yes its a packer a small one 6 1/2 pds, the coffee rub was 1/8 cup of cinnaiamon sugar ,which u buy already mix,1/8 cup brown sugar,3 tlbs maxwell house,1 tlbs spoon of old bay, 1 tlbs of colesman dry muataed,that was the base, i used a few more things,but i guess u can use what u like,i liked it
gutiarcook i have the same smoker that u have, and same problem with the regulator,until i caled,they sent me a lower regulator,work good for low temps,but last week it stop working, thought i was out of fuel,so i put the one that came with it,i just have to set it in between high and off to get...
thats what i do work in the coal feilds building stacting tubes and water tanks have work at montcoal know massey very well did alot of work for them,and put put tanks up at the site,if any family on here i send my prayers
does smoke flavor(the chemicals)stick to dry meat surface better or a moist surface better, i dont know if stick is the right word here,but i think u no what i mean,does water in water pan help with smoke flavor
dont get me wrong here i think it says 2-4 hours to overnite so i take that as no more then 8 hrs max just got back from san antinio tx,over 2 months there,job,ate at bill millers bbq,did not like the ribs,got home a week ago,did ribs with a rub the nite before smoke at 240 no foil best ribs...
i am planning on smoking spares monday with the recipe from smoke and spice,it calls for pineapple juice,lemon juice a little soy ,my question is how long before monday to start marinating, 12 hrs 24 ? i wouldnt think to start today because lokks to me alot of acid in the marinade might make it...
the rub was grill mates sweet and smokey from wallmart and the brine was the buttermilk brine i found on this site, i used chisoxjim buttermilk brine,and thanks jim for sharing the recipe,it was mighty tastey
first chicken smoke on my smoke hollow,rub down and ready to go
smoke at 250 and took off smoker into the oven under the broiler for about 15 min here is out of oven and ready to eat,oh yea forgot to say i brine the drumsticks for about 8 hrs