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Passing it on

NoCoPK360

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I'm getting rid of my trusty Weber Smokey Mountain cooker this weekend. I am from Texas originally and spent several years in Kansas City during high school and college. When I moved to Colorado I was extremely disappointed in the lack of good bbq. We have a few decent places here and there, but it's just not popular here (we have killer Mexican food though!). I decided about 12 years ago that I would start making my own and picked up a WSM. It's been great and made a lot of great meals for friends and family. I finally gave in and bought a pellet grill a little over a year ago and although I don't think the flavor is as good as what the WSM produces it's much less hassle. A couple of months ago I picked up my first offset. That has been a game changer nothing else compares. I still like the pellet grill for convenience but if I have time it's going on the stick burner. I also have a couple of charcoal grills so the WSM just isnt' getting used. A friend of mine is moving and has talked to me about getting a smoker for quite awhile so I'm donating the WSM to him. I hope it has many more good years of use they are a great product that make good bbq in reach of just about everyone.
 

Hamdrew

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as long as itll get used (and if needed, have the ability to use it, im guessing), you're probably helping put good food in more people's bellies. that is always good; cheers to you.
 

JLeonard

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Way to pass it on brother. Now to get him on here so he can show off what hes doing with it.
Jim
 

sandyut

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Passing it on to another person new to smoking is a great plan. you are a good man. I started on a WSM, learned a lot with it.

I lived in Denver for over 20 years...BBQ there was always just meh. Never found anyplace that as good. There was a Brothers near my condo, they were hit or miss, started pretty decent but slipped and I stopped going.
 

SmokinAl

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Nice job giving it to a friend, I have given away much of my equipment, or discounted it so much I was just about giving it away. But I won’t give up my Lang, that will go to my Son, or Grandson. To me there is nothing more satisfying than tending to a fire, drinking a few beers & having the neighbors over for BBQ. It’s hands on with the Lang, and I like that better than set & forget. However I have to add that I use my Smoke Vault more than the Lang. Especially for short smokes like wings, or ABT’s, when it’s just Judy & me.
Al
 

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