Was reading the manual online for a product I'm interested in, 2 things stood out to me - WTH??

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Bigheaded

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It's a Cajun 2.5 gallon propane deep fryer, the manual's 1st page is advertising other things they make, okay fine. Here's what confused me

They have an express smoker they claim can cook multiple racks of baby back ribs in 35 minutes. A rack of ribs in 35 minutes, really? I guess if I cooked them at 700f in my Gravity they might be "cooked" in 35 minutes, but they'd also be burnt beyond recognition and inedible. So I thought maybe I just read it wrong and went back to page 1 to re-read. And sure enough, I misread it.

“Cajun Express Smoker“ The fastest smoker around! With the Cajun Express cook multiple Racks of Baby Back Rims in 35 Minutes!

This is copy and paste, so the manual that comes with their products actually says Baby Back Rims lol. Maybe it's the couple of IPA's I've had but that made me chuckle. But back to the 35 minute cook time, how the hell's this possible? I know they wouldn't come out good, but is it humanly possible to even do this?
 
It's a Cajun 2.5 gallon propane deep fryer, the manual's 1st page is advertising other things they make, okay fine. Here's what confused me

They have an express smoker they claim can cook multiple racks of baby back ribs in 35 minutes. A rack of ribs in 35 minutes, really? I guess if I cooked them at 700f in my Gravity they might be "cooked" in 35 minutes, but they'd also be burnt beyond recognition and inedible. So I thought maybe I just read it wrong and went back to page 1 to re-read. And sure enough, I misread it.

“Cajun Express Smoker“ The fastest smoker around! With the Cajun Express cook multiple Racks of Baby Back Rims in 35 Minutes!

This is copy and paste, so the manual that comes with their products actually says Baby Back Rims lol. Maybe it's the couple of IPA's I've had but that made me chuckle. But back to the 35 minute cook time, how the hell's this possible? I know they wouldn't come out good, but is it humanly possible to even do this?

That's their pressure smoker. There has been a couple threads here about it. Appears to work to some degree.
 
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CES-9 Cajun Express Smoker
$1,506.00

(Plus Shipping)PROPANE TANK NOT INCLUDED. USER FRIENDLY ASSEMBLY.
  • Fastest smoker in the bayou!
  • Able to smoke baby back ribs in 35 to 40 minutes, or a whole brisket in 2 hours
  • Works off of a patented smoking process utilizing a pressure/vacuum regulator. The regulator varies the PSI inside the sealed cooking chamber, breaking down the connective tissues in meats much faster. This gives you fall off the bone tender meat in world record time!
 
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CES-9 Cajun Express Smoker
$1,506.00

(Plus Shipping)PROPANE TANK NOT INCLUDED. USER FRIENDLY ASSEMBLY.
  • Fastest smoker in the bayou!
  • Able to smoke baby back ribs in 35 to 40 minutes, or a whole brisket in 2 hours
  • Works off of a patented smoking process utilizing a pressure/vacuum regulator. The regulator varies the PSI inside the sealed cooking chamber, breaking down the connective tissues in meats much faster. This gives you fall off the bone tender meat in world record time!
OK.
Looks like an explosion waiting to happen LOL!
 
I was considering getting one some time ago. Seemed from a few people I spoke to that the bbq comes out tasting like electric smokers and there’s pretty much no bark. So it’s basically an Instant Pot that has some smoke added to it.
 
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