Originally Posted by ButtBurner
I use the method on the woodburner.org site in my wood stove at my cabin
I am not sure I would want that smoke on my food though.
It is not always TBS.
I dont know how you would control your heat very well either. Heating a cabin is one thing but cooking a brisket is quite another
I guess its worth a try. I dont know
my thought it if you want set and forget then use another type of cooker than a stickburner.
And everyone said,... AMEN!
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