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Tennessee Offset Smoker & BBQ $50 or Round Smoker & Gril $44 F/S to store.

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Dec 12, 2019
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mapleleaf6 wrote: yup thats a deal breaker :(
I ended up ordering it as a store pickup. But it kept saying there aren't enough items. I felt like it was a glitch that my order when through. Since my order store also said there aren't enough items. I keep my fingers crossed and see what happens.
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Dec 12, 2019
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Benzat17 wrote: can this also be used as a regular charcoal BBQ? is there enough space to put charcoal in the main section
I think you can put them underneath the grates if they are detachable. But I notice that cooking area is quite small by 12" * 10, which is lesser than 14" portable grill.
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Feb 10, 2003
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UrbanPoet wrote: Great find! Upvoted!

Slightly off topic…
If anyone wants to get into smoking and not spend a lot, yet still want good quality… a fair compromise is a weber kettle.
22 inch is $159
It should be clearance season for Weber Kettles at WM. Cheapest ones in my city are $99
https://stocktrack.ca/?s=wm&upc=7792402530

More versatile than these Giant Tiger specials and it'll last forever.
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Strider wrote: It should be clearance season for Weber Kettles at WM. Cheapest ones in my city are $99
https://stocktrack.ca/?s=wm&upc=7792402530

More versatile than these and it'll last forever.
Exactly!
You can smoke. Or just quick grill.
Theres also attachments to turn it into a pizza oven, or a rotisserie, or both!

Also… if for some reason you want to do blacksmith as a hobby… line it with cement to make a forge! (Saw it on reddit)

Zombie out break? The lid makes a great shield and head basher! Ok last part was dumb.
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Dec 26, 2017
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i ordered one free shipping over 50$ but i just saw a video its too small and sent a ticket to CS GT to cancel my order, if they cancel it before shipping great if not i will try it and see
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Jun 1, 2017
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Mississauga
xxxibgdrgn wrote: I think you can put them underneath the grates if they are detachable. But I notice that cooking area is quite small by 12" * 10, which is lesser than 14" portable grill.
10"X12" cooking surface!!! That cant be right - more like the surface area of the side box.
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Feb 20, 2019
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xxxibgdrgn wrote: I ended up ordering it as a store pickup. But it kept saying there aren't enough items. I felt like it was a glitch that my order when through. Since my order store also said there aren't enough items. I keep my fingers crossed and see what happens.
its doing the exact same thing. not letting me choose store pickup
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Sep 3, 2008
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projectman44 wrote: 10"X12" cooking surface!!! That cant be right - more like the surface area of the side box.
WTF, that sounds really small. I think you might be right, that might be the dimensions of the smoke box.
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Oct 6, 2010
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fireside box is about the size of a portable.

Here's my setup. Does NOT look like this anymore, lol....

:(

Get deal op for a cheap smoker. My box was $100 alone.

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Sep 3, 2008
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koffey wrote: fireside box is about the size of a portable.

Here's my setup. Does NOT look like this anymore, lol....

:(

Get deal op for a cheap smoker. My box was $100 alone.

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Very nice, I wouldn't even know where to begin there though hahaha. I hope I can make some half decent stuff in this cheap one and eventually graduate to something like that.
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Oct 23, 2019
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Where do you guys and girls get charcoal for these bad boys? Bulk or?
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Feb 10, 2003
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Dbatman wrote: Where do you guys and girls get charcoal for these bad boys? Bulk or?
There's 2 active charcoal threads in Hot Deals, one for briquettes, one for lump... whichever tickles your fancy.
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Dbatman wrote: Where do you guys and girls get charcoal for these bad boys? Bulk or?
I buy lump charcoal from Lowes. They have an excellent selection and reasonable price. The Kamado Joe brand comes highly recommended.
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UrbanPoet wrote: Great find! Upvoted!

Slightly off topic…
If anyone wants to get into smoking and not spend a lot, yet still want good quality… a fair compromise is a weber kettle.
18 inch is $119
22 inch is $159
+ add charcoal baskets for $20
Optional… + add charcoal chimney $20 (for convenience and speed of light coals).

You can make competition style bbq with these easily!

Re-sale value is high because its a name brand, classic, and reputable. Or if you don’t like “smoking”. You can use it like a grill.

The following made with a weber kettle.
Beef ribs
Montreal smoked meat
What temperature did you cook the brisket to? The fat seems to need a little more rendering time.
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will888 wrote: I buy lump charcoal from Lowes. They have an excellent selection and reasonable price. The Kamado Joe brand comes highly recommended.
Smiling Face With Open Mouth And Smiling Eyes $30 bags of charcoal to feed a $40 smoker
More likely $5 bags of Royal Oak, hate their lives, and give up on it.
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Strider wrote: Smiling Face With Open Mouth And Smiling Eyes $30 bags of charcoal to feed a $40 smoker
More likely $5 bags of Royal Oak, hate their lives, and give up on it.
What about cooking the $80 brisket on a $40 smoker? I use a Kamado style smoker which means I need to load it up with enough charcoal to last a 15 hour run. The cheap stuff is 30% charcoal dust. The fire does not last. Also the cheap stuff sparks like crazy when you are lighting it. A good quality charcoal will not spark and will burn with consistent heat for a very long time. For the Kamado Joe brand, all I need is 3 big pieces and a few small ones to fill in the gaps and I am good for cooking a brisket.
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Nov 9, 2014
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Ottawa, ON
Omnicron204 wrote: WTF, that sounds really small. I think you might be right, that might be the dimensions of the smoke box.
Yes - that's the direct heat cooking area in the offset. You can only smoke stuff in the larger chamber. Don't plan on grilling a bunch of burgers with the offset one.
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83 left of the offset smoker
77 left of the barrel smoker
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I think I found the companion youtube video for the offset smoker. It is not the identical unit but very close.

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