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Unread 10-21-2011, 12:50 PM   #1
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Default terra cotta pot smoker

I stumbled upon this


Good Eats S7E2P2: Q - YouTube





http://www.instructables.com/id/a-li...oker/?ALLSTEPS



do these actually do a decent job?
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Unread 10-21-2011, 01:26 PM   #2
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I have seen it done and it works. I haven't considered making one myself but I have no doubt that they will cook your food :)
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you smokin what ?
yea, i wanted to make one but the price/cost was just to much to stomach.
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One of the members of our BBQ team did it and claims that it works just fine.

Of course that was the second one that he built... The first one he didn't use new pots and lets just say that the fertilizer that was used on the previous resident was of a natural source (and you could taste it)... LOL
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His most recent iteration is made from an army surplus wooden box.

Why go through all that to make an ECB electric.

What a knuckle head.
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One of the members of our BBQ team did it and claims that it works just fine.

Of course that was the second one that he built... The first one he didn't use new pots and lets just say that the fertilizer that was used on the previous resident was of a natural source (and you could taste it)... LOL
"Hey, this tastes like chit"
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I have no interest in making one but was wondering if any of you have.
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AB has even made one out of a cardboard box.
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AB has even made one out of a cardboard box.
I think i saw a video of something like that but thought it was a joke.

here it is

DIY: Cardboard Smoker - YouTube

found elton one fast forward to 3 min

Good Eats S4E1P2: Where There's Smoke, There's Fish - YouTube
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Unread 10-21-2011, 05:10 PM   #10
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I need to remember to search the forum first

http://www.bbq-brethren.com/forum/sh...ght=pot+smoker
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I've seen them used as hibachi's in Asia. Just wood charcoal in a clay pot, 4 one inch holes in the bottom sides for air and a grill on top. Great for searing steak and chicken. Not sure about a smoker though.
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