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A Loaded Wichita, fully loaded

TomCrump

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We entertained the kids and grand-kids on Saturday.

Pork loin, bologna, kielbasa, beans and cherry tomatoes were placed in the Yoder Wichita. This was my second cook on this cooking machine and I am more than pleased with it's capacity and performance.

As what has become the norm, I was too busy to take pics of the finished product, but I did grab a couple pics during the smoke. m_DSCN0840.jpg
 

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Jabiru

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Looks very tasty, a great smoker. I almost bought the Yoder Wichita myself.
 

one eyed jack

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Way back when I first started learning about stick burners, the Yoder Wichita quickly went to the top of my stick burner wish list. Still don't own one. Maybe some day.

Congratulations on your excellent choice of smoker and what sounds like a great family day.
 

TomCrump

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Thanks, guys !

Ya. I'm having fun with the Yoder. There is a learning curve involved, and this was just my second cook. It went far smoother than my first cook, which went far better than the seasoning burn in.

Choosing the Yoder was a process of elimination. In my opinion, it had the best bang for the buck in the size I was looking for. There are a lot of good smokers out there, but this one is the best fit for me.

Family is always good to cook for. They're not afraid to tell you what they liked and what could be improved. LOL
 

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