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    I'm considering an offset smoker this year, but I don't know what wood and where to source enough of it. Thoughts?

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    Quote Originally Posted by dirtsniffer View Post
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    I'm considering an offset smoker this year, but I don't know what wood and where to source enough of it. Thoughts?
    There is a place not far from my work that sells smoker/cooking wood when they have access. It's not cheap but cheaper than trying to buy it by the bag by far.

    https://wooddepot.ca/product/premium...ry-crate-pack/

    I am fortunate my mom lives on an edge of apple orchard in BC and the farmer lets me take wood from his piles of old trees he removes and bucks up all the time when I go visit so I am always in wood but I have had to use these guys above when doing giant bbq's for the veterans groups and was short on hand.
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    NW Costco last night had some briskets at $7.99/kg

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    Quote Originally Posted by BigDL View Post
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    NW Costco last night had some briskets at $7.99/kg
    ^Should be in Meat Deals Thread

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    Quote Originally Posted by ThePenIsMightier View Post
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    ^Should be in Meat Deals Thread
    Crap I didn't even realize that thread existed, thanks!

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    Anyone interested in GrillGrates and want to split shipping?
    https://www.grillgrate.com/warehouse-sale/

    edit: never mind, their shipping/duties calculation doesn't seem to give any economies of scale

    Might still be a decent deal for someone who needs these.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Strider View Post
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    Anyone interested in GrillGrates and want to split shipping?
    https://www.grillgrate.com/warehouse-sale/

    edit: never mind, their shipping/duties calculation doesn't seem to give any economies of scale

    Might still be a decent deal for someone who needs these.
    I think you spelled ManGrate wrong. ManGrate.



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    Made some terrible, absolutely terrible, beef ribs today. Managed to salvage the day with a turkey breast and some sausage but fuck me were those ribs bad.

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    +7 tomorrow, brisket going in

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    Quote Originally Posted by tirebob View Post
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    There is a place not far from my work that sells smoker/cooking wood when they have access. It's not cheap but cheaper than trying to buy it by the bag by far.

    https://wooddepot.ca/product/premium...ry-crate-pack/

    I am fortunate my mom lives on an edge of apple orchard in BC and the farmer lets me take wood from his piles of old trees he removes and bucks up all the time when I go visit so I am always in wood but I have had to use these guys above when doing giant bbq's for the veterans groups and was short on hand.
    Thanks for the link. Do they ever get apple or is it largely cherry? I like cherry as well but for a base wood would love to get ahold of a quantity of apple
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    Quote Originally Posted by g-m View Post
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    Thanks for the link. Do they ever get apple or is it largely cherry? I like cherry as well but for a base wood would love to get ahold of a quantity of apple
    I got a quarter cord of apple from them in the past you bet. It just comes and goes so you have to watch!
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    Second attempt at a brisket. Turned out much better. Picked up some butcher paper for this and spritzed with water every hour or so

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    Looks nice. Did you pull based on time or internal temp? Side dishes look fantastic.

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    Thanks, pulled it at 202, not confident in being able to pull on feel, but it had a nice jiggle to it for sure. The stuffed potatoes are from coop and are really good. Broccoli salad is always a hit, bacon and cheddar and some red onion. wife probably has the recipe somewhere

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    Anyone have any good tips on avoiding "burnback"

    I got one of those Pitboss knockoffs from Princess Auto on a SMOKIN' (pun intended) deal and I'm having real trouble with it clogging the auger during long smokes

    Could it be down to the pellets i'm using? Is it something to do with the flamepot being poorly designed? Anyone know of any mods that can be made?

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    Quote Originally Posted by dirtsniffer View Post
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    Thanks, pulled it at 202, not confident in being able to pull on feel, but it had a nice jiggle to it for sure.
    Yeah, I go by temp too, I have no confidence on my feel for the feel....

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    I'm considering getting a smokey mountain to up my game from a kettle. any owners of either the 18" or the 22"? I am thinking 18", but I want to make sure a full brisket fits, same goes for full racks of pork ribs.

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    22” for sure, have an 18” kettle kicking around for camping and it’s basically useless, ribs and brisket need enough space for airflow

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    what are you guys' thoughts on butcher paper vs foil?

    Been using foil on my brisket, but not sure if it's worth investing in a life time supply on butcher paper just to try it out.

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    I did this brisket with butcher paper, vs my first with foil. I can't say for certain the improvement was due to the butcher paper, but this one way significantly more moist and didn't have the same 'roast' flavour when eating. $50 for a yuge roll at barbecues galore for the paper.

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