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I'm trying to smoke mini potatoes to copy something I recently had in Paris. Unfortunately, I really have to do it inside, which means a stovetop smoker. Anybody have experience with these?
post #632 of 1013
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So ribs were great. Didn't get a good smoke ring but they got about 2.5 hours of smoke, had a good smokey flavor.

Finishing sauce was good. Wasn't sure how much to make so I just heated a bit of bourbon, brown sugar and butter in a pan, threw in salt and pepper and I think some other spices from the rub. Too sweet so I added red wine vinegar and...I can't remember what else. Had a real good kick to it. Went well with the ribs' sweetness. Had about a quarter cup, maybe less for two, 7 bone racks.

Glad to hear things worked out well.

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Originally Posted by iammatt View Post
I'm trying to smoke mini potatoes to copy something I recently had in Paris. Unfortunately, I really have to do it inside, which means a stovetop smoker. Anybody have experience with these?

http://www.amazon.com/Camerons-Produ...9876787&sr=8-1

We have this. It works great. Uses the same wood for smoking that my sausage smoker does.
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http://www.amazon.com/Camerons-Produ...9876787&sr=8-1

We have this. It works great. Uses the same wood for smoking that my sausage smoker does.

+1

I have the same one. It does a great job on smaller things. It's relatively shallow with all the pieces inside, so I don't think you could do anything thicker than a bone-in chicken breast.
post #634 of 1013
I just got a charcoal grill. What is a good storage device for charcoal that will protect it from the weather? I want to use something that looks better than a rubber made storage box.
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I just got a charcoal grill. What is a good storage device for charcoal that will protect it from the weather? I want to use something that looks better than a rubber made storage box.

Used to use something a bit bigger than this before I had a shed.

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I just got a charcoal grill. What is a good storage device for charcoal that will protect it from the weather? I want to use something that looks better than a rubber made storage box.

what kind? what kind?
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what kind? what kind?
Nothing special here. The smallest kind Weber sells. I think the diameter is 14.5 inches. I wanted something to place on the ground if we need to hide it from neighbors. Grilling is against the regulations at my condo, but the admin has yet to crack down on it. We have it on top of a sturdy table for the time being. I decided on this for the charcoal: It has a rubber gasket seal. 12" x 6 3/4" x 8 1/2"
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Nothing special here. The smallest kind Weber sells. I think the diameter is 14.5 inches. I wanted something to place on the ground if we need to hide it from neighbors. Grilling is against the regulations at my condo, but the admin has yet to crack down on it. We have it on top of a sturdy table for the time being.

I decided on this for the charcoal:





It has a rubber gasket seal.

12" x 6 3/4" x 8 1/2"

Much cooler than mine. Can it hold enough charcoal though?
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Much cooler than mine. Can it hold enough charcoal though?
Ha! I honestly don't think so. I'll know in a week or so. I'm willing to store the excess in a garbage bag stored away in my pantry just to have it though. There is a larger ammo can, but it's an ugly sea green. The only other large cans are mortar cans, and they were either brown or oddly shaped.
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Originally Posted by Reggs View Post
Nothing special here. The smallest kind Weber sells. I think the diameter is 14.5 inches. I wanted something to place on the ground if we need to hide it from neighbors. Grilling is against the regulations at my condo, but the admin has yet to crack down on it. We have it on top of a sturdy table for the time being.

I decided on this for the charcoal:





It has a rubber gasket seal.

12" x 6 3/4" x 8 1/2"

looks like it produces a "killer" taste
post #641 of 1013
This is Crespone. I did not make it myself, but it certainly is delicious.
post #642 of 1013
So I am doing, this evening, what is for me some serious charcuterie. I think it may be above my skill level, but I will take a pic if it comes out well.
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So I am doing, this evening, what is for me some serious charcuterie. I think it may be above my skill level, but I will take a pic if it comes out well.

Making hotdogs for this weekend?
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So Matt, what was it and how'd it turn out?
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I'll see this evening.
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