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Unread 06-15-2009, 01:36 PM   #6
Rowdycue
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Thanks for the help everyone. Saiko, I hoped you would respond since I have read that you cook with a stickburner. I am using a Brinkman Smoke n' Pit. I realize that is not the most respected smoker on this forum but I am pretty new to smoking meat. Have cooked over coals for 47 years. I am accustomed to building a separate fire and shoveling the coals under the meat when cooking BBQ in a pit but I want to learn another way for this offset.Now I know. Thanks again.
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