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Proper Smoker Smoke – How to Make It For Your Smoker

By SmokerBBQ

January 13, 2013

How to Make Proper Smoker Smoke, smoke, smoker smoke

Proper Smoker Smoke

Peter’s friend, Tim Roach from Georgia, taught Peter Krawitz how to use his offset smoker to make proper smoke smokeĀ for hisĀ smoker. Tim told Peter that in the side compartment where the actual coals are burning you should add your favorite wood or woods on the top of the coals.

Do this for no more than 2 hours and finish the slow cook with coals only.

This means that regardless of how long the smoking process takes – assuming it’s a longer than two hour smoke – stop adding wood for smoke after two hours.

Do you agree with this method of smoking meat? Share your thoughts on the length of time that you think you should continue to add wood for a smoke.

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  1. My FB has a top door but no end door, just dampers. If I try to put wood splits in the FB laying in the direction of flow like I see in videos, etc., they have to be very short. Can I put them in the FB laying crosswize? Will that allow them to ignite and burn ok?

    Thank you

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