After reading a couple of thread and experimenting with a cardboard box, I went ahead and built a plywood cold smoker box that sits on top of my Smokette.
The box is sized to accept the standard CS grills and has an access hole in the bottom for the smokette vent and a vent hole in the top of the box.
The front attaches to the box with three bolt mounted wing nuts. I used these because to get a tight fitting front with hinges makes it a much tougher job. The mounting bolts have a nut that is recessed into the mounting frame.
In the bottom, I used a small aluminum pan for ice to help keep the unit cool.
My first attempt at cheese was a huge success. I set the CS at 200 and the box never got above 90.
I would like to see if there are any problems with this type of setup regarding damaging the Smokette. The smoke seems to vent freely out of the top of the box.
Any thoughts???? (I had to do this in three messages since I could not get it to upload more than one picture....)