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    That’s the point! Very large

    And of course the meal, flat done comp style (soaked in au jus w/sauce) point, and pulled in the bean w/smoked corn And Safeway bun

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    Molson Expo? Da fuck?

    Looks great!

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    Quote Originally Posted by lasimmon View Post
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    Molson Expo? Da fuck?

    Looks great!
    Replaces banquet... cause coors original suuuuucks

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    That’s the point! Very large

    And of course the meal, flat done comp style (soaked in au jus w/sauce) point, and pulled in the bean w/smoked corn And Safeway bun

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    looks great. Beans recipe?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Buster View Post
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    looks great. Beans recipe?
    Open can, dump in pot, heat... add au jus/sauce mix and brisket

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    ah, for some reason I thought that had pork in it.

    I've done wampus beans many times. Takes a while, but good.

    https://www.bbq-brethren.com/forum/s...d.php?t=109907

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    Anyone have a recommendation on a entry-level smoker for a newbie? Think I would prefer anything except charcoal, don't really fancy having to build a fire and tend it continuously.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cyra1ax View Post
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    Anyone have a recommendation on a entry-level smoker for a newbie? Think I would prefer anything except charcoal, don't really fancy having to build a fire and tend it continuously.
    This:
    https://perthbbqschool.com/blog/snake-method

    Plus propane start of this:
    https://barbecuesgalore.ca/products/...rformer-deluxe

    Makes it easy, 6-8hrs or smoking without touching a thing, full open vents, and a perfectly steady temp... with all the goodness of charcoal

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    Just get any pellet smoker. Its easy and works fine for the average person.

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    Or a firepit. They seem to be popular features around these parts.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lasimmon View Post
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    Just get any pellet smoker. Its easy and works fine for the average person.
    The Weber Smoke-Fire makes me moist.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ercchry View Post
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    This:
    https://perthbbqschool.com/blog/snake-method

    Plus propane start of this:
    https://barbecuesgalore.ca/products/...rformer-deluxe

    Makes it easy, 6-8hrs or smoking without touching a thing, full open vents, and a perfectly steady temp... with all the goodness of charcoal
    Thanks, I'll take a look into it. Definitely closer to what I wanted to spend on a smoker so that's a nice bonus!

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    The Weber Smoke-Fire makes me moist.
    It did for me too, but the initial reviews were not very encouraging(uneven heat, hopper jamming resulting in fires)

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    Quote Originally Posted by cyra1ax View Post
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    Anyone have a recommendation on a entry-level smoker for a newbie? Think I would prefer anything except charcoal, don't really fancy having to build a fire and tend it continuously.
    I picked up a Masterbuilt Gravity 1050 a couple of weeks ago.
    It's really low effort/maintenance as far as charcoal goes which works well for my lifestyle. Really happy with it so far.

    I was content with my electric smoker because I didn't want to deal with tending to charcoal either, but then this Masterbuilt popped up on my youtube feed. Instant buy. lol

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    Interesting. Charcoal version of the pellet grills? Neat idea.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cyra1ax View Post
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    Thanks, I'll take a look into it. Definitely closer to what I wanted to spend on a smoker so that's a nice bonus!



    It did for me too, but the initial reviews were not very encouraging(uneven heat, hopper jamming resulting in fires)
    I'd buy a Masterbuilt 560/1050 digital charcoal burner well before a weber smokefire. Any grill that demands "proprietary" pellets is a turn off.

    EDIT: just saw the posts above. I was equally intrigued and they really look neat, and you get a real wood burn with digital control. The cooks I've seen on it on Youtube are really enticing and it gets hot real fast if you want it to. I may replace my pellet with it sometime in the future
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    Any issues with hots spots on the 1050?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Justing View Post
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    I picked up a Masterbuilt Gravity 1050 a couple of weeks ago.
    It's really low effort/maintenance as far as charcoal goes which works well for my lifestyle. Really happy with it so far.

    I was content with my electric smoker because I didn't want to deal with tending to charcoal either, but then this Masterbuilt popped up on my youtube feed. Instant buy. lol
    You just sold me on that.
    560 is the perfect size that I was looking for, reviews look solid as far as I can tell.

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    wow, those look really cool.

    But I've got an OHB, a griddle on the way, an egg, and a weber charcoal.

    My wife would murder me if I got more.

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    Quote Originally Posted by phreezee View Post
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    Any issues with hots spots on the 1050?

    I only have a handful of cooks on it, but nothing major like that video.
    The back right corner nearest the fan seems a bit hotter for me, but no big deal.


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    You just sold me on that.
    560 is the perfect size that I was looking for, reviews look solid as far as I can tell.
    I got mine through https://hanksgrills.ca/ as I wanted to find someone local. Great guys and delivered it to my house.
    I just texted him and apparently he has one 560 left and the 1050's are still back ordered for a few weeks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cyra1ax View Post
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    Thanks, I'll take a look into it. Definitely closer to what I wanted to spend on a smoker so that's a nice bonus!



    It did for me too, but the initial reviews were not very encouraging(uneven heat, hopper jamming resulting in fires)
    Yes, I saw all that as well. Sounds like it was some vocal minority, but not to discount that there were some issues. I think they will be addressed and that one YouTube guy (named Harry Soon?) has produced some good videos examine the issues.

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