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Re: cooker/smoker water style

Posted By: Lance Robson
Date: Saturday, October 12, 2002 at 5:24 p.m.

In Response To: cooker/smoker water style (Tom Harding)

Hi Tom.

A number of us have built our own smokers or heavily modified existing smokers but if you're interested in a bullet style water smoker, send me you're postal code and I'll find out what the cost of shipping one is. They're bulky but pretty light.

I'd guess that making one would be pretty straight forward (as buiding these things go) but they're pretty inexpensive and if you're willing to wait for the shipping I don't think it would break the bank. Also, with the onset of our Fall the local stores are discounting what they have in stock. I'll be going into town tomorrow and I'll post a current price in US $.

As far as the quality of the food; these will produce award winning BBQ with a minimum of fuss. We've got a couple of them and have had a number of friends enjoy the food enough to get they're own smokers. If you use a couple of "rib racks" (a $7 accessory that holds pork or beef ribs on edge) you can do about 6-8 racks of pork ribs or beef back ribs. They'll also hold two 14-18 pound turkeys or anything smaller. In short, you can feed a pretty good crowd out of one.
Let me know....

Lance

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cooker/smoker water style
Tom Harding -- Sunday, September 22, 2002 at 9:53 p.m.
Re: cooker/smoker water style
Lance Robson -- Saturday, October 12, 2002 at 5:24 p.m.

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