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Unread 02-28-2013, 01:38 AM   #9
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I see you are from Texas, so outside ambient air temp should not be an issue, however a few years ago (I am in Buffalo = cold) I was using an un insulated cooker (converted oil tank) and since it was 5 degrees outside, I had to burn lots of wood..I feel the amount of fuel used meant there was LOTS of air traveling through the cooker...drying my meat out...as soon as I switched to an improved design my food was a lot better...just passing on my experience..
also I use a layer of brown sugar and keep fat towards the heats
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