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Drawing Weber Kettle Smoker

RonW.RonW. Posts: 22
edited 8:19PM in EggHead Forum
I seem to remember a color hand drawing of a Weber kettle set-up indirect as a smoker. I can't seem to find it. Do any of you know the drawing, if so please post it.

Thanks in advance,

UnYawn....

Comments

  • HossHoss Posts: 14,600
    Just put the coals and smoking wood on one side and the meat over the area with no coals under it.You can split the fire to 2 sides and leave the center open for the meat.Easy.
  • http://www.thesmokering.com/HowTo/weberribs/default.jsp
    Have fun with it. Maybe same could be used in a larger Egg, without having to buy a plate setter?
  • RonW.RonW. Posts: 22
    Thanks.....
  • Excellent thread for smoking on a kettle. Get a few firebricks and you are good to go. (three year old thread, still active too)

    John - SLC, UT

     Webers, Eggs, Bubba Keg, Smokin-It #3, Blackstones

  • used to do it all the time yeah pretty easy. beware of really hot fires sometimes they burn much to hot check the meat in 15-30 if they are starting to char the fires to hot mist some water on the fire and clos the vents. webers can be a little inconsistant. also i have seen the fire splti with a foil drip pan in the middle
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