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  1. Table Top Gravity Feed Smoker I had seen one of these on a forum, and I was sent a set of drawings to build one, but I thought it was too big. I scaled the drawings down, and made the cooking chamber big enough to take a standard domestic oven rack. The frame is made from 1 inch/25mm box section. Interior is 1.5mm Stainless Steel, which as a novice welder was a nightmare, it twisted and warped all over. The exterior is 1.5mm Steel. Started led making the Chute Door to test how the 90' clamps worked. Next the frame, pretty impressed with
  2. Hello all I'm looking to buy my first smoker but torn between which one to get, I keep reading the fornetto is better made the the ProQ but seems harder to get parts and accessories in the UK. Any advice would be much appreciated ? or anyone who has had experience with either ?. Many thanks
  3. Actually bought my first ever bbq grill, a £50 drum, a covid shielding purchase, and haven't stopped using it. Cooked everything on it from spatchcocked chicken, roast potatoes, roast sprouts to the usual suspects. Just started curing meats and would love a smoker for low n slow. I'm on a budget and the internet research is a minefield but the callow cook4all keeps appearing within my budget as a beginner. £109 through Amazon and other sites. Is it worth the plunge as an entry level and will it provide good results?
  4. What is the best reasonable price Pellet Smoker on the UK market?
  5. Saw this today & thought of @Icefever as I think he has a Kentucky. The seems to be stock around some stores so you might be lucky if it's of interest to anyone. Cheers n Gone NIck
  6. I have a Callow upright smoker for sale, only used a handful of times. Covered and stored indoors when not in use. Collection only from Reading. £40
  7. When I was made aware of the Callow smoker I must confess to being a little skeptical. It is being sold for ~£85 and in the pictures it looked quite small. It is being marketed as: I ordered one and 2 days later it was delivered... What was in the box? The smoker was well packed and came in a surprisingly small box. Although it needs to be assembled there are relatively few components and the whole smoker can be assembled within about 20 minutes using only a cross-head screwdriver and a pair of pliers. Unpacking The build quality of the unit is very good a
  8. What commercial smokers are being used in the UK BBQ Restaurants?
  9. Whilst trawling the bay I came across this offer which seems to be a good deal a Bradley 2 rack compact smoker for £89.99. I don't have one myself......yet. But i'm tempted! https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Bradley-2-Rack-Convection-Smoker/174078984240?_trkparms=aid%3D111001%26algo%3DREC.SEED%26ao%3D1%26asc%3D20160727114228%26meid%3D08015381e51b4760823eb6b1eac5e23b%26pid%3D100290%26rk%3D1%26rkt%3D4%26sd%3D174078984240%26itm%3D174078984240%26pmt%3D0%26noa%3D1%26pg%3D2060778&_trksid=p2060778.c100290.m3507 There is an independent review here https://www.theblackpeppercorn.com/2013/08
  10. Here's plans for a Gravity Feed Smoker. I have built a smaller version of this, and currently building this version. http://www.woodsmokeforum.uk/topic/28-table-top-gravity-feed-smoker/ Work in progress!
  11. Hi there, just testing the waters to see if there is any interest in Southern Pride SPK 280 located in Ireland. Shipped from my restaurant in the states where eventually I was going to open second restaurant in Ireland. Unfortunately the dream has changed so am offering the unit for sale. Unit is currently sitting on a Ifor-Williams trailer and is ready to go. If you are looking at this add you know what these are, do and what they cost new in the UK. Finding a used one in Europe is nigh on impossible. I have attached a few pictures of unit in storage along with the spec sheets. Selling unit (
  12. Here at Brew n Q, ProQ have announced their latest model - the ProQ XXXXXXL 😀
  13. UDS Smoker Build Barrel of EBay, paid £11.00. NOTE. If you are planing on hinging the lid, do not buy a barrel with a ridge just below the lid, as this is exactly where the hinge is mounted. Used masking tape down the side to mark out position of Shelfs. Drilled shelf support holes Drilled lid to take vent. Vent is a Stainlees Steel fitting donated by a friend, fitted a butterfly valve inside. Had some Shelfs left from a Pit Boss Kamado so fitted them. Utensil rack add
  14. £10 off here, not sure thou if it's the latest model... https://www.planetbarbecue.co.uk/the-callow-smoke-n-grill-water-smoker-c2x24912355
  15. 1st impressions/thought , wished I’d used my UDS now Second thought , after doing pulled pork and too many ribs that went dry . I don’t actually like pulled pork or brisket all that much ! Lol bugger
  16. Following some feedback from a past student about some difficulties she had in trying to keep the temperatures down in the cardboard box cold smoker to smoke cheese on warm days I have made some adjustments to the original design to create the "Cardboard Box Smoker Deluxe" . Having now performed several very successful smokes in it I can confirm that the slight modification has made a lot of difference. Here is a link to the original Cardboard Box Smoker... http://www.woodsmokeforum.uk/topic/24-cardboard-box-cold-smoker/ The mod involved simply adding a separate, smaller, cardboard b
  17. On my courses I often get asked by students about cold smoking as they would like to try but that they think it required a lot of specialist equipment. This is not the case and it can be very inexpensive to start. One of the simplest and cheapest cold smokers is a large cardboard box. These are easily obtained free of charge from your nearest supermarket or discount store. Cut the lid flaps off the top of the box and ensure that the bottom is firmly taped. Turn the box over so that the solid "bottom" is now at the top. You now need to cut 2 holes.... The first at the
  18. I don't want my El Cheapo Brinkmann smoker any more. It has an electric element that runs on 110v so you will need a site tranformer to run it, but you can pick these up very cheaply secondhand. It's quite tatty and a bit rusty, I haven't used it for a long time and need the space. Free to anyone here who can collect it from South East London, else I'll chuck it on Freecycle or take it to the tip.
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