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Unread 10-28-2013, 12:57 PM   #1
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Default Newb Smokin...watch out!

New to the smoking scene...love this site! Still sooo much to read and learn! Well so currently have a Wally world Brinkman box style smoker....and successfully smoked/cooked my first 2 racks of ribs! Just threw together a basic rub and cooked it and it looked like it turned out well and tasted delicious! So onto the next question....just picked up 2 food grade barrels...one I just burned for 2 days on and off to get the liner burned out? Got some 3m scotchpads to clean it out once I empty the ashes....so my next q is...I've been reading but there's sooo much to read out there.....
Ash entry/exit? yes or no? I"m going towards no thinking less about of holes in the UDS to control temps....as it is it seems always windy where I live....
Standard measurement directions? What's your suggestions?
I'm looking at 2 racks and a charcoal basket with ash catcher as well...also came with no tops on the barrels...but my Weber cover fits PERFECTLY!! I have sooo many more Qs...but I'll start there!! Thanks for opening the door to a newb smoker!!! WOOT WOOT!!!
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Unread 10-28-2013, 12:58 PM   #2
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First timer results.....

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nice rack!
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Congrats on the new obsession. Tasty looking bones, BTW.
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Here is a thread that give you a good basic build dimensions. It is really well documented with pictures.

http://www.bbq-brethren.com/forum/sh...&highlight=UDS
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Those Ribs look Great! Welcome to the Site!
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Good job all the way around!
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Unread 10-28-2013, 02:15 PM   #8
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It passes the look test but I'm gonna need to taste test that!
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Unread 10-28-2013, 02:23 PM   #9
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Thanks everyone! I'll keep plugging away at the UDS build now too!
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Them ribs tell me that you'll achieve your goal. They look good and with practice they'll become great! Could be there now, but I didn't get a bite...
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nice job.
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Looks good man, nice job
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Very nice and it's not a bad thing being hooked on cookers, except the scale might
start to not like you.
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They look real good. Congrats
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Well done! There is a ton of info on here. You can learn a whole bunch.
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