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I've been smoking and making jerky for years with different equipment never anything serious. However last week I walked in to deal on a Cres Cor (70"H 26"W 30D $40.00) commercial food warmer that I have since converted into a true smoker and me and my son want to smoke anything we can find. We've done jerky and a pork shoulder and will do chickens tommorow any tips are always appreciated. I put a electric heating element in for convience while I'm at work but it's a crude set up at best. As I said any tips or comments are appreciated.


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Welcome Dave. Nice to have such a tasty and fun hobby to do with your son.
Lotsa people here who are more than willing to give lots of advice. Only thing we ask in return is for maybe a little Qview every now and then.
Happy smoking.
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Dave welcome to SMF glad you joined us. Post some pics of your smoker we like to see custom jobs. You'll find lots of good info here. Have fun and happy smoking
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Glad you found our little corner of the web. You'll find answers to just about any question you may have, and some you never even thought of asking, on here. Look forward to seeing some pics of your custom smoker and what kind of 'Que it produces.

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Welcome fellow smoker. You will find a lot of good stuff here at the SMF.
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Welcome to the SMF. Glad to have you aboard.
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Welcome to the SMF Family, Dave. Glad to have you around to share some smoke with us.

Looking forward to your future posts and qvue! icon_smile.gif
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Welcome to SMF. There's lots of great info here, all you need to do is read and ask questions. The people here are friendly and love to share their knowledge. icon_smile.gif
post #10 of 18
welcome to the board! would love to hear some details on your build and some pictures for sure! Illinois here, where in the midwest are you from?
post #11 of 18
Hello Dave, and welcome to the SMF. There are plenty of folks here who will be able to offer many good suggestions for your projects. Enjoy.
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Looking forward to some pics! Welcome to the forum.
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Welcome Dave! Glad you found us. Congrats on a great find on the food warmer. I have wondered how good those would work for smokin'. I'd love to see some pics of your build.
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welcome Dave show us some pics. of your build and i'm sure we can give ya lots of ideas.icon_idea.gif
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Welcome to the board!!!!! Check out the free 5 day Ecoarsse on how to smoke meat. icon_cool.gif
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Welcome! One of my favorites(lately), and a real easy smoke at that, is the "Seared Chucky" or Chuck Roast. There are a lot of examples in the beef forums. Best of luck!
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What is it with labs? My friends lab has devoured his back yard. His grill is now missing a shelf. His fence is gnawed. His tree is gone. Wow!
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Welcome to SMF Dave! Please share some pic's of your smoker when you get a chance. I've been looking around locally for a warmer/ proofer but haven't found one yet.
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