Newbie from B-Ton

Discussion in 'Roll Call' started by kenjunior, Apr 22, 2008.

  1. kenjunior

    kenjunior Newbie

    I'se here!

    New smoker over the weekend. What's better? It wouldn't fit in the car with the 2 kids, had to leave one kid at the store! LOL

    Naw, we really thought it would fit in the trunk but it didn't so one kid rode on mom's lap for the 1+ hour trip home while the other was SQUEEZED in the back seat with the smoker. Guess we should have drove the truck?

    Its "seasoned" and ready to be USED! Will hopefully start something tomorrow just cause I can.

    KJ
     
  2. eureka smoke

    eureka smoke Newbie

    Welcome to the SF. I would like to suggest some chicken quarters for the first smoke, but you are in the right place to gain some great information... Searcch the forums, and ask some questions and sit back and get ready to learn. Have fun and post some pics. We love to see what the others have done. Good Luck.... keep it thin and blue!
     
  3. geob

    geob Meat Mopper SMF Premier Member

    I'd smoke anything that is not living and not frozen for the first time. I'd have plenty of beer and have smoke you could just see. That way the neighbors don't know whats going on.
    Welcome the the SMF, it's a great place to talk smoke

    geob.
     
  4. sumosmoke

    sumosmoke Master of the Pit OTBS Member SMF Premier Member

    Hey KJ - welcome to the SMF Family!! Glad you've joined us. Is this the first time you've smoked meat? If so, I highly recommend Jeff's 5-day free eCourse on smoking. Here's the link to register:

    http://www.smoking-meat.com/smoking-basics-ecourse.html

    Good luck, and look forward to your future posts, and q-vue!!
     
  5. kookie

    kookie Master of the Pit OTBS Member

    Welcome to the site..............What kind smoker did you get? ................Lots of great info here and people.............
     
  6. kenjunior

    kenjunior Newbie

    Masterbuilt Digital Electric.

    Samsclub. Toyed with the Cabelas Maserbuilt one but it was quite a bit smaller. I can do 2 turkeys plus a little if I need to. Cabelas one may have done 2 baby turkeys. Just thinking a head, may never have a need to do 2 turkeys but hey, size matters, <grin>.

    Have smoked meats a little in the past with the old fashioned monster on wheels, too much wood eaten up in one of those bad boys for an occasional (weekly) feast.

    KJ
     

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