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Old 07-06-2012, 05:57 AM   #11
1305brew
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I like that lobster pot idea with dry chips. Would work for the fish but for chicken would would really want to soak the chips to add a little more humidity to the pot since the chicken will take much longer.

I dig those electric alto shams for the ease but I don't think you really get as much flavor from them. I see them as the microwaves of the smoker world.

Next time I'll go for the lobster pot with a suspended rack and see where I end up. Like he said, fine tuning!!!

Happy cooking (and brewing)

 
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Old 07-07-2012, 12:15 PM   #12
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I like that lobster pot idea with dry chips. Would work for the fish but for chicken would would really want to soak the chips to add a little more humidity to the pot since the chicken will take much longer.

I dig those electric alto shams for the ease but I don't think you really get as much flavor from them. I see them as the microwaves of the smoker world.

Next time I'll go for the lobster pot with a suspended rack and see where I end up. Like he said, fine tuning!!!

Happy cooking (and brewing)
Hi

Low and slow with the heat on the pot - unless you have a really heavy one, it's not designed to take a lot of heat without being full of water.

Bob

 
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