When I purchased the 4 ft. smoker, I was going to just use
it at church functions, and family reunions, but there got
to be such a demand for the smoker, I had to start renting
It's not hard to get $10.00 a day, because it is easy to
work. Pour your water in, build your fire, place your meat,
corn (in the shuck), potatoes, then set drafts for the temperature
you want, throw BBQ sauce on once in awhile, check the fire
once in awhile.
I have cooked chicken halves for 4 hours at 225 degrees,
and some of the added water he stores insert, rushed out as
we broke the skin of the chicken.
I have cooked pork