Re: New Smoker Ordered w/ gloat
- From: Nonnymus <awss@xxxxxxx>
- Date: Wed, 15 Oct 2008 14:02:14 -0700
Master Chef Richard Campbell wrote:My Sam's Club grill has such an arrangement. The burner is long- like a log lighter in the FP looks, and is controlled by a typical valve. Above it is an SS box about 4" wide, 2" deep and as long as the depth of the grill, about 20", I'd guess. Wood chips are placed in the box, the lighter is lit and when smoke comes forth, I cut off the fire and let it smoke. I quickly learned that wrapping foil around the box before inserting it, and poking in some holes removed any chance of fire, while letting the smoke out. Moisture from the gas fire or lighter have not seemed to be an issue, perhaps because of all the ventilation in the grill body itself.
Has anyone used the smoker part of a weber before. I thought that the water from Natural Gas or LP blocked smoke. I am going to have to investigate this more.
Where is this "8,000 BTU Smoker Burner" located inside the unit? It sounds like a burner with steel smoker box on top of it.
Not sure if I'd qualify that as a smoker, but it might work for some things.
We have reached a time in our nations history
where the grasshopper is slowly consuming
the ant. Whatever happened that made thrift, hard
work and family the target of liberal rage?
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