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Unread 03-07-2013, 10:09 PM   #1
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Default What do you put on your smoker?

Hello everyone, It's my first post. I have been a lurker for a while and appreciate all the ideas and discussions on the board.

I have a 7 year old Klose 20x42 backyard smoker. When I bought it they said to spray the outside with peanut oil. I haven't kept up with that, but was thinking about starting. I am curious what you guys do to keep your steel smokers looking good.

Planning my first cook of the season in a few weeks with pics. Hopefully I can pull it all off.

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I used pam . While it was warm I would wipe the outside down I would do this every once in a while you don't have to go crazy a little goes a long way.
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Pam while it is still warm spray it on wipe off the excess.
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I don't have any idea, don't have one.

But just wanted to say welcome to the forum and coming out of the Klose(t)

That was soooooooooooooooo bad!

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Pam should do the trick nicely.
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I don't have any idea, don't have one.

But just wanted to say welcome to the forum and coming out of the Klose(t)

That was soooooooooooooooo bad!

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It's OK to cook in the snow, it does not mind.

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If you have a jar of bacon grease stashed someplace... that works too -natural animal lard.

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Crisco is nice to use too. Rub it on while the cooker is cooling down but still warm. Gives a nice patina once it builds up a bit.
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Thanks for the replies! Will it ever "season" like a cast iron skillet, or will it be sticky?

I gotta try that cooking in the snow sometime, maybe get some blankets for my smoker
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