No heat, No meat, No clue...HELP!

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creamator

Newbie
Original poster
Hello from Vancouver Island. i got home from work yesterday, And sitting in my driveway was a "true north" smoker that my wife got from a yard sale. I have never used one and I have NO idea what you could cook or how long you would smoke it for but I have tried smoked Muskie, Salmon, Bamby and Bull winkle. All of them were amazing! I will now rely on the advise I can get from this forum to help me get smokin'!!!! I look forward to chatting with all of you and with any luck I will wear this thing out as I get the hang of it!
Wayne.
 
an awesome place to start would be Jeffs 5 day e-course. It's got a lot of new info for noobs and a lot of great reminders for experienced folks.

Welcome to fht forum! If you can't find something about smoking in this forum, you aren't looking hard enough.
 
Wecome to the SMF, you're going to enjoy this forum. Just keep pluggin' away and follow a few good tips, you'll be smokin' the day away!
 
Welcome aboard Wayne! As Brennan suggested, Jeff's free 5 day e-course is a great place to start. Got questions, just ask... someone will be along to help.
 
Welcome Wyane! There are lots of folks to lend advice and past logs are full of info or just ask!!
 
Welcome to SMF, Wayne. From what I was able to figure, you have an electric smoker. What type of shape is it in and is everything in working order? You may want to visit the Electric smokers section for mor tips and ideas about using you smoker.
 
Welcome Wayne -

If you can eat it you can smoke it! We have alot of folks here with electric smokers they will be able to give you smoker guidence. As for what to smoke, rubs, sauces and recipes we're all here!
 
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