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jdc1

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Posted: 12/12/19 11:47am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

I love my Bradley Smoker.

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I use a smoke hollow unit. Not large by any stretch of the imagination. It can do enough meat to feed 4-6 persons. No electricity needed, which is a must for me as we boondock any time I'd be using it. No generators for me. Smoke Hollow has three burners. Two for heat and one that heats the wood chip tray. I've made super good baby backs and I've done a small pulled pork roast. Pretty easy to keep it at 250 ish degrees.


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I have carried my Weber Smokey Mountain 14" smoker with us on several occasions, but honestly I prefer to just use the LizzQ smoke tube from Amazon on the Weber Q120.
If I plan to do quite a bit of smoking I will still take the WSM, but that stupid little LizzQ is so versatile that it is my go to. I even bought one to have at home and use it on the pellet grill. Cool morning? Cold smoked cheese! Yum!


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dieseltruckdriver wrote:

I have carried my Weber Smokey Mountain 14" smoker with us on several occasions, but honestly I prefer to just use the LizzQ smoke tube from Amazon on the Weber Q120.
If I plan to do quite a bit of smoking I will still take the WSM, but that stupid little LizzQ is so versatile that it is my go to. I even bought one to have at home and use it on the pellet grill. Cool morning? Cold smoked cheese! Yum!


Amen to the smoke tube. I smoked sixteen one-pound blocks of cheddar a few days ago so they'll be two weeks old on Christmas Even when I give them to friends.


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Prime brisket on the smoker this morning and a 10 lbs. ham going on in a couple of hours. Tis the season! Merry Christmas smokers!


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Weber Smoky Mountain. The smoke tube on the Weber Q looks interesting too


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We bought a Traeger Ranger this past summer. Worked great for us but since we didn't have a heat shiels under it it burned our table. We saw the Davy Crockett and liked the idea of the legs. We have tried ribs, Papa Murphys pizza, steak, and of course burgers/dogs. All worked well. My only concern is having to lock it up in the TT when we leave the campground.


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