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Old 11-25-2011, 12:59 PM   #8934
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Originally Posted by coewar View Post
What I have is Stubs lump coals. And I started it the same way I start the KF blue; put some in a chimney, light that and let it stop smoking and flaming, then dump onto unlit coals in the drum. I usually put the flavored wood and meat in the drum right away. Doing that procedure without a doubt creates that nasty smelling smoke.

Bubblehead mentioned to let it burn in the drum for like 15 mins and then it was a clear smoke. I will try it, but I came after 1 hour of my method and still it was nasty smoke. But perhaps Stubs lump coals are not the same as what you are using?

I'm thoroughly confused and can't see how it's possible that there is such variation on people's experience on this.

Are you waiting for the lump coals to be white before cooking?

I normally put golf ball size junk in chimney about half full, let it set for 10 mins, then lite off basket give it 20 mins to 30 mins then add meat. Here is a pre pic and a pic after I pulled the turkey off hope it helps.


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