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The new smoker is seasoned

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Well I was able to get my new smoker hauled home this weekend I took her for a test drive yesterday. It worked great! The temps were really easy to keep low actually I will have no problem smoking cheese even when using my turkey fryer burner. With the needle valve not even used and the turkey burner turned way down as low as I can get it I can keep it under 200 degrees in the smoker. Today I am smoking two fatty's, some eggs and a stuffed pork loin. I need to get cracking on those but my ambition is pretty low as I look at the thermometer and it says -10 outside. I will get some pics put up of the smoke today. We made some really cheap quick fatty pistons yesterday I will let you know how they work out.
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That's a nice bit of woodworking there! By all means let us know how it works out. I'll be heading home to MO soon and have a wood shop also and was thinking about a smoker I can build and put in my garage (vented of course) for those really cold MO winters.
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With all the insulation it seems to hold temp perfectly. At least in the cold weather. It will be interesting to see what she does in the warmer temps.
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All looks very nice and well crafted like I said before. The fattie piston is really nice and I'm sure it will work just fine.
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Looks great and huge! At -10 you'll need a Turkey burner lol
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