Been agonizing over this for months but I've decided to add an horizontal offset wood/charcoal burner to my repertoire. My GOSM is serving me very well but I feel I'm missing some smoking skills by using only propane for fuel and I have a lot of oak and cherry wood on hand to use up. This weekend I'm going to pick up a Char Griller offset at Lowe's and see what I can do with it. Been reading about all of the mods that I'll need to do to get it purring. I don't want to sink a lot of cash into an upscale brand until I know I'm skilled enough to justify it. All comments and advise are welcome. I'm sure that the GOSM will get plenty of use in the colder months or when time is an issue.
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4/3/08 at 9:58am