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First Mods done on the New Smoker

johnd49455

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You absolutely are on top of it all
, keep up the good work. You are an inspiration to us all
 

redbrinkman1955

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Hey thats looking great cant wait too see more pics. thanks for all your help.
Good Luck and Good Smoking
 

deejaydebi

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First smoke went well although not a sweet a smoke as I'm used too. I used alot of mesquite beciase it had bigger chunks. Had to add alot of fuel to get the temperature up high enough for a crispy chicken skin. Not bad though. Came out good but I think the hotter temps brought out the bitterness more from the Mesqute. Used a ton of fuel and wood for what I' used to.

Heres the pictures!
1st chicken placed on the smoker with a sprinkle of Jeff's rub
2nd about 45 minutes in
3rd all done and ready to eat
4th dinner finally!
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hawgheaven

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Congrats on your new toy's successful first smoke! Looks great!
 

gremlin

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Debbie ......YOU ROCK
I wouldn't even contemplate doin anything like that..I couldn't cut a straight line with a power saw if you nailed down a 2x4 as a guide and glued the saw to it. Well done.
 

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