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Old 06-04-2019, 07:56 PM   #16
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Hi Guys
I need some good input on a smoker as close to a commercial grade as possible for home use . Right now i have a gravity feed smoker with a add on digital monitoring device to keep the temperature constant i can't remember the the name of it but it seems to work o k
but after 3 yrs i just can't get the finished quality i want of the meat . It will smoke for up to 16 hours and i will monitor with a remote temperature device . I have seen similar smokers on some of the BBq shows . It seem as the meat comes out on the dry side . Maybe the problem is ME . I don't mind spending the money for a new smoker
Thanks for your advice
Just buy the cheapest one you can afford on Evilbay, throw the food in, drink some cheap beer &
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Old 06-05-2019, 06:47 PM   #17
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Hi Guys
I need some good input on a smoker as close to a commercial grade as possible for home use . Right now i have a gravity feed smoker with a add on digital monitoring device to keep the temperature constant i can't remember the the name of it but it seems to work o k
but after 3 yrs i just can't get the finished quality i want of the meat . It will smoke for up to 16 hours and i will monitor with a remote temperature device . I have seen similar smokers on some of the BBq shows . It seem as the meat comes out on the dry side . Maybe the problem is ME . I don't mind spending the money for a new smoker
Thanks for your advice
the smoker I bought was a used oklahoma joes for $150 they sell for $275-$350 at big box stores, its made better then most of the smokers one can find at local stores since it's not sheet metal. that being said I have a friend who smokes a lot of meat and he bought a kit to make a vertical smoker out of a 55 gallon drum smoker and his food is phenomenal.
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