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New Toy Drum Smoker

Discussion in 'Brew Food' started by Rustyc30, 20/9/08.

 

  1. browndog

    Are you bulletproof boy?

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    Posted 4/1/13
    I fired up the smoker and dehydrator for some jerky and ribs.

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    Sliced topside in a soy marinade

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    into the dehydrator for 12 hrs

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    ribs with a dry rub into the smoker for 3hrs.

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    charring them up with a BBQ sauce/honey mix on the grill.

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    the finished product

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    refreshements for the cook

    cheers

    Browndog
     
  2. OLDS2006

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    Posted 23/1/13
    How good is that ^ dehydrator.
     
  3. browndog

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    Posted 23/1/13
    Yeah, when you are making jerky I don't think you can beat them as they are designed to dehydrate food not smoke it. Its a 10 shelf job that can hold about 3kg of wet meat.
     
  4. New_guy

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    Posted 9/2/13
    Had to get on the bandwagon here is my spit roaster / smoker / grill

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  5. bluc

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    Posted 1/10/19
    I have started my drum smoker build but I need some pipe for inlets and outlets. My drum has a standard bung down bottom(stainless ex honey drum) i want that as inlet and a 2" exhaust up top. I see on america lots people by a pre threaded pipe and it screws straight in any ideas where to buy this have tried my local metal supplier but theirs is all rural galvanised fence stuff. Also looking for something to make charcoal basket does it have to be mesh or could it be a well ventilated steel pot or bucket?
     
  6. sp0rk

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    Posted 1/10/19
    You're not heating the inlet/outlet very much, so galv isn't a problem
    I'm surprised they don't have that stuff in black steel, though
     

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