No longer a newbie, but still clueless.
- Mar 18, 2012
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- DC Suburbs
Personal preference is correct. I really do like my electricity one. And in mine no moving parts, but you do put real live chunks of wood to make the smoke, no sawdust for me either.I am convinced I don't want a smoker with any moving parts to break or get jammed or one that requires electricity to run! LOL
Just a personal preference I guess. I prefer my smoke from real wood and not sawdust.
I will stick with my Kamado or Weber kettle or even that old Brinkman "stick burner" that uses a ton of wood!
You're very generous.Yeah, that new "job" thing must eat a real big hole in the middle of your day!
Good on you for pulling off a nice meal starting at 5:30 in a hurricane!
Cook it. Cook it now.Due to the storm and strong winds we lost power in lots of areas of CT.
It’s been many hours and now I’m concerned about the meat in the freezer, specially the 16lbs brisket
We have not opened the freezer from the garage, so hopefully it will be good for now, if things are still the same I'm really thinking about cooking it, no other choice unless I buy ice.Cook it. Cook it now.
But seriously, how long has it been, and have you opened the freezer? If you haven't opened, you have a long way to go before you have to worry about that brisket. We lost power for over 8 hours a few weeks ago. Nothing was lost in the fridges or freezers.