Re: New Propane cilinders
I have a Brinkman gas grill thats a bout 8 years old and works great. I also smoke on this grill. I have a stainless box that I put my wood in and it fits under the grates on top of the heat transfer plates. I get the grill up to about 550 to 600 degrees put the meat on and shut off two of the burners. Keep a close eye on the temp guage and tweak the gas knob until I get it holding steady at around 230 to 235 degrees. Leave the lid closed and it smokes just like my smoker that I rarely use unless I have a lot I want to do at one time. With the grill I can do 2 pork shoulders or 3 briskits or about 8 slabs of ribs standing on the edge.
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