Tag Archive: Smoker

The No-Weld Double-Barrel Smoker (and how to use it)

The No-Weld Double-Barrel Smoker (and how to use it) People have been smoking there meats or other products for centuries, possibly as long as mankind has been alive.  Smoking was originally used for fish, its primary function was believed to have been to keep flies away from the drying meat. Despite our primitive understanding of the fly …

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How To Make DIY 55-Gallon Smoker

How To Make DIY  55-Gallon Smoker I came across this DIY drum smoker today and was really amazed, as i built  a smoker last winter and it worked great  We had a lot of good time out of the smoker, but should I had seen this DIY smoker at that time, I would probably have …

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How to Build A Brick Smoker

How to Build A Brick Smoker  If you would like to build a beautiful and long lasting brick smoker you can see how to do it in this forum. This project was built by Wes W. on Smoking Meat Forums and he posted all of the steps in the forum so you have to kind of …

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Build This Barbecue Smoker for under $10

Build This Barbecue Smoker for under $10 Build your own Smoker and Get Exactly what you want whether it’s metal, brick or just a hole in the ground. A custom smoker is exactly what you need because you design it and build it. Now this is traditional barbecue.smoking your food can cook tougher, fattier cuts of …

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All-in-One Outdoor Oven, Stove, Grill and Smoker

All-in-One Outdoor Oven, Stove, Grill and Smoker I love to cook outdoors, This is why I have posted loads of outdoor clay oven, fire pit, rocket stove and BBQ posts and DIY tutorials. Cooking outdoors is great fun and good for the soul. Additionally having a means to cook outdoors like a BBQ or outdoor clay …

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Build an Outdoor Stove, Oven, Grill and Smoker

Build an Outdoor Stove, Oven, Grill and Smoker They say you can build this outdoor stove for under 300 bucks, I think we can get this price down a lot tho… just by using some common sense and some skills. The biggest obvious cost would be the brick and concrete blocks … The first thing I …

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