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The dry-out syndrome

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OK I'm not talking meat here. I am talking YOU. If there is one thing I hate is cooking in the heat and getting dry'd out. Not just a beverage(or many) either. My face, head, and neck feel just hot and dry when smoking, or even over a gas unit. Yesterday while smoking I kept going to the water hose at least 5 times every hour to wet my head, face, and neck. I ended up with a slight sunburn on the back of my neck. Today I wet my head and face.....then I took a large towel and wet it good with water from the hose and draped it over my head and neck while I cooked chicken. I re soaked it as the towel got warm by the sun but it did the trick. I keep a cooler of ice and beverages for when I am smoking because I know I will be out there a while. Am I alone here?

post #2 of 8

AMS, I leave my smoker in the garage so I stay out of the elements!

post #3 of 8
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careful.....I know a guy that died from this and his garage was open.

post #4 of 8

​They sell small canopies, I have one over my BBQ area.

Works for keeping the rain off too.

 

Richie

 

 

 

post #5 of 8

I keep my smoker on my front porch, with a roof over it.

 

If you got your neck burnt, thats what happens when you smoke meat-----It's just the Birth of another Redneck!!:eek:

 

That's not a bad thing----It comes with a lot of Great "Q" !!!Thumbs Up

 

 

Bear

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it was worth it!!! :drool:

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Ribs Look Real Nice!!!:drool

 

You burnt your neck smoking them!!

 

I could easily burn my tongue testing them for you!!PDT_Armataz_01_12.gif

 

 

Bear

post #8 of 8
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I like this idea....I can add water misters around it. hmmmmm

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