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Old 07-11-2009, 02:40 PM   #1
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Tylers Ultimate "makeshift smoker"

Ok, He had an episode where he taught us how to make a makeshift smoker, all I caught from the show was to use a v rack and wood chips.


Could anyone fill me in?

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Old 07-11-2009, 02:49 PM   #2
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The Ultimate Jerk Chicken Recipe : Tyler Florence : Food Network ?

Emeril describes one in this link that sounds nifty....
Chickens Smoked in a Homemade Smoker Recipe : Emeril Lagasse : Food Network
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Old 07-11-2009, 02:56 PM   #3
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Old 07-31-2009, 03:33 PM   #4
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Ok, I went to the store to pick up the equipment that I saw on Ty's show and I couldn't find anything like he showed, Am I stupid or am I not not looking in the right place?
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Ok, I went to the store to pick up the equipment that I saw on Ty's show and I couldn't find anything like he showed, Am I stupid or am I not not looking in the right place?
I don't think you're stupid - but where did you look?

I'd try a big metal turkey pan with a tall lid - should accomplish the same end, just build a "lift" of sorts out of tinfoil and lay your chips in the bottom of the pan.
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All you really need is a pan to hold the chips, a device to hold the food over the chips, and a cover.

What are you looking for, equipment-wise?
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Old 07-31-2009, 04:03 PM   #7
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All you really need is a pan to hold the chips, a device to hold the food over the chips, and a cover.

What are you looking for, equipment-wise?
Correct!

I've looked at a food store that has a pot & pan isle and they had the turkey pan's but they were flimsy, and the other pan's were too shallow.



I'm looking for the pan to put the chips & water in, another pan with holes so the smoke can come threw, and a lid, but I was thinking using the foil as a tent lid!
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Correct!

I've looked at a food store that has a pot & pan isle and they had the turkey pan's but they were flimsy, and the other pan's were too shallow.



I'm looking for the pan to put the chips & water in, another pan with holes so the smoke can come threw, and a lid, but I was thinking using the foil as a tent lid!
Need to go to a department store that carries cooking equipment and find a real turkey pan, an old-style two-piece with a tall lid.

Those foil pans they sell at the grocery aren't worth the paper they printed the label on.
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Need to go to a department store that carries cooking equipment and find a real turkey pan, an old-style two-piece with a tall lid.

Those foil pans they sell at the grocery aren't worth the paper they printed the label on.
I sure hope they make the old style yet!
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I know this is the Sears website, but it's sold in K-Mart stores:

Martha Stewart Everyday 18lb Grey Oval Roaster
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