Just getting started!

Discussion in 'Roll Call' started by bbud55, Jul 27, 2008.

  1. bbud55

    bbud55 Newbie

    Hello, All!

    I have been eyeing smokers for a while now and finally made the step this weekend. I did a couple chickens that turned out very good but ran into some issues with my Brinkmann upright which I found out are fixable/modable. That's great because it is hard on your first try to watch the temp guage struggle to get over 150!

    Anyway, it was a good time and great learning experience. I have already seen fixes for most of the issues on this forum and it seems a wonderful place to meet people and discuss this great subject/hobby.

    I'll talk at you all later!

  2. richtee

    richtee Smoking Guru OTBS Member

    Welcome Brent... that seems to be quite the popular smoker lately... We'll have ya tuning and smoking in short order... carry on, soldier!
  3. cowgirl

    cowgirl Smoking Guru OTBS Member

    Welcome to the forum Brent, glad to have you here.
  4. dennisdocb

    dennisdocb Smoking Fanatic SMF Premier Member

    Welcome to the world of smoke..glad you joined us.
  5. garyt

    garyt Smoking Fanatic

    Welcome to the place where the questions are asked and the answers given freely.
  6. erain

    erain Master of the Pit OTBS Member SMF Premier Member

    welcome to smf!!!!! ck out the free ecourse... jeffs rub and sauce are killer! cant wait for you to share some qview!!!
  7. waysideranch

    waysideranch Master of the Pit OTBS Member SMF Premier Member

    Welcome Brent. Is it as hard to smoke as it is to boil water for us closer to sea level??????????????
  8. Welcome to the SMF! Good people and great info.
  9. oldschoolbbq

    oldschoolbbq Smoking Guru OTBS Member

    Ditto to Rich, welcome and have fun!
  10. doughnutpig

    doughnutpig Newbie

    If you have a brinkmann cabinet style upright then here's the fix...grill wok. I got a stainless basket type wok at Home Depot, fits in the rails perfectly and test fired it at 300 degrees for about 4 hours with no added coals. A little hot but better than 150-175 degrees.

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