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Discussion in 'Smoke Houses' started by atcnick, Nov 15, 2012.
Looks Awesome! Looking forward to seeing it in action!
AS PER TREATED WOOD IN A MEAT CHAMBER. WE DO KNOW WHAT IT IS PRESSURE TREATED WITH RIGHT? ARSENIC
I still don't see any pressure treated wood in this smoker and I just re read it again. All I see is the SUGGESTION to use pressure treated at the sill. The pics do not look like any pressure treated was used.
The smoker is beautiful and appears to be pressure treated free. Not sure why everyone is so hung up on the pressure treated when there isn't any pressure treated that I can see in the pics
All the wood in the construction is cedar.
Great job on your smokehouse!!
That is flat out beautiful.
What a great way to improve your property value! Least that's how I'd try to sell the idea to my wife...
Nice smoke house!
Thought I would share a few pics of the smokehouse in use...
This link is where I got some of my ideas. It's in Polish but each link is a different smokehouse and you can get an idea from the pics, there's several pages worth of smokehouses.
Great video and pictures. Bet it is all very tasty!!!
Thanks. Its mostly good, but I've had my share of screw ups lol
Great video and great smokehouse..... Very nice build.... Many many years of use and delicious products..... Oh yeah, and pics also......
Some belated congrats on a great build. Wish I could read polish. Some of the smokehouses on that site are beautiful
I use Google Chrome. With Chrome you have the option to have it translated. Interesting stuff there. More interesting when you can read it
:yeahthat:.. bookmarked it ...
Geeee Thanks... been wanting to build my deck out back and incorporate an outside kitchen... you just added fuel to the fire with that site, and your build....
Holey Moley......very nice build for a guy who admitted he didn't know much about building....very impressive final pictures. Makes me think even I could do something like that. I'm quite good at making sawdust outta most lumber. Your smoked products are awesome looking as well with a large variety....well done!
MMMMMM, Looks great!
I am amazed and in awe with the craftsmanship, machinery, technique, and intricate detail which you masters do bring to this site!
As the neophyte to all, and humbly so, I'm just grateful to be here! (Hell, watching people post "fatty" photos is impressive beyond belief, with bacon blanket weaves and so it goes). You all are astounding!
And now this HOUSE! Well then, all I can say, is that this is AMAZING!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Bravo to you! Cheers! - Leah