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Old 11-12-2012, 10:05 PM   #1
Got Wood.
Join Date: 06-17-12
Location: linwood pa
Default Uds first cook

I want to thank everyone here and this site. I had a few questions and you guys set me right. I've been using a charbroil offset smoker for years. I like my uds better after just one short cook. I used a weber kettle bottom for a lid and have a pittmaster iq 110. I finished it Saturday around noon so I didn't have time for a long cook. So I just did some chicken thighs. I got up to temp twice as fast as my charbroil. I had two vents open and the third hooked to the iq and it ran at 275 the whole cook. Gonna do some babybacks this weekend. I can already tell im gonna love the uds.

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Old 11-13-2012, 02:06 PM   #2
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Join Date: 04-09-12
Location: South of the Fulda gap

Funny how well they cook isn't it? Congrats on a succesful first cook!

I just looked again and saw no pics
A bunch of Webers, a UDS and a Happy Cooker!
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