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View Poll Results: What is your main cooker?
Mass Produced Offset 15 9.32%
Custom Offset 23 14.29%
Ceramic - BGE/Kamodo 9 5.59%
Bullet - WSM/ECB 29 18.01%
Pellet smoker 13 8.07%
UDS 26 16.15%
Cabinet smoker - Spicewine/ Backwoods 26 16.15%
Gas grill 0 0%
Brick pit or Cowboy style pit 0 0%
Ground pit 0 0%
Santa Maria Grill 0 0%
Mass Produced Charcoal grill 6 3.73%
Old school horizontal drum 4 2.48%
Other 10 6.21%
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Unread 05-28-2008, 08:38 PM   #1
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I have an offset stick burner by Gator Pit of Texas and a WSM.
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Unread 05-28-2008, 08:40 PM   #2
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6' southern yankee rotissere, and a meadow creek caterer's delight 108, and when at home the char griller superpro w/ side firebox.
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BSKD. I don't get enough time to use it as much as I would like to, but tending a stick fire sure is relaxing when I get to.
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Awfully nosy tonite....
Drums baby, what else is there??
Well, i do have a nice offset that feels neglected.
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2-WSMs,UDS,Bar-B-Chef Offset. Ilike em all!
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Had to vote other. There was no option for upright insulated smokers.

My main smoker is a Spicewine.
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Had to vote other. There was no option for upright insulated smokers.
I put my meat into a Backwoods Fatgirl these days.............
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My large Big Green Egg.
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I have a Chargriller and an ECB, so does that mean I can vote twice????


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Had to vote other. There was no option for upright insulated smokers.

My main smoker is a Spicewine.
Got it, changed it, sorry man.
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What, No special tag for the Bandera? just thrown in with all other mass produced offsets, sad times.
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For smoking I like to burn sticks, so it's the Klose. For grilling, pizza making and everything else I love the BGE. Somehow I find uses for all of my other cookers too...
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My Eggs are my day-to-day cookers, between the large and the small (or "Fat Man" & "Little Boy") they can handle just about anything. I use them maybe 15 to 20 times a month.

I have a pair of BDS's that I use for some of my longer and all of my larger cooks. I would guess the average use is 3 or 4 times a month.
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Homemade off set, several home made types
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Had to vote other. There was no option for upright insulated smokers.

My main smoker is a Spicewine.
Look for Cabinet Smoker. It says Spicewine right next to it.
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