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  Topic: Best Technique for attaching rope gaskey
ggarner

Replies: 7
Views: 2730

PostForum: Cookers   Posted: Mon Sep 17 12 12:04 am   Subject: Best Technique for attaching rope gaskey
What technique do you guys use for attaching rope gaskets to your cooker?

When I built my smoker I attached the gasket with some high temp caulking which is the same stuff used for pot belly stoves ...
  Topic: How & How Often do you clean your smokers cook chamber?
ggarner

Replies: 20
Views: 3920

PostForum: General BBQ Discussion   Posted: Sun Sep 16 12 12:13 am   Subject: How & How Often do you clean your smokers cook chamber?
Thanks for all the good info guys!

On second thought the degreaser is prob not necessary.

I recently cleaned one of my grates with it because I was smoking fish and did not want the dark marks f ...
  Topic: How & How Often do you clean your smokers cook chamber?
ggarner

Replies: 20
Views: 3920

PostForum: General BBQ Discussion   Posted: Mon Sep 10 12 7:40 am   Subject: How & How Often do you clean your smokers cook chamber?
First off, let me thank everyone on here for the wealth of useful info that you share! I got a new job back in Feb so I have not had much chance to do much smoking or welding recently, but hopefully ...
  Topic: Need Smoked Tuna Advice
ggarner

Replies: 2
Views: 855

PostForum: General BBQ Discussion   Posted: Fri Aug 31 12 1:07 pm   Subject: Need Smoked Tuna Advice
A few friends of mine went fishing a couple days ago and had a massive haul of fish and have asked me to smoke some of it for them.

They caught somewhere around 80lbs of tuna. They caught bluefin, ...
  Topic: What would you do with this? Seriously....**PICS**
ggarner

Replies: 14
Views: 6969

PostForum: Welding   Posted: Fri Jan 27 12 10:19 am   Subject: What would you do with this? Seriously....**PICS**
Worst case scenario is it is too $$$ to fix it. Even then I have to imagine there is a few hundred bucks in copper windings in there.
  Topic: Reverse Flow Vertical
ggarner

Replies: 12
Views: 6461

PostForum: Cookers   Posted: Thu Jan 12 12 9:50 am   Subject: Reverse Flow Vertical
So what is the advanage of it going up then down in a vert?instead of the smoke just rising up though the meat from the bottom?

When you make the smoke/hot air enter through the top you get more ev ...
  Topic: Pitmaker smokers
ggarner

Replies: 33
Views: 9830

PostForum: Cookers   Posted: Thu Jan 12 12 3:59 am   Subject: Pitmaker smokers
I built a very similar smoker to the pitmaker with a few modifications of my own, and have cooked on it some 30-40 times and absolutely love it.

You guys may have issues with the temp running away ...
  Topic: Pork Butts: Too Inject or no Too Inject
ggarner

Replies: 24
Views: 11199

PostForum: General BBQ Discussion   Posted: Tue Jan 10 12 6:12 am   Subject: Pork Butts: Too Inject or no Too Inject
I think it can depend on your cooker too.

With my insulated cabinet smoker i have never needed to do injections because its already so humid inside.

If i use my kettle, it will help keep the mea ...
  Topic: RF vertical smoker, Finished with pics!!!!!
ggarner

Replies: 117
Views: 298761

PostForum: Cookers   Posted: Mon Jan 09 12 9:45 am   Subject: RF vertical smoker, Finished with pics!!!!!
Sorry have not checked out this topic in a while.

MrMike: I would put the materials cost at around $500 give or take 100.

Donny: I would say from top to bottom it is withing 4-5 degrees.

Ve ...
  Topic: Reverse Flow Vertical
ggarner

Replies: 12
Views: 6461

PostForum: Cookers   Posted: Mon Jan 09 12 9:35 am   Subject: Reverse Flow Vertical
You can also check out the build in my sig. I go through pretty much everything step by step.

