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Old 08-10-2007, 06:04 PM   #1
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Cookshack Smokers

Does anyone else out there in Airforum's land have a Cookshack Smoker?

A wonderful electric smoker that does a bang up job...

I have had mine for about 5 years now and love it...

They also have a great forums like we do here, with lots of recipes and
other goodies...here is a link...

Cookshack - Barbecue Smokers | Barbeque Smokers | BBQ Pits

And a pic of the unit that I have...

Just thought I would share this with you guys ang gals!

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Old 08-10-2007, 06:33 PM   #2
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I made my own smoker ala Alton Brown and Good Eats.

Cost...about $45.00

You will witness first hand its' awesome power at Branson for 14 hour pulled pork!

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Old 08-10-2007, 07:44 PM   #3
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No picture but I have a Brinkman all in one gas smoker/grill works great had it for about 5 years burnt out the lava rock pan and bought another pan and still smokin I really like the flower pot lookin one from Mr. Brown
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Old 08-11-2007, 08:56 AM   #4
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Yeah that is pretty cool...

I just hope that pulled pork don't have a taste of left over geraniums

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Yeah that is pretty cool...

I just hope that pulled pork don't have a taste of left over geraniums

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These pots were ONLY used as a smoking rig Gene.

I am meticulous when it comes to cooking.

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Old 08-11-2007, 09:13 AM   #6
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Steve,

I bet the clay really holds in the heat in that cooker...

the sides should retain a little smokin juices over the years and really add
some good flavoring...

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The pot really does hold the heat in since it is a great insulator. Metal radiates too much heat to keep the heat at a constant 210-220 degrees.

The drippings are cemented in the walls of the pot, but it's more smoke than anything. If I drive in the car it smells like I have a BBQ running in it.

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That looks cool.
What a great idea
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Pot Smoking?????

Is that legal in the Show-Me-State???

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I was in Alaska later in June. Our host smoked up a bunch of silver salmon in his Canadian built Bradley Smoker -- worked like a charm. Those things are built just like a dorm fridge with the magnetic door gasket. They're a bit pricey and available at Cabelas. Gene, thanks for input on something else that works well!
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Pot Smoking?????
What ?
I don't get it.
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I made my own smoker ala Alton Brown and Good Eats.

Cost...about $45.00

You will witness first hand its' awesome power at Branson for 14 hour pulled pork!

Steve

Steve's home-made "Pot Smoker"

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Now what is the black stuff in the tin pan?
Looks like something that came off a tar roof.

What ever it is letovers from, does not give me the munchies.
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It looks like wood chips that he used to smoke with???

I hope!!!!

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