Greetings from Michigan

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madeinamerica

Newbie
Original poster
Dec 8, 2013
5
10
Michigan
Just wanted to drop in and say hi! I saw bbq pitmasters on netflix a while back which is what first got me interested in smoking. I registered on the forums a few months ago, took some notes, then bought myself an electric smoker - Bradley 4 rack. The temperatures up here have been quite cold making it difficult to attain my desired temps, but I get by alright (aka I finish a lot of meats in the oven). Like I said, I took notes, below you'll find what I've been up to for the last two months.

My first whole chickens:


Made a pot of chili, smoked it for 3 hours, it was delicious:


Did some jerky last night, one rack was my own (spicy) rub, the other was with commercial rub:


Worked on some spares (credit to Johnny Trigg's method) back in December:



Today I did my first turkey - a 10 pounder:



That's it for now, have a great weekend!
 

seenred

Legendary Pitmaster
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Feb 9, 2009
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N.E. Oklahoma
Welcome aboard!  That's some good lookin' Qview...you're gonna fit right in around here!  Nice job...
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chuckles

Meat Mopper
Oct 27, 2013
196
13
Western Illinois
Looks great! I have a Bradley 4 rack Digital. I've found that the wind is my biggest problem with holding temps. I've made a simple wind screen for the vent and put a piece of PVC over the bisquette feeder. Also, when I stop the smoke I put a loose wooden plug in the bisquette feeder. Hope the suggestions help you.
 

gary s

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Jan 6, 2011
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Hello and welcome from East Texas. This is a great site, lots of information and great people that are willing to throw in their two cents worth on about anything.   
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