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Newbe Camp Chef Woodwind 24 WiFi Pellet Smoker Owner

jmarch313

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I'm a new Camp Chef Woodwind 24 WiFi Pellet Smoker owner and so far I really love it, but I need to learn more about how to work with it.

Can someone recommend the best cookbook for use by a new smoker guy with a new Camp Chef Woodwind 24 WiFi Pellet Smoker?

I see some pellet smoker cookbooks that are over 10 years old, and other cookbooks specify other brands of pellet smokers.

Is there a cookbook that will really apply to me?

Thanks for your help!
 

mike243

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recipe's from any outdoor smoking /cooking book works well, this works like any other smoker heat and smoke, read some of the posts in the pellet section , they all work about the same as far as cooking, just remember the lower the temp the more smoke they produce, I run several hours on smoke setting then turn up the temp in order to get done at a certain time. I use remote therm to keep track of temps in smoker and food so with wifi you have that ability also
 

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I don't know of any pellet smoker cookbook, but as Mike suggested, if you find a Recipe here that sounds good...It can be made on your cooker. Check out disco disco threads, he has a Ton of Recipes he cooked on his Pellet Pooper. Lots of other guys, including Mike243 above, have Pellet smokers and post recipes as well...JJ
 

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Try the basics (pulled pork, chicken, ribs and brisket). You can use any of the methods shown in the forums just do a search for each. Also, ask questions and you will get lots of advice (sadly some conflicting)!

Also, most things you can do in an oven can be done in a pellet smoker so try experimenting with some of the recipes you already like.

If you have any questions I can answer, I would be pleased to help.
 

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The newer posts aren't there as they have stopped the ability to edit old posts on the site.
You might check with Brian on this. I have a Recipe list that is several years old and I edit it with no issues. Now, some time ago, the original thread got really long and I was not able to add any new recipes. I just started a second list of recipes, below the first using a reply...JJ
 

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You might check with Brian on this. I have a Recipe list that is several years old and I edit it with no issues. Now, some time ago, the original thread got really long and I was not able to add any new recipes. I just started a second list of recipes, below the first using a reply...JJ
I suspect you can edit as a staff member. I did contact about this but was told I would be able to do it later.
 

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Interesting. I didn't know a problem existed. I'll make inquiries and let you know what I find out...JJ
 

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disco disco Try editing again...JJ
 

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What P Polekitty said.

If you go to Camp Chef's websight (can't remember if you have to subscribe or not) you will find a lot of useful information regarding your smoker as well as many recipes with instructions for smoking on their smokers. They will also email you recipes from time to time.

I have a Woodwind as well and am very happy with it.

Also, don't forget to register your Woodwind with Camp Chef so your warranty remains active.

Good Luck,

John
 

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