Im back and finally bought....

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OTBS Member
Dec 22, 2005
a smoker!
its about time. a barb-b-chef offset smoker. $250. im going to put it together rigght now, but ill post pics of the process when im all done. its eight o clock, ready, set, go!
OK, go...We're timing you...

Congrats on the new smoker. What are you going to smoke first?
whew, that was long.
took me 3 hours, but im not very good at that kind of stuff. i didnt take pictures, i was way to lazy. the finished project looks good, and i cant wait to fire her up. im seasoning her tomorrow, and then cooking up some ribs on wednesday. seems easy enough, the 3-2-1 method.
It took me 2.5 - 3 hours to put mine together as well. I wasn't in any hurry, just worked steadily.

Congratulations on your smoker, Young'un!

Now get busy and keep us posted!

We're watching you!!! :D

well i had my first smoke, and i think everything went well, especially for the first time....

theres the smoker, hard at work. i was surprised how often i had to add wood to keep a solid flow of smoke, they burnt up quick, even though they had been soaking for a while....
when i went to the store, i saw that there were only 4 jalapenos! i was ticked, but bought them anyways, and made some wayy good ABT's, stuffed with cream cheese and mozarrella, the mozarella was soooo good. its a good thing my dad and girlfriend are picky eaters, i got two, and my mom and brother got one. next time im going to make a ton of these.

the ribs were good, but were kinda wierd, some parts were tough, and some parts were perfectly tender. ill figure that out later. is reader supported and as an Amazon Associate, we may earn commissions from qualifying purchases.

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