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Old 05-30-2011, 11:47 AM
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Default Re: Meat/fish smokers; what works for you?

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Originally Posted by mac. View Post

EDIT also if you buy a non electric one be sure to not buy normal coal!! but hardwood coal, natural stuff. not kingsford or any of that name brand youd use in a charcoal girl. then you get your wood chips soak them in water for a bit and throw them in giving the smoke the flavor you want. id start off buying some hickory, mesquite, and fruit wood. then you got yourself set for all kinds of meat
Mac, darned interesting comment above in your 'edit.' That's the first reference to using "hardwood coal" I ever read. Do you have a brand name that I can Google? Regular charcoal (Kingsford, etc) is easy to find, but don't ever recall seeing that type of product.

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