Here is the biscuit test for evenness. All I have to say is...Wow! If the bacon test wasnít proof enough about evenness, this is. I chose 275* because that is where I would like to run this smoker at once I learn it. Baby steps. The HMS sliding plate was closed during this test, exhaust was wide open. These were cooked at 275* for 1 hour and 10 minutes until temps were 175*-180* IT. The temperature range of the biscuits was 8* difference from most done to least done. So now I want to buy another bag of biscuits and test it with the HMS plate open. I know it will not be even, but I want to see how the heat distribution is with that. I hope to do that on Monday. And of note, there is a very good smoke flavor on these cooked at 275*. Not overpowering, and you donít have to search for the smoke flavor either, itís just right. (Goldilocks Mod).
Frozen biscuits on
Biscuits done, super even cooking and browning
But, what about the underside, you ask? Well I flipped them all to show you.
So when they were done, I put them in a pan so you could see all of them, mixed up at random, side by side. Impressive!!
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