Howdy smokers

Discussion in 'Roll Call' started by blowin smoke 87, Jul 9, 2014.

  1. Hello guys and gals.
    My name is Brandan and I am from the lone star state. I am a sort of a newbie smoker. I have used a wsm for about a year and just put a deposit on a 24x48 offset from lone star grillz. So, I am going to try to take my smoke to the next level. I grill/smoke a few times a week and enjoy every minute of it. I am 27 and a cnc programmer. I look forward to help and being helped out with anything on smoking or grilling. Have a good day
     
  2. barnold

    barnold Smoke Blower

    Welcome to this bunch of fanatics!  All kinds of information available around here.  Heck, you'll find answers to questions you didn't even know you had!!! [​IMG]
     
  3. bluewhisper

    bluewhisper Master of the Pit OTBS Member

    Welcome to the board! Lots of TX people here. What are your favorite meats and woods?
     
  4. Favorite meats:
    brisket
    pork butts
    baby backs

    Favorite woods:
    Pecan
    hickory
    apple
    cherry

    how about you blue whisper?
     
    Last edited: Jul 9, 2014
  5. bluewhisper

    bluewhisper Master of the Pit OTBS Member

    Meats

    pork (various cuts)

    chicken

    fish, usually salmon

    some beef but it's crazy expensive here

    hot peppers but this year's crop isn't ready

    Woods

    hickory

    apple

    maple

    Equipment

    Masterbuilt offset stick burner

    ancient Weber kettle

    Lodge sportsman hibachi-type grill

    sometimes, just a rack spanning bricks over a fire

    I don't do many big projects like butts or briskets, mostly smaller meals for two or four people, with some extra for planned leftovers. I'm eating a cold smoked chicken salad as I type this.
     
  6. Hey Brandon, hello and welcome to SMF from a very warm East Texas

    Gary S
     
  7. Hi Gary. Thanks for stopping by.
    Have you heard anything on Lonestar Grillz out of Conroe?
     
  8. I've seen their website, smokers look good ? their vertical insulated looks like a Backwoods, but don't really know anything about them. Sorry

    Gary
     

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