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Old 06-07-2008, 08:10 PM   #1
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Thumbs up This makes my knees weak! Smoker/grill/fireplace combo

I couldn't even talk - all I could do was show my husband!!!!!

On my wish list

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Old 06-07-2008, 08:17 PM   #2
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Now look what you've done. All our grillmasters will be a puddle of drool coveting this thing. You could cook for a university with that thing. Did you actually SEE it or was it something you found online?
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I get the Napa Style catalog and finally picked it up to thumb through it. That thing is gorgeous!
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I get the Napa Style catalog and finally picked it up to thumb through it. That thing is gorgeous!

Okay, lady. Put the catalogue down. Stand away from it and put your hands up.
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Very nice. It's higher capacity and less expensive than the ones I've been keeping on my wish list. I'm gonna have to do some research on this thing, see if I can find any reviews by folks who have used it.

...of course, it's still not cheap enough that I can foresee a time when I could afford to buy it, but I like to keep the wish list properly up to date anyway, just so I know that should I end up with too much money one of these days I'll be able to get rid of it quickly and efficiently ;-). Nice find!
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It's not cheap, that's for sure. Still makes my knees weak
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Makes me feel like such a...redneck. I am awe-stricken. When I was in college back in Pennsylvania, I used a non-working refrigerator with an electric hotplate and a cast iron skillet full of wet woodchips. Manual flue pipe coming out the top. It had wire racks, and I covered them with venison and trout.
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It's not cheap, that's for sure. Still makes my knees weak
Take two stiff drinks of bourbon...go to bed...you'll feel better tomorrow
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Makes me feel like such a...redneck. I am awe-stricken. When I was in college back in Pennsylvania, I used a non-working refrigerator with an electric hotplate and a cast iron skillet full of wet woodchips. Manual flue pipe coming out the top. It had wire racks, and I covered them with venison and trout.
Your "cooker" sounds like something Alton Brown would dream up. Congrats on a great recycling job.
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I believe I found the directions for this smoker in a copy of Pennsylvania Fish & Game News. I guess that alone would qualify me as a redneck.
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