Thanks! Why didn’t I think of plastic?
I was worried about the buildup getting rancid and ruining the flavor of whatever I smoked next.
Maybe one of these days I’ll get it back from my brother.
I’ve not had a large creosote buildup so no cleaning is required. If you get flakes of creosote the best thing would be a plastic scraper.
BhamBabe, let me know when.
Looks great John
I don’t think I have ever cleaned the inside of my smoker….g[xx(] must be what’s adding the extra flavor.
That looks fabulous, John!
I have a Cookshack that I seem to have permanently loaned to my brother.
I was never sure of the cleanup on the unit.
Do you scrape the walls? With a putty knife?
Thanks for any input and for sharing your Q
Very nice and moist. Slaw looks great too.
I want a smoker so bad. If I get one I’m calling you to tell me how to work it lol
Rubbed a small five pound butt with Wolfe bold and popped it into the smoker for ten hours.
Wrapped it in heavy duty foil & newspapers and let is rest in a cooler for another two hours then put my wife & grand daughter to work pulling it.
An East TN vinegar Cole Slaw, a Sour cream slaw, some baked beans (Hmm, what happened to that picture?), and we re good to go.
Oops, can t forget the banana pudding.
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