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Old 02-06-2019, 10:20 PM   #31
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Gooseberry, I cut a hole in the front/bottom of my oven box to accommodate a pan and wood chips.
Makes a great portable smoker. Not too hard to do.
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Old 02-12-2019, 08:42 PM   #32
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Gooseberry, I cut a hole in the front/bottom of my oven box to accommodate a pan and wood chips.
Makes a great portable smoker. Not too hard to do.


Oh dam another level. Could I just use the chips in the bottom of the oven
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yeah definitely. the soot and ash would fall through bottom of that thing though and potentially clog the jets on your burners. A small low profile metal bowl or container of some sort would do the trick.
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I keep it simple this cheep Colmanís stove grills great and has a burner to boil but it also bakes with this stupid addition and well it works great.
How did I not know that this oven existed! Only $35 on Amazon... I am upset with myself for missing out on this for so long.
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yeah definitely. the soot and ash would fall through bottom of that thing though and potentially clog the jets on your burners. A small low profile metal bowl or container of some sort would do the trick.


A small pot pie dish would work and maybe some foil wrapped around the outside to keep in the lower temps.
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A small pot pie dish would work and maybe some foil wrapped around the outside to keep in the lower temps.
I found i needed to keep the oven door partially open to allow for heat to escape to keep the temps in the mid to high 100's. It requires more chips but that's not a big deal. I have a little chief smoker at home. I used the chip pan from that and cut a slot out for the handle similar to the chief. Worka very well on trips to Baja. I have since replaced it with a small gas smokehouse smoker I bring with me. Much better operation but also a bit bigger and more cumbersome. Either way having smoked meats to eat in the bsckcountry and packaged up to bring home is something I always look forward too.
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I'm in the cheap a** butane stove crowd. They work well for me and fit nicely in the box.
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We use the two burner break apart Partner Steel stove but do keep one of the two butane stoves that came with our SMB for quick stuff.
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