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Date Posted: 07:20:05 05/24/02 Fri
Author: bbbrown
Author Host/IP: HSE-QueCity-ppp45412.qc.sympatico.ca /
Subject: Re: New Smoker BBQ
In reply to: Rob Fliesser 's message, "New Smoker BBQ" on 22:10:45 05/23/02 Thu

Mornin Rob, I have a large offset smoker. I use charcoal to get the fire going then switch over to wood. You have to keep the fire burning clean, very little or no visable smoke. The fire has to be compact. I use a fire ring to keep everything together. The pieces of wood have to be about 2-4 in. in diameter. You want the wood to start burning as soon as you add it to the fire, no smoldering. It takes a lot of fire tending and practice to keep a good burn going. I prefer hickory and cherry for fuel. Give me a holler if you have any questions

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