Originally Posted by Bbq Bubba
No. Most drums these days use diffusers and you can dial in your temp for smoking.
I respectfully disagree, Bubba. I see very few drum users with a diffuser. And while it is possible to control the temps with a drum, It seems that you could do that with a PBC as well, but most don't see the need to. In fact, the PBC seems to cook in the same temp range that most guys on this forum run their drums, so I was just curious as to why you classify this as a grill and a UDS as a smoker. It really doesn't matter what you call them. They both produce good food and both have a place in the market.
Originally Posted by BobBrisket
Okay, diffusers on a drum is for another thread,
Agreed... Back to discussing the cooking characteristics of the PBC and I'm sorry for the slight derailing
"Ron Rico, Boss. You can call me Captain Ron..."
The Naked Fatty!
FEC-100/BWS Party/Memphis Pro SS/PBC/LBGE X 2/SBGE/Mini BGE/Nomad Pellet-matic/Good-One Model 42/WSM X 2/Cookshack Smokette 008/Weber Performer/Saber Cast 500/Weber Gasser (RIP)/Weber Kettle X 2/Weber Smokey Joe/WGA/UDS/Coffee Roasting Gasser and a pickle
Remembering a friend