Thread: New/Old Smoker
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Old 08-31-2013, 03:27 PM   #1
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Default New/Old Smoker

I first bought this thing about 7 years ago at a flea market for about $10. Brand new in the box with everything, including instructions. I gave it to my father as he has perfected smoking salmon and seelhead for many years, always giving me a nice piece to eat. But he never got a chance to get into using this smoker, so I got it back. NEVER USED/BRAND NEW, I figure I would cook a turkey today using John Henry Chicken Jerk Seasoning.

When I carefully read the instructions of the smoker, it simply says to use just a few pieces of small blocks of wood for a 8hr cook. Seems like a awful small amount and I increased it by about 3 times, adding more amounts as it cooked.

Anyone with experiance with this kind of electric smoker? Amount of wood to use? Temps/Time? The instructions say 'Charbroil H2O Smoker'. Nice sized at 3' tall and 16" dia.

Still cooking, drinking McSorley`s and some Hacianda Sotol, making a stuffing, getting hungry.....................
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