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Original poster
Feb 9, 2007
Hi ,Iam Tom and I am from Northern illinois and i have been reading this sight for a while and decided its time to start talking to you all . I have a brinkman water smoker and a smoker made out of a 250 gal fuel drum. I just started curing my first batch of canadian bacon and cant wait to try some other suggestions I have found on here
Welcome Porkn, glad to have you joining in.

You've been checking things out already, so I guess I don't have to tell you we would love to see some pics

Good luck on your canadian bacon, let us know how it comes out.
Welcome to SMF porkn. Glad to have you here. Good luck with that Canadian Bacon, bring some pix if you can

Keep Smokin
Welcome Tom -

Canadian Bacon huh? Sounds like you've got a bit of experiance behind that smoker! 250 gallons man these hugs tanks are poping up everywhere!

Just curious - how much fuel does it take to keep as beast like that going for a full smoke?
actually deb it doesnt take much of fuel at all, when I do briskets or pork i usually cook them for 14-15 hrs and I only use 2 1/2 to 3 bags of charcoal
boarcephus I am not to far from you, I am from just north of Freeport
You could probably fit a whole cow in there at one shot huh?
2 1/2 to 3 bags is about what I've used in my ECB all winter long. Sure would be nice to cook everything at once though ...

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