Discussion in 'Charcoal Smokers' started by walking dude, Sep 25, 2008.
found this on another site, Post 2378
Looks pretty easy to do.
Pretty Slick Idea WD, Idea already tucked in a file
what a neat idea!
you pic did't come thru...........
I thought galvanized metal was a bad idea to use for cooking?
That's what I thought immediately when I read through this.
there are several threads here on galvanized metal and its uses.
it takes temps of close to 700 degrees for the galvanization to start to melt/smolder.
using galvanized at anytime for meat to touch is a no no
since this is being used as coldsmoking, where final temps are below 90's, and the galavanization is no where NEAR the food, no problems