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Glad I could help. I hope it works for you. BTW, backstory for the hotel cooking? Are you working there or have an event there? I spend most of my life living in hotels. I work for a precast erector and crane company. It's rare to work close to home. I always bring a 22" kettle with me. If I g...
Thanks Mike and Scott. I did a little (very little) research last night. I got on a chat with Thermoworks, and they finally decided that their best model for my situation was the Smoke X which uses RF, or the basic Smoke with a Thermoworks gateway. Either one of those options would be north of $160!...
Thanks Scott. I'll check out Thermoworks. I've had a thermapen for years, good quality product. I guess that speaks well for Thermoworks! Hopefully someone else chimes in with a lower priced option. To all: I have not done any research yet, nor online shopping. It was just today that I thought of wh...
Howdy all, hope this finds ya'll well. I wonder if anyone knows of a wireless remote thermometer that will transmit 300 feet, and through a bunch of walls. I'm staying in a hotel, and the best spot to put my cooker is about 260 feet down the hall (17 rooms, lotsa walls), a stairway, an exterior wall...
- Thu Dec 10, 2020 8:40 pm
- Forum: Home Builds and Mods
- Topic: Acquired a few tanks
- Replies: 19
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If I remember correctly, a member of TSR built several smokers like that. With crazy paint jobs! I think his name is wynnebear or something like that. I remember him because he's in Colorado (where I live) and he sells smoking wood too. it seems to be like a small version of a DPP smoker.
ACB? I'm familiar with ACV and AJ, but I can't figure out what the "B" is in ACB. I'm sure that it's obvious and I'll penguin slap myself and say "duh" as soon as I see the answer! Anyhow, those burnt ends look great! Your cooking area doesn't look too bad either! Thanks for shar...
- Thu Sep 03, 2020 7:38 pm
- Forum: Tech and Tool Talk
- Topic: Pit Building Calculator
- Replies: 3
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I used Feldon's calculator when I built my first (and only) offset. I had never even cooked in one. I wouldn't have had a clue without the calculator! The smoker works perfectly, thanks Morgan!
- Wed Sep 02, 2020 7:50 pm
- Forum: New Member Introductions
- Topic: Hey You Rag Tag Bunch of Smoker
- Replies: 10
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Hey Dan, thanks for all the recipes you've posted! I'll definitely be trying most of them! Especially the meatloaf and the pork chops. Thanks again jeepdad!