Originally Posted by fantomlord
2 questions...any idea what your temp was during that long smoke?
Is the key to getting such a long cook out of a relatively small amount of fuel in the WGA using those nice uniformly shaped cubes? In other words, is it because they're so tightly packed in? I've only used my GA a handful of times, but haven't been able to sustain such a long cook. I'm using more traditional lump (Royal Oak)...I'm wondering if that's my issue. Do I need to take my time and really get the lump packed in nice and tightly before adding some lit coals?
Oh yeah...and great looking plate as always
The trick is the quality of the briquettes,amount of hot coals and vent setting...but the briqs are the most important.
Quality of the briqs I used were insanely good.
I don't think you can get the same smoke time with whatever briqs you're using,check my anwser to Buccaneer.
Don't know what the temp in the WGA was...I've only used an oven thermo once in the WGA.
*edit* Check out this thread out from Swamp.....this is the same briquette but sold under another brandname: http://www.bbq-brethren.com/forum/sh...d.php?t=153998