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    I just got a smoker for my B day and have been toying with the idea of using a water apple juice mixture in the water tray. Does this make sense ? has anyone done this ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by SuxBeingU View Post
    I just got a smoker for my B day and have been toying with the idea of using a water apple juice mixture in the water tray. Does this make sense ? has anyone done this ?
    I have heard that it works.

    what kind of a smoker did you get?
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    I've done it, not sure if it made any difference.
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    anyone know of a good smokers' forum or two for more helpful tips?
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    Quote Originally Posted by BeerMan View Post
    I have heard that it works.

    what kind of a smoker did you get?
    a 30 inch electric. Kind of an mid range starter just to see if I like it. I grill a lot so this should be a nice compliment when I have the time for better quality meat.

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    a couple of things added to the top.

    re: the water pan, I have read that adding anything else other than just water does not make any difference.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BeerMan View Post


    a couple of things added to the top.

    re: the water pan, I have read that adding anything else other than just water does not make any difference.
    In my experience with chamber smokers, adding liquid to the water pan doesn't make a difference in the final product. No need to add a water pan all that will do is burn more fuel heating up the water. But definetly add a heat deflector(I use a pizza pan or a dry water pan) about 2 inches less in diameter than your cooking chamber. Are you using the Maverick for meat and pit temp? Your pit thermometer seems a bit higher than the actual grate, do you find that if it reads 250, the actual cook temp of the grate is lower, say 225?

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    What To Put In The Water Pan And How To Clean It

    this site has several different infos for certain smokers like a bullet like mine and an offset.
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    Did two Butts last Sunday for a party,,AmazingRibs.com is the place, use the Memphisdust and try the sauce recipes too,..

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    Quote Originally Posted by BeerMan View Post
    What To Put In The Water Pan And How To Clean It

    this site has several different infos for certain smokers like a bullet like mine and an offset.
    Love Meatheads site, full of valuable information, I've used his turkey brine recipe for the past 4 years! I agree with several of his points in the link, but I know that the same final product can be achieved without a filled water pan(less prep time, less fuel burned, less cook time, less clean up.) Just trying to save you time.
    Last edited by Chateau Bow Wow; March 6th, 2013 at 07:43 PM.

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