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How long too season SRG

a g k

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  Hi all and Merry Christmas.  Just received a new Char-Broil SRG & want to use it for Christmas Day meal. Did quite a bit of browsing on forums, but didn't find much. Anyone with a SRG have any info, I would appreciate any & all comments.

  Alan
 

uncle eddie

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I would season it for a few hours - at least 2 hours after it reaches temp - but 3 or 4 hours would be better.  Too short could be bad - too long is never a problem.  Run it hot at the beginning too to get any "doesn't-belong-in-the-smoker" fumes out.  Good luck and enjoy!
 

skidog

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After rubbing the rack, grate and both sides of the insert I think I just ran mine on high for maybe an hour. Ran it until it wasn't smoking anymore. Used vegetable oil.
 

skidog

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After rubbing the rack, grate and both sides of the insert I think I just ran mine on high for maybe an hour. Ran it until it wasn't smoking anymore. Used vegetable oil.
 

a g k

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Thanks Uncle Eddie & SkiDog for the replies. Did as you suggested & then did the first cook on a small prime rib that we got at a reduced price. Didn't want to experiment on a expensive prime rib. Turned out great. 

  And Merry Christmas to one and all.

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