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Old 12-19-2010, 11:49 AM   #21
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I like that!

Your fire box is in the same part as your grill?

I'm not really sure of all the possible ways these things work... I need ejumkatin' on the theories and requirements of the whole smoker thing..

But I know they make tasty stuff.. which is in itself enough to make me want one...


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Old 12-19-2010, 01:53 PM   #22
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The Two Fat Polocks BBQ Team Equipment

Smoker Name: Barbra Q
Smoker: Lang 84 Deluxe with Grill
SmokerType: Stick or Log Burner
Smoker Weight: 1770 Lbs.
Cooking Surface: 23 Square Feet
Features: Grill and Vertical Warmer




Smoker Name: Spicey
Smoker: Spicewine Custom Smoker
SmokerType: Charcoal Vertical Smoker
Smoker Dimensions: (H,W,D) 48"x42"x34"
Smoker Weight: 600 Lbs.
Cooking Surface: 17 Square Feet
Features: BBQ Guru Temperature Control




Smoker Name: R2D2
Smoker: 22.5" Weber Smoky Mountain
SmokerType: Charcoal Vertical Smoker
Smoker Dimensions: (H,W,D) 48.5"x23"x24"
Smoker Weight: 68 Lbs.
Cooking Surface: 481 Square Inches
Features: BBQ Guru Temperature Control



Grill Name: Sam I Am
Grill: Extra Large Big Green Egg
Grill Type: Charcoal Ceramic Grill
Grill Area: 452 Square Inches
Grill Weight: 205 Lbs.
Features: BBQ Guru Temperature Control



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Old 12-19-2010, 03:50 PM   #23
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There are so many options out there, and the best thing is that much like brewing, it just depends on how much time and/or money you want to invest, and how much DIY you care to do. From an ugly drum smoker, a store bought vertical smoker, be it gas, electric, or charcoal, a beginner offset smoker like several of us have, all the way up to full competition tow-behind smokers! I really dig the fact that homebrewers and barbequers are very similar and that there is a kind of brotherhood amongst us. For the most part everyone gets along, we can talk for hours about our hobbies, debate technique endlessly, and in the end sit back and enjoy each others efforts.
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Old 12-19-2010, 06:19 PM   #24
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There are so many options out there, and the best thing is that much like brewing, it just depends on how much time and/or money you want to invest, and how much DIY you care to do. From an ugly drum smoker, a store bought vertical smoker, be it gas, electric, or charcoal, a beginner offset smoker like several of us have, all the way up to full competition tow-behind smokers! I really dig the fact that homebrewers and barbequers are very similar and that there is a kind of brotherhood amongst us. For the most part everyone gets along, we can talk for hours about our hobbies, debate technique endlessly, and in the end sit back and enjoy each others efforts.
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If you guys like the comraderie and also love BBQ, I highly recommend you guys visit and sign-up at the BBQ Brethren Forum. You will love it there. I am Sawdustguy over there also.
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Old 12-20-2010, 05:50 PM   #26
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If you guys like the comraderie and also love BBQ, I highly recommend you guys visit and sign-up at the BBQ Brethren Forum. You will love it there. I am Sawdustguy over there also.
I am also IrregularPulse over there.
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I am also IrregularPulse over there.
Excellent!! I am a Babbling Farker over there.......I hang out in the Wood Pile and Competition Forums.
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I also signed up there recently,have yet to make a post though. Great site!
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I am now "integrator" over there too. Thanks for the site.
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I just occasionally check in on the UDS thread to see new builds. Only done one smoke. I hope to break it out more come spring when life has settled down a bit (we hope) and I have time to use it. I'll be over there more then looking for recipes.


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