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Old 02-22-2019, 02:27 PM   #168
BBQchef33
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Seasoning it wont hurt. And it will run without the mods for the first few times to get your feet wet. no reason to wait to cook. I cooked on my bandera for a long time and did the mods one by one and noticed the improvements they made each time.



Get a few chickens, butterfly them, coad the inside of the smoke chamger with pan or crisco. Start a good size fire to get the chamber up to 450-500, then damper down and when it hits 375, put in the chickens.. ya get to season the pit and have dinner at the same time.
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