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Reply by jay1924

I've made a bit of jerky, but never in my AQ smoker. I know that if you search on "jerky" lots of forum posts come up, including some...

Reply by nordy

If cooking say a whole chicken or turkey... after it reaches the "color" you want, wrap it in butter soaked cheesecloth. Smoke will...

Reply by labbq

Bryant, stop overthinking it. Put some meat in that thing and turn it on. If anxiety is crushing you over a little dent, wait til' you...

Reply by Jack024

When you buy a recommended product from the site you mentioned, then I think you're taking a chance. Like I bought a smoker which I...

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Reply by jay1924

I have exactly the same effect on the inside of the lid of my gas grill, which does not have a vent hole.

Reply by LonzinomakerCS

I have an 08 (steel/stainless steel small model) that does the same thing. I clean the top of the inside every time, put a paper towel...

Reply by jay1924

Since the smoker is new, please call CS and talk to their great customer service people before trying anything yourself. They will give...

Reply by jay1924

You don't say what smoker, but GQUE is correct. After a period of not being used, the layer of grease/fat built up on the inside top of...

Reply by gque

Try wiping down the top inside of smoker, also clean out the top vent hole with bottle brush.

Reply by jay1924

Unfortunately, I think most or all of the professional cooks here have left over the past few years. It's sad. There used to be quite a...

Reply by electrotech

Don, We do not recommend running the unit while driving for a couple of reasons. The first would be the racks swinging and dumping your...
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Reply by Dottrz

I'd say, so long as your liquids stay stable, you don't jostle the meat around too badly, and the electric stays on, send it.

Reply by Dottrz

Don Bailey, we're not getting much help, are we...LOL..... I just got around to refrigerating, slicing, then retherm on the fat top.

Reply by glycerine

Tell me about it. I think the 20th is actually the day I ordered it. It was shipped on the 25th and delivered to me on the 29th.

Reply by glycerine

Absolutely! Used it again last night for burgers. I overcooked them, but the flavor was great!

Reply by glycerine

Cool! Good to know, thank you. These things are more rare than I realized.

Reply by electrotech

Glycerine, we actually started the serial numbers at 1000 so yours would be the 2015th unit and I show the actual build date was 3/20/2019.
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Reply by glycerine

Just a quick update, I cooked dinner on the PG500 Friday night, Saturday night and last night (Sunday night). I'd say my grilling...

Reply by ulrich

Thanks everybody. I didn't know the steps to make a pastrami and I thank you all for that. The local bar owner is footing the bill for...

Reply by glycerine

Received the grill today and cooked dinner on it. Took some pics of the grill, but forgot to take pics of the food! But it cooked...

Reply by jay1924

Not having tried the "smoked corned beef" route, I can only guess, but I suspect the difference with pastrami is texture imparted by the...

Reply by jobiewan

This past summer I bought a brisket flat, cured it myself using a dry cure and smoked it just like I would any other brisket. Smoked at...

Reply by oldsarge

Looking forward to your review and impressions. And the results of you first cook

Reply by oldsarge

Amazon, as well as Woot, sometimes lowers the price on an item to generate sales which generates comments which generate more sales but...

Reply by stevegardner

I too, bought one of the SM025 cookers on Amazon for $650. I could not believe my eyes when I saw that price. Got it home, set it up and...

Reply by oldsarge

People and times change. Sometimes for the better and sometimes not. Call it a changing of the guard. Zippo Lighters are probably the ...

Reply by jay1924

Sarge, I really appreciate the nostalgia. I spent a lot of time listening to that song in the 60's. I've been a great fan of Dylan since...

Reply by jay1924

IMO, the only difference between "smoked corned beef" and pastrami is the steaming step at the end for pastrami. (And maybe the spice...

Reply by jay1924

Also, if during one of your early smokes, you hear a sudden loud "BANG" and see lots of smoke, don't panic. Just search here or just ask.

Reply by oldsarge

Enjoy! During my rookie smoking adventure, I had a panic moment when seasoning the smoker. I had smoke coming out not only from the top...

Reply by stuart

Bryant, I certainly understand, for years we have worked to get that bow out of our doors, but in the end we always come back to wanting...

Reply by Bryant

Again, thank you for your replies and to Stuart from Cookshack. I appreciate your expertise and honesty about your products. Cookshack...

Reply by oldsarge

Bryant i purchased my smoker in April 2012. Perfect condition on the exterior. Same on the interior. There was a little heat...

Reply by stuart

Hi Bryant, I apologize that you are not happy with the finish of the SM025. The "dents" that you are showing in your pictures are caused...

Reply by mountainman

I've owned 3 in stainless, working my way to perfection (for me) a Smokette, Fec-100, FEPG-1000, all purchased from Cookshack. They all...

Reply by Bryant

Thank you for your replies gentlemen. I will call Cookshack today to see what they have to say. I will mention that the SM025 was on...
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