Hello all brothers and sistas.
I came across a little tank and figured I hadn't built anything fun in a while, so I made a cottage mini reverse flow.
3 day build time. I'm painting it tonight and have the thermometer and lavalock on order.
Hey guys. Last night I scored a 100 gallon 3/16" pressure tank and 2 60 gallon compressor tanks.
Going to build the two little guys to finance my trailer build.
These won't be as fast as my last build.
Sorry, its a 180 gallon and two 60 gallon tanks
Got a 10lb brisket, looked good.
Shaved it down to a good fat cap, washed patted dry and left in the fridge over night.
630am smoker alight.
730 brisket on.
Ran steady at 230-260f all day with minamal wood.
Wrapped in parchment paper at about 12pm,
It was about 155 and stalling...
Hey there guys. I've been smoking and making smokers for a few years with good success.
My son has a project for school and it involves welding!!!
I've made a reverse flow from scrounged parts and was great, although I was made a offer I couldn't resist, so it's sold.
I want to make a copy...
Hey guys, i have question with regards to fuel, I have a fairly large RF offset i built myself, im used to using charcoal in a basket on my cheap little charbroiler offset i started with. now with my big one it takes soooo much charcoal and time to get it rocking. perhaps i should be using...
I did a whole bird on the weekend with this marinade that turned out amazing. I find sometimes a salt brine changes the texture of the meat, this marinade produced a amazing bird.
4 cups buttermilk
1 cup Tabasco or equivalent
1tbs each pepper, garlic powder, onion powder, paprika, and salt...
Ok, so I posted a while back about starting my first rf offset, things are progressing well, I just want to check with some gurus about the opening from the fire box to the cook chamber. i still have yet to install the baffle plate but im concerned that the opening i cut may be to big? any...
So here we go. I found a cheap offset on the road one day, made a few mods to it, got good with it and consistently make great food. I'm ready for the next stage in my smoker life.
I made a 18x18x15"h out of 1/4 steel with a 3/8 bottom fire box, and found a old hot water tank at the dump...