New here, looking for some advice.
Found the forum because I was researching the Landmann Kentucky Smoker. Homebase have a good deal on it, just under £100
I've heard there are mods which can make this smoker better, I wanted to know specifically what these are? is it mainly around sealing gaps?
So that was my initial question, but then reading the forum, there's a lot of guys who smoke on weber kettles, which I already have.
57cm kettle premium, it's 10 years old, but still got life in it, I've used the charcoal baskets to cook on it via direct heat, and then placed some wood chipping's directly on the coals, which has worked okay. I want to start doing large brisket, pork cuts and slow cooking/smoking them, which is why I was looking at the Landmann
I usually cook for a maximum of 8-10 people, and would like to smoke our christmas turkey this year, so any tips from the weber guys out there on how to maintain heat and slow cook for a long period of time. So far I've just been using a chimney and adding coals as the temperature starts to drop.
Therefore, based on the above, is it worth investing in a cheap offset, or should I keep on with the weber, and potentially upgrade to a WSM if/when I need more space, and can commit more money?
Lots of questions, a little bit rambled for my first post, be great to get your thoughts.