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Old 10-13-2008, 03:58 AM   #11
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Why is that? Does the aroma penetrate into the cooler in a way that would affect other foods?
Well, the plastic inside the cooler kinda does take on the same smell as the food, but it goess away if ya wash it reaaly good and leave it open for a while. The only reason that i use this one only for pork butts is that it is too big to be a lunch box, but too small to put beers in. I guess that i use it for briskets also, so its not only for butts
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Old 10-13-2008, 06:56 AM   #12
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Thanks for the forum, Smokey.
My WSM should be arriving this week and I've been pouring over the smoking forums trying to pick up tips. Errr, I mean BBQing forums Still working on that terminology thing
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Well, the plastic inside the cooler kinda does take on the same smell as the food, but it goess away if ya wash it reaaly good and leave it open for a while. The only reason that i use this one only for pork butts is that it is too big to be a lunch box, but too small to put beers in. I guess that i use it for briskets also, so its not only for butts
OK, I'll have to face that dilemma when I get a smoker. My current cooler's main function is as a proofing box for bread doughs. It sounds like trying to use the same one for resting pork butts will probably be inadvisable.

Thanks for the answer - and to all for a very informative thread!
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