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Unread 10-10-2012, 07:30 PM   #15
chriscw81
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Originally Posted by caseydog View Post
I use the soldering iron and can smoke generator in my WSM. I just set the can on the charcoal grate, load the can about half full of wood chips, and run the cord out the side door to plug in.

I put my cheese on the top grate. I only smoke cheese in the winter, so the cheese stays cool while it smokes.

It only takes about an hour to get a good smoke on the cheese.

Here is the can and soldering iron setup...



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i was considering the can and solder method with smoking pellets but folks online were saying that they needed to unplug the solder pen every once in a while because the smoke got too thick. caseydog, i know you are using wood chips, do you find you have to unplug the solder pen ever so often? or do you just plug it in and let it go? i ask because i'm using expanded metal kind of like the A-maze-n pellet smoker(which works quite well) but i dont really wanna buy smoking pellets when i have wood chips already.

chris
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