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Brisket on a stick burner

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Here is a couple pics of a brisket on my Shirley Fabrication smoker/cooker. I've never cooked solely with wood alone. Let me first give a few pics of my cooker.



The craftsmanship and quality in the cooker are amazing!
Edited by PapaDon - 9/20/15 at 7:58pm
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I know the slice is thick but it's my piece.
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Leftover burned ends, reheated. Yum!!'



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That's my kind of slice!  :drool:

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Good looking Brisket Papa.

Question about your smoker - how do you like it? Pretty easy to keep temps?

Have you used it in cold weather yet?

I've heard a lot great things about the smokers from Shirley, very impressive. That's actually the model I was looking at on their website.

Just wondering your thoughts.
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Congrats on the new smoker and on that brisket  Nice job  points1.png

 

Gary

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Question about your smoker - how do you like it? I just got it and I love it so far.
Pretty easy to keep temps? Yes, no different and in some ways easier than charcoal. (Note: this is not a "set it and forget it" type of rig.)
Have you used it in cold weather yet? No but I plan to. I cook all year around. My cutoff is anything below zero, I purchased the insulated firebox to help.
I've heard a lot great things about the smokers from Shirley, very impressive. That's why I purchased one. True American craftsmanship.
That's actually the model I was looking at on their website. Go to the Facebook page to better see up-to-date builds. They are custom units and they can make whatever you want.
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