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  1. swamprb

    **Pellet Pro Stacker Ring for Weber 22" WSM conversion**

    This kit really works! Assembly is as easy as the demonstration video, and I now have a true dual mode Pellet / Charcoal fired smoker grill. Like Dennis says in the video, "stop lookin' and start cookin'!" and thats what I've been doing. 180* on the Smoke setting for some fresh...
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    PNWBA Cooking & Judging Class Portland OR 3-14

    The Pacific Northwest BBQ Association (PNWBA) would like to invite you to the Grand Champion Pitmasters BBQ Class and BBQ Judging Class to be held in Portland Oregon March 14th. http://www.pnwba.com/ We are offering current KCBS CBJ's a $15 discount to learn the new Scoring system and Rules...
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    Enterprise Sausage Stuffer

    I found an old Enterprise No. 25 Sausage Stuffer, Juice and Lard Press that is in pretty decent shape with all the parts. I did a search of the site and see a few others are still using them. I broke it down and bead blasted it, seasoned it and its ready to roll! Chop-Rite still makes parts for...
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    Pics from the Pacific Northwest Eggfest

    I cooked 5 dozen chicken thighs at the first (hopefully annual) Pacific Northwest Eggfest Sept.15th and would like to share some of the good times!
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    Ugly Drum Smokers

    I built these based on the Big Drum Smoker design and these suckers ROCK! I have two 38" drums with 2 grate capacity and a 34" with one 22.5" grate. Direct heat-NO waterpan, steady temps, excellent results and easy to use! I personalize mine with Weber lids with dome thermometers, but the drum...
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    Drum Smokers and my first competition

    I did my first BBQ competition, The Evergreen State Championship at Alki Beach in Seattle WA. Sept. 22-23. I used my homemade Ugly Drum Smokers for the four meats. I did this solo and my goal was to have fun and NOT finish in LAST PLACE! I accomplished that and finished 28th out of 34 teams! My...
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    OH NO! Not another Drum Smoker!

    I thought I'd share some pics of the first drum smoker I built using recycled grill parts. I used a 18.5" Weber kettle for the fire bowl, four 4-hole daisy wheels for intake vents, a 22.5" cooking grate and a Weber vent in the lid. It worked great and held steady temps for over 13 hours in below...
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    Drum Smoker

    After fighting my Silver Smoker on Saturday, I needed to relax and do some Q'n on the Drum. It's a 38" tall steel barrell with two 22.5" cooking grates, most of the time I only use one grate but today I loaded it up with two 8lb butts and then a few hours later laid down 4 baby back racks and...
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    New Braunfels Silver Smoker

    I just finished up the NB and did a few mods, baffle, lowered the vent, raised the fire grate, built a basket, added some wheels, thermometers at grate level, new handles and table slats and a paint job.
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    WSM Side Table mod

    I did a couple mods to my WSM and thought you all might want to have a look. I added the Genie garage door handles to the center section and they were begging to serve a dual purpose. I wanted something to put my remote probe and thermometers and maybe tongs or gloves on. Nothing heavy mind you...
  11. swamprb

    Cherry and Oak moulding for smoke?

    Any thoughts pro or con about using unfinished cherry moulding and oak trim for smoking? Or how about using it as a heat source with some lump in an offset?
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    New Braunfels Silver Smoker

    I may purchase a used (@4yrs) NB Silver Smoker. Are there any modifications or upgrades that can be done to it or things to look for when buying a used offset smoker? I'm not all familiar with them, but the price is right and it could be a good starter pit for me. Any help or input appreciated!
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    New to Forum

    Hi all! I'm swamprb and I just found this site. It looks like there is something for everybody here so if its OK I think I'll hang around awhile! I started smoking salmon on a Little Chief about 13 years ago then I found a Large Japanese Kamado at a garage sale for $15, I used it mostly as a...
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