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BBQ Setups

zoe tipsword

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Just curious as to what everyone is grilling or smoking on. I invite everyone to post about their setup and what they like and don't like about it. I want picture of awesome looking grills and smokers and great looking food. Be creative!!

Zoe 
 

zoe tipsword

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I'll just break the ice here and tell everyone about my little treasure, my grandfathers PK Smoker. it's in storage as we are about to move so unfortunately no photo's. It's a cast aluminum all inclusive grill/smoker combo that has seen more holidays than I can count. My grandfather smoked hams and turkeys every year. I've done my share over the years of small things on it like ribs and chicken but it holds heat really well. Right now I'm in the process of talking to the manufacture to see if they'll help me rebuild as some dumb kids wrecked the aluminum tubing stand and the insides are totally worn out. It's the smaller discontinued model that was made in the 60's and so I'm hoping to bring it back to it's former glory. 

 Let me know what you think and tell everyone about your favorite grill/smoker

Zoe
 

areallynicegirl

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I have a little chief electric smoker my dad had in the barn for almost 20 years and NEVER TOOK OUT OF THE BOX! My hubby and I are building an uds, and I have a copper weber named Penny. You know like, (knock knock) Penny? (Knock knock) Penny? (Knock knock) penny?
 

zoe tipsword

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That's really cool and what a cool find from dad's. I've been looking at a electric off and on for some time and well once we move I might bite the bullet and buy one.
 

areallynicegirl

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I love my little chief but it definitely has its limitations. It's great for what it's made for, but if your looking for brisket, ribs etc, the bigger ones like the MES the guys seem to really like. I've looked at a propane smoker, smoke hollow, for a while but I'm in the middle of building an uds and hubby already thinks I'm crazy lol.
 

zoe tipsword

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Yeah once we have a more permanent home I want to build a pizza oven/smoker combo as my dream smoker and attach a Santa Maria style grill for a all in one setup.
 

becki

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Hi ladies, I bought a 30" Masterbuilt electric smoker last month and I really like it so far.  It's very easy to set-up, operate and clean. I love the fact that it's electric with digital heat controls and easy load wood chips.  As I'm getting into it more and more, I see a bigger one in my future.  HAHA  

Here's the picture from the manufacturer.

 

smokingma

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Hello ladies! I just found the group and happy to see so many ladies who like to grill and smoke. Currently I have a Master Forge vertical bullet, a CharGriller duo grill, a Kingsford tabletop kettle and my newest baby a Dyna Glo Vertical offset smoker. My DH does not do any of our outdoor cooking and my son and son in law are only allowed to cook on my grill sometimes. Looking forward to sharing and learning with you..:grilling_smilie:

 
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fischersmokin

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Hi all- We have the Masterbuilt 30" and a homemade offset we bought. But over the next year we are planning on building a reverse flow from a 500 gal propane tank
 

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