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I just purchased a great outdoors propane smoker from Walmart. I am looking forward to learning how to smoke brisket,pulled pork,ribs, and maybe even ham. I guess my next step is to do the 5 day course.

Any other suggestions would be appreciated. Anyone who has this smoker please give me your thoughts.


post #2 of 15
Greetings Mike!
Lots of folks on here by you, they will be on soon to say hello!
Hey try Jeffs rub also it is a great rub to have...
Happy smokes!!
post #3 of 15
Welcome Mike. This forum will get you there. Follow some of the methods and you will produce great smokes right if the bat. Good luck.
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Thread Starter 
thanks for the welcome
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WElcome... glad you found us!!
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Welcome tot he SMF. Plenty of folks using GOSM's, and they can help you with most any question that you have. All you have to do is ask... my friend.
post #7 of 15
Welcome to SMF. This is THE place to be.
post #8 of 15
welcome to smf, the gosm will do you many fine smokes. cant wait to share some with you!!!
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Welcome also, its a great place to learn!!
post #10 of 15
Welcome to SMF from another Floridian!
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welcome to the forum... the gosm rules--lots of us have them........
post #12 of 15
Welcome from West Palm Beach, Next week I'll be liveing in Sebastian. This is a great place to learn and lots of GOSM users here, as well as myself. Any questions just fire away, you will always get an answer. Go season that cooker and jump in.
post #13 of 15
Ditto on the seasoning. I love my GOSM. I dont know how much experience you have with grilling or cooking in general, but if you do not have a digital probe thermometer you will definitely need one. Also, an oven thermometer is nice to have on the shelf that you are using to cook on. I do not rely on the thermomoeter in the door for my cooking temp. I would try a pork butt/shoulder or some ribs (or both, lol). Brisket can be challenging. Just make sure you read a lot about how others have smoked the different cuts of meat and you will be fine. The most important thing is practice and good tools. You already have a great smoker, so you are half way there. Dont be afraid to ask questions, everyone in here is so helpful and willing to answer any question.

Good Luck!
post #14 of 15
Welcome from another floridian. Great people and advice here.
post #15 of 15
Welcome aboard and congrats on the new smoker................
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