Good morning from North Texas
Good Morning! I have been smoking meat on an upright New Braunfels for 7-8 years. It is starting to rust out a bit, and I just ordered the Pit Barrel Cooker. Was doing some searches for recipes and times, and came across this site. I know that some on the net don't really consider the Pit Barrel as a smoker, more of a BBQ, but for a family with 5 teens, I am also looking to save some time, and get more done, It isn't often that we have 6-10 hours to tend to a smoker, so liking the "set it and forget it" method, along with the slightly elevated temps.
Cheers and have a great day,