Discussion in 'Charcoal Smokers' started by murman, Dec 6, 2009.
... I love my drum.
Nice looking drum.
Nice Looking Drum...
Man, they just work so well.
There versatile, easy ta use an consistant. An excellent way ta smoke! Nice job on the drum!
The drum sure is awesome! Love the snow you got there.
I have a nice 50 gallon drum that was used to hold glue in a plastic bag no contact with the drum. how would that work as a smoker? they do look SMOKIN.
If it smells good...
DanJ, Is it bare steel inside or does it have a liner, that makes all the difference in the world. You will need to remove the liner if it has one and that can be a pain.
i dont think there is a liner, how can i tell?
You have some good picture and that white stuff in what again?? I like the bird that got all cut up. Do they smoke faster and if so how much faster. I think it could be a quicksmoke for the work week??
Nice drum! I like your view better though.
Snow... say it... Snow...
That bird was around 5 lbs (prior to spatchcocking) and smoked for about two hours, with the fatties. It was about 24*F outside. I took the breast bone, ribs and just about all bones out except for the dark meat bones. The spouse unit will use the "parts" to make chicken stock/soup.
Spatchcocking allows the bird to cook more evenly and taking out the framework made cutting the breast, a breeze.