You can use the search bar to research different smokers. As you can see by my location, I don't have any experience smoking in the snow. But I've seen a few posts here from people who did. If you don't get the info you need here, post a question, someone will come up with an answer for you. Happy smokin', David.

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Noel, Don't worry about the cold. I'm doing back bacon right now, just below 0*, and a few weeks ago, I was smoking with the chill @ -47. It can be done!

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