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Thin Blue Smoke

By ecto1, Aug 14, 2011 | |
  1. Here is a prime example of Thin Blue Smoke.....

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  1. kathrynn
    thanks...love that music! Mine the other day had too much smoke...but was that color!
  2. dee004
    I've noticed the lighter smokes always tasted better. This reinforces the learning process
  3. BandCollector
    Wow! I can smell the greatness from here!
  4. samuel
    NOW I see!! I'm guilty of TOO much MASSIVE smoke.Another rookie mistake.THANKS
  5. atlanta stoves
    Not using a true smoker, but my old (1980) charcoal Atlanta StoveWorks grill lets me stoke the fire to one side for indirect heating and adjust vents for lower temps to smoke. I suspect I am using too many chunks of wood since I seem to be sending white "smoke signals" to my neighbors across town. Chunks are not placed on the Mesquite coals, just close by to get em smok'n. In your video, how much wood do you have going to fuel your smoke?
  6. clyde79
    learned the hard way started chasing the white smoke and tossed the first couple smokes in the garbage and that is what caused me to find this site alot has changed since then thank you
  7. ewetho
    Interesting, Got lots to learn by X-Mas
  8. oaklandathletic
    Thanks for sharing..Being a newbie ..That's exactly what I have done....Bellows of smoke.......Again thanks..
  9. michael ark
    Great video loved the music