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Any of y'all have electric or well

2015-10-31 02:25:07.097871+00 by Dan Lyke 2 comments

Any of y'all have electric (or well controlled propane) smokers that you'd recommend? It's time to get more control than charcoal allows.

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#Comment Re: Any of y'all have electric or well made: 2015-11-01 02:28:15.264911+00 by: Larry Burton

Just use a hot plate with a large earthen planter. Use the drain pan for the lid, drop your hot plate power cord through the drain hole in the bottom. Find a suitable pan to hold the wood and a round grill to fit down in the pot to support the meat. Use an oven controller wired to the hot plate to control the temperature.

Or just spend a ton of money on a Big Green Egg.

#Comment Re: Any of y'all have electric or well made: 2015-11-01 13:25:07.00949+00 by: meuon

I like Larry's method :)

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