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Old 02-06-2013, 08:15 PM   #9
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Foil later and use a hardwood instead of a fruit wood. I like hickory best.

Originally Posted by KotaChuk678 View Post
Agree with the foil issue & also the stack vent should be left open only a bit or as little as possible.
Be careful if you do this^^^^^

Creosote build up will COMPLETELY ruin your meat. It becomes nasty tasting and is just money thrown into the trash. Learned this the hard way when I had an offset and after that cook I cooked with the stack wide open with great results. I recommend leaving the stack wide open so you don't learn the same lesson I did.
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