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First test run of the GOSM

post #1 of 10
Thread Starter 
My 30th birthday is coming up weekend after next, and my wife has invited 15 people already to come over to the house (supposed to have been a surprise). Plan is (so says the wife) to smoke meat for everyone with my new GOSM. So I had better get started practicing! Didn't have much time, so grabbed some wings on the way home. Here are the preliminary pics. Smoking with apple chips (since that's what I have on hand).
post #2 of 10
Your pics look great ... one big problem ... what's everyone else gonna eat icon_question.gificon_lol.gif
post #3 of 10
Thread Starter 
My wife already ate, so she'll get to sample one and the rest are for me! There are already a ton of things I know I could improve for next time (having the smoker up to temp before putting the meat in, having chunks instead of a VERY small handfull of chips, etc.) I still need to do practice ribs, brisket, pulled pork, and salmon before 2 weeks from now. Too much to do! Pics of the finished wings to come shortly.
post #4 of 10
Congrats on the new GOSM packrat. You're starting to sound like Chris Harper when he started. I think he smoked everything he could fit in the smoker... I think maybe his neighborhood is missing some cats, dogs, and a couple of elderly people... not sure.

Keep posting those glamour shots of your food... we love it

Keep Smokin
post #5 of 10
So ... are you happy with the way the wings turned out? icon_smile.gif
post #6 of 10
Packrat -

It's pretty typical on you first smoke to get so excited you forget a few things (like starting the smoker first) it'll be more natural the next time. They do look good though!
post #7 of 10
Thread Starter 
Here are a few pics of the finished product. I know for a fact that I put too much rub on them, and my temperature control was pretty poor. I figured, though, that since I usually just bake my wings with some rub on them, they'd be better on the smoker no matter what temp I cooked them at (slightly lower temps, plus some smoke). Result? Fairly good, but I know that I can do better. The wife thought they were good, so I guess that's what's important.
post #8 of 10
Those look pretty good. I have a GOSM also, and you will find the learning curve to be a very small one. It is a very decent smoker. I couldn't even tell you how many butts and ribs I've done on it. Keep plugging away. Once you cross over to the dark side, there is no going back.
post #9 of 10
looks good - it's like all things, practice makes perfect & burn more if it don't... i have no clue about gas or electric smokers - but it will come
post #10 of 10
Looks very good. I have a GOSM as well , very easy to use. I glad you got the bug it is a lot of fun and you can so many people happy with the good eats. Enjoy yourself and please keep posting pics!!
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