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Old 01-01-2012, 05:52 AM
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Default Picnic ham ready for the smoker

Started last night about 7 pm getting this one ready for lunch today

Nice brown sugar based rub, Crown Royal was the supervisor for the rub



Using apple wood chips and hitting right on hour 12, should be ready by 12-1 pm and naturally will have more pics
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This is where we are 14 hours later

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Wow!!!

What kind of smoker is that?

Btw, I like Crown Royal but it is the only adult beverage I have experienced that gives me a headache. I have no idea why.
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Originally Posted by Eyeball View Post
Wow!!!

What kind of smoker is that?

Btw, I like Crown Royal but it is the only adult beverage I have experienced that gives me a headache. I have no idea why.

Just plain old Masterbuilt Electric smoker, wished i had gone with the larger one though

As for the Crown, kind of got away from CR for years (love martinis and bloody mary's) but friend of mine gave me a bottle back in the fall for something I helped him with. Broke the seal open other night and forgot how much I truly loved the taste of CR
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Originally Posted by tprice View Post

Just plain old Masterbuilt Electric smoker, wished i had gone with the larger one though

Thanks. I looked at their website, they look a little small and pricy. I was thinking about taking the plastic lining out of a refrigerator and using it as a smoker. Not sure about the door tho because of the plastic and magnet. Maybe some woven metal oven door sealer.
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Originally Posted by Eyeball View Post
Thanks. I looked at their website, they look a little small and pricy. I was thinking about taking the plastic lining out of a refrigerator and using it as a smoker. Not sure about the door tho because of the plastic and magnet. Maybe some woven metal oven door sealer.
If you use a refrigerator get an old one 1950's-60. They have porcilin lineing.
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Originally Posted by Ben Had View Post
If you use a refrigerator get an old one 1950's-60. They have porcilin lineing.

I hadn't thought about that but if a modern fridge is galvanized metal when uncovered it might not be a good idea to use for a smoker. A 50's or 60's fridge is unlikely to be available, tho I'll keep an eye on craigs list. Thanks for the tip.

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