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Smoking in the rain?

post #1 of 8
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Can it be done? If so, how?

 

Thanks,

Steve

post #2 of 8

Keep the Smoker under some cover and you can.  Hmmm how about a patio cover?  Are you using an electric?

post #3 of 8

Get one of those portable canopies if you dont have a deck or an overhang or something to put it under.

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Originally Posted by stevetheteacher View Post
 

Can it be done? If so, how?

 

Thanks,

Steve

Yes it can be done LOL

 

post #5 of 8
When I lived at the Oregon coast if I didn't smoke in the rain if only get to smoke a couple days a year! Some smokers do better than others in the rain. The WSM family rocks it in the rain. Just smoked a bone in turkey breast a day ago in a complete down pour. The Mini-WSM rocks in the rain. I put my iGrill in a plastic bag to protect the transmitter. Other than that I did nothing else special. Smoker ran at 350 for the 2.5 hour cook. At the end of the cook I closed down all the vents and let the smoker sit in the rain. Easy peasy!
post #6 of 8

two words....DRY WOOD!

 

It can be done and I have done it many times....but you gotta have dry wood.

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Originally Posted by hwynboy View Post
 

two words....DRY WOOD!

 

It can be done and I have done it many times....but you gotta have dry wood.

Haha, so true! I have struggled with soggy coals bc I left the bag on the ground more than once.

post #8 of 8

I've not had any trouble with rain, but I was using charcoal and wood.  May need to keep a close eye on things, but otherwise not any different than any other time.

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