Thread: Is it worth it?
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Old 12-20-2013, 01:42 PM   #22
SkinEz
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Join Date: 07-28-13
Location: Huntington WV
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I am meeting with the Health department rep tomorrow to see what regulations for what business types are needed in my area. I am hoping to get involved in a catering type of business. I would love to someday acquire a southern pride, or olehickory for a brick and mortar joint. However, I am not at that level yet. I was leaning towards a towable reverse flow, or a portable gravity fed type. I do competitions, and wondered which ones would be more beneficial to both. Right now I use a UDS, and love it. But, I need to start thinking about quantity. I know the reverse flow type cooker i.e. Lang are considered stick burners, but can you use a charcoal basket, and would that make it a little more user friendly?
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