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Unread 02-25-2010, 01:59 PM   #16
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I got these results with my upright gasser (Probably a smaller unit than yours). Cooked at 275 and I used Oak, apple and a little mesquite, layered in the coffee can mod to the chip box. You'll be fine:
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All great advice. I can go into this with less trepidation now. Thanks for the infor on NZ beef NZrebel, something to note.

I guess I might start with apple wood and see how it goes.
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I got these results with my upright gasser (Probably a smaller unit than yours). Cooked at 275 and I used Oak, apple and a little mesquite, layered in the coffee can mod to the chip box. You'll be fine:
Mate, that looks delicious! My mouth is watering.
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All great advice. I can go into this with less trepidation now. Thanks for the infor on NZ beef NZrebel, something to note.

I guess I might start with apple wood and see how it goes.
The main thing is, HAVE BLOODY FARKIN FUN!!!!!!!

Please note: I do not believe the trepidation thing. I remember reading about Gallipoli and ANZAC boys got guts.
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