Laissez les bons temps rouler

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Original poster
Jan 19, 2014
Hello and let the good times roll people! Been smoking for a couple of years now and I must say I'm starting to get pretty good at it but I'm always looking to improve and get even better. Started off with a brinkmann and made some mods to it but I fallen in love with my master built electric smoker hope that's not a sin for coal purist out there. I do use a brine and have good recipe for as well as a good rub to along with it if anybody interested and if you have one as well I'm looking to expand my knowledge. Only question I have at the moment if anybody knows of a real good cleaner for my electric smoker. I scrub that sucker down but every now and then I get the last cooking flavor (which sometimes is not a bad thing) other then that lets keep it up in smoke!!
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