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    Charcoal or Gas

    I love to smoke and grill, both ways. What do you use?

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    Howdy.AR......

    Depends on the time and circumstances............

    If we want something quick we use the gas grill.

    If we want something really full of grilled mesquite deliciousness I fire up the mesquite grill.



    If I have all day and some time the day before I'll fire up the the smoker



    and stoke it with some mesquite and the family comes over and we feast on some smokey deliciousness..............



    Good god I want to smoke something this weekend............
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    gas is fast for everyday use,Charcoal has it's advantage's,try smokeing some pork with orange wood.

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    Looks like I'm like everyone else ...... depends on situation at the time. Willing to do it either way being both are available

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    ACFXR,,, I'm gunna HAVE to smoke something this weekend after looking at that! Dang man, there should be a law against such pics being posted on here!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tech it out View Post
    ACFXR,,, I'm gunna HAVE to smoke something this weekend after looking at that! Dang man, there should be a law against such pics being posted on here!
    Yeah Tech, i'm chompin at the bit for Easter weekend so I have an excuse to fire it up!
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    Do ya need an excuse, REALLY?
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    The gas is nice, but just can't compete with some good smoke......
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    I was recently made a believer in charcoal and wood chips after years of gas only. Really doesn't take that long at all for only two people.

    I am actually going to toss my gas grill to make room for a smoker.

    ACFIXR - what's a good smoker site to do some research?

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    Quote Originally Posted by hurtinhvac View Post
    I was recently made a believer in charcoal and wood chips after years of gas only. Really doesn't take that long at all for only two people.
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    I like gas for grilling hands down, that is if you have a nice grill.

    Smoker with charcoal and my preference, hickory, for smoking.

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    I cook with wood, round here a face cord of apple cost $50 and it last a long time.

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