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Thanksgiving help!

daniel cox

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I hope I can ask for advice on here. I'm going out of town for Thanksgiving and the only access I have to smoke my traditional salmon is a charcoal Weber grill. Anyone attempted this? Thoughts?
 

bmudd14474

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You can do it on the Weber. You have a small amount of coals and put it off to 1 side and put the meat on the other side. I would practice with it atleast once to get use to temp control.
 

daniel cox

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I guess my fear is cooking it  too fast. What kind of briquettes  do I use? Regular charcoal?
 

dirtsailor2003

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What smoking temperature are you shooting for
Yep need to know that.

Assuming you want to keep the pit temps below 180, you'all need a small fire. Leave the top vent wide open. Lower vents will be closed except one barely cracked open. Kingsford would probably be your best bet.
 

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