Good Luck!
  Topic: Making some MOINKS, sorta
ggarner

Replies: 3
Views: 1278

PostForum: General BBQ Discussion   Posted: Sun Jan 01 12 8:55 am   Subject: Making some MOINKS, sorta
Nearly identical Tony. Only difference is replace orange chunks with green chunks! HAHA

They were on the smoker for about 2 hrs, I like your idea of the cast iron skillet underneath. Several of m ...
  Topic: Making some MOINKS, sorta
ggarner

Replies: 3
Views: 1278

PostForum: General BBQ Discussion   Posted: Sun Jan 01 12 6:53 am   Subject: Making some MOINKS, sorta
Well i needed to bring an app to a friends new years party, and was thinking of making moinks, but i dont particularly care for meat balls. Well i thought it would be tasty to combine a moink with a ...
  Topic: Difference between a "boston butt" and a picinic s
ggarner

Replies: 6
Views: 1790

PostForum: General BBQ Discussion   Posted: Sun Nov 06 11 9:13 am   Subject: Difference between a "boston butt" and a picinic s
Thanks for the info guys!

Yea its pretty darn small, hoping to get 4 sammiches out of it. 1 for me and then 3 for ladies, so mights be enough. Anyway we will see how it ends up!
  Topic: Difference between a "boston butt" and a picinic s
ggarner

Replies: 6
Views: 1790

PostForum: General BBQ Discussion   Posted: Sun Nov 06 11 7:17 am   Subject: Difference between a "boston butt" and a picinic s
I picked up what I believe is a picinic shoulder from a farmers market where my mom sells at. Just wondering if there is any difference in cooking a butt and a picinic shoulder?

I seasoned this on ...
  Topic: Is a rod oven necessary to have...???
ggarner

Replies: 4
Views: 2452

PostForum: Welding   Posted: Wed Sep 07 11 7:35 am   Subject: Is a rod oven necessary to have...???
You really dont need to keep any rods in the oven unless you live somewhere that is extremely humid and you dont use them very fast. 7018's are required to be kept in a rod oven if you are doing weld ...
  Topic: Grade C maple syrup for cooking.
ggarner

Replies: 12
Views: 2982

PostForum: General BBQ Discussion   Posted: Wed Sep 07 11 12:23 am   Subject: Grade C maple syrup for cooking.
$33 for shipping? Wow, either they need to invest a little time and get a UPS or fedex account or they are just padding the price by jacking up the shipping.

I dont ship a lot (maybe 2-3 items a we ...
  Topic: Plasma cutter selection
ggarner

Replies: 22
Views: 14626

PostForum: Welding   Posted: Thu Sep 01 11 12:50 am   Subject: Plasma cutter selection
I dont know much about plasma cutters except for the fact that they require an air compressor. So unless you already have a pretty decent sized unit this is also something that you have to consider i ...
  Topic: First brisket, turned out awesome!
ggarner

Replies: 11
Views: 2824

PostForum: General BBQ Discussion   Posted: Mon Aug 29 11 2:07 am   Subject: First brisket, turned out awesome!
Well ended up pulling it when the thickest part of the flat was at 197-198 because thats when it finally felt like warm butter! I let it rest for about 90 min, and then separated the point, which was ...
  Topic: First brisket, turned out awesome!
ggarner

Replies: 11
Views: 2824

PostForum: General BBQ Discussion   Posted: Sun Aug 28 11 5:49 am   Subject: First brisket, turned out awesome!
Well everything seems to be going pretty smoothly! Its at 190 right now, and most of the brisket has little to no resistance when I slide in my thermapen. But the thickest region is still just a lit ...
  Topic: First brisket, turned out awesome!
ggarner

Replies: 11
Views: 2824

PostForum: General BBQ Discussion   Posted: Sun Aug 28 11 12:10 am   Subject: First brisket, turned out awesome!
Well, I got the smoker started up at 2:30am last night and she was up to temp at 3:30am so I put the brisket on.

So far it has been smooth sailing, stayed up till about 5:30 then took a little nap ...
 
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