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Old 10-20-13, 05:09 PM   #1
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natural gas smoker.

I'm thinking about getting into smoking food, thanks to Tom, and think as I have natural gas bbq outlets on both decks I would ask if any of you have any experience with a natural gas smoker.
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go old skool use charcoal and a green egg
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I've only used charcoal for smoking food. I suppose you could use gas if you kept the flame low enough. The internet probably has a means for smoking while using a gas grill.
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Is it HOT smoking,thats fast.Or cold smoking,thats a bit slower,and can do things like cheese as well as fish and meat?
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Is it HOT smoking,thats fast.Or cold smoking,thats a bit slower,and can do things like cheese as well as fish and meat?
I use temperatures of about 200-250 deg F for smoking meats. A 4 to 5 pound pork roast will take about 5 hours or so. I've never seen a recipe for smoking a cheese.
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Cbad, Here's some info from the web. http://www.smokymtbarbecue.com/barbe.../#.UmhfvMhrZjo http://howtobbqright.com/blog/?p=1225
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