Grill Pro Propane Smoker

Discussion in 'Propane Smokers' started by smokednalberta, Aug 5, 2010.

  1. Hello everyone

    Im new to smoking and I have read many articles about mods that people do to thier smokers. Does anyone know of any that should or need to be done for mine it is a GrillPro Vertical Propane Smoker like the picture below.

    Thanks for you feedback

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  2. First thing I would do is check the accuracy of the thermometer.
     
  3. HAHA you must have read my post earlier on the Roll Call did you ??

    Ya I called the shop I bought it at and they said they will give ma replacment one under warranty
     
  4. scarbelly

    scarbelly Smoking Guru OTBS Member

  5. kjohn

    kjohn Newbie

    [​IMG]smokednalberta:  I bought one of those this Fall.  I used a Brinkman Smok'n'Grill for nearly thirty years.  All I use for wood is thumb-sized stick of green White Poplar.  I cut them about 4-5 inches long and keep some in a coffee can in the freezer, so I always have a supply!

    I put a cut-up onion, whatever old BBQ sauce I want rid of, maybe some other spices, maybe not, in the water bowl and keep it at a temp where the water just barely rolls.  I start with a couple of the green sticks and maybe add another one or two, depending on what I am cooking.  I usually smear some BBQ sauce on the meat as well, but not until half done or so.  We cooked corn, chicken, turkey, deer, beef, pork, sausage, pork baby back ribs (oh man, those ribs!), beef ribs in our old Brinkman.  Any left over meat gets cut up in little cubes and into the soup.  One time we cooked a beef roast and used the drippings as the base for soup.  That was excellent!!  This Fall, I cooked a nice little beef roast, and cut up the left over and put cubes into WeightWatchers* Smart Ones Southwestern Vegetable soup.  That, too, was excellent.  I am not into "weight watching", but the stuff looked like a good base for "smoked" beef roast leftovers.

    Enjoy your Grill Pro.  I like mine.[​IMG]
     
    Last edited: Nov 14, 2010

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