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Old 07-11-2018, 09:07 PM   #31
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Okay... stick burners aren’t your favorite. You own it. It works. Keep it. Use it when you’re in the stickburning mood. If you aren’t don’t let it bother you, just use the WSM. I still have my stick burner and I know that there will be a day when it just sounds fun or you need to 2 different temps or have a bunch of meat to cook. Enjoy it..


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Old 07-11-2018, 09:07 PM   #32
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Lastmajordude, i don't enjoy the process of stick burning, that's my issue that i come to realize
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Old 07-11-2018, 09:11 PM   #33
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sorry Smitty, honesty just bit me in the ass today, i am now healed!!!!!!!
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Old 07-11-2018, 09:13 PM   #34
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Toast, i had to work

I know man. Just messing around.
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Old 07-11-2018, 09:14 PM   #35
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KevinStaggs, i will keep my custom built reverse flow for that rare occasion that i get the stick burning feeling or just need more room
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And that's the reason every hardcore stick burner also has a charcoal cooker or three. There fantasy and reality are completely different realms

You absolutely cannot speak for everyone. Just because you couldn't cut it burning sticks doesn't mean everyone calls it quits too.
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Czarbeque, it's not that i couldn't cut it, i don't enjoy that process was my point
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Please no arguments fellow brethren, stick burning just isn't for everyone, i would just tell people that are thinking of getting into stick burning, understand what that process is, then make your decision
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Old 07-11-2018, 09:54 PM   #39
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KevinStaggs, i will keep my custom built reverse flow for that rare occasion that i get the stick burning feeling or just need more room
You can take it to the Bash and let others cook on it.......
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Czarbeque, it's not that i couldn't cut it, i don't enjoy that process was my point
He wasn’t directing that at you.........
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You absolutely cannot speak for everyone. Just because you couldn't cut it burning sticks doesn't mean everyone calls it quits too.
Show me someone in this site who only has stick burners.
Case in point
You have that huge ginormius mcsmoker, two banderas, and still smoke with a gas smoker
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Old 07-11-2018, 11:07 PM   #42
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Show me someone in this site who only has stick burners.
Case in point
You have that huge ginormius mcsmoker, two banderas, and still smoke with a gas smoker
Why would someone buy multiple cookers of only the same type. Only kettle heads are that sick. Most of us have multiple cooks of different types. For example I have a kettle, akorn, cheap offset, drum w/007 live fire raised grate, rotisserie, Blackstone griddle and a big east Turkey cooker.....oh have I told you about my roaster oven?

I don't know any guys who cook on only stick burners or only kamodo or only griddles or only with a pellet cooker. Like I said only kettles heads are that devoted. The rest of us use multiple cooker styles

But you may be interested in the fact, yes fact, that some of these status symbol $5000 cookers have char grillers, propane burners, griddles, heat sources in the cook chamber, multiple functions with the warmer including direct and indirect cooking also cold smoking ect ect.

You could say they are more than stick burners
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looks like you kept buying different stick burners never actually learning how to operate one. on the first oc you should have slowed down and got your learn on
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It's a tough spot you're in. I'm sorry to hear it.

The important thing is that you know. Mitigate your losses and move on to what you enjoy most. Cooking is supposed to be fun. Don't let peer pressure or machismo get in the way.

Cook the way you will have the most fun and to hell with convention or the pursuit of the perfect stick burning tbs. It's about using the food for fellowship. The rest is just ego.
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Marvda1, i never said i didn't know how to operate my stick burners, i realized I don't enjoy that process
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