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Discussion in 'Roll Call' started by daveedoe, Feb 21, 2015.

  1. daveedoe

    daveedoe Newbie

    Hello my name is David, I live in Camas Washington. I've been smoking fish and meats for quite a few years. My first smoker was a Little Chief. As a salmon / steelhead fisherman since I was a kid we smoked a lot of the fish I caught. I would smoke briskets in the Little Chief but always had to finish them in the oven. Years later my wife bought me a Brinkman electric. We did briskets and turkeys regularly. I used the Brinkman for years till I wore it out. Got another Little Chief for a birthday present have been using it up till yesterday. I called my daughter yesterday, I'm handing down the Little Chief to her, she loves smoked meat. 

    My wife Pam is turning 60 in March and wanted me to smoke a brisket so I purchased a Masterbuilt electric smoker no window looks like a fridge. My wife wanted me to get another Brinkman but after some research I decided on the Masterbuilt, good reviews.

    So yesterday I bought the smoker and a pork shoulder. We came home put the smoker parts together, seasoned per instructions. I made up a rub and smoked the shoulder overnight at 220. Got up once added chips in the middle of the night and this morning the probe temp was 195 pulled it out perfection! I think I'm gonna love this smoker. For Pams birthday I'm thinking not only brisket but sausages and pulled pork maybe even some chicken, can't wait.
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  3. [​IMG]   Good afternoon and welcome to the forum, from a cloudy and chilly day here in East Texas. Lots of great people with tons of information on just about  everything.


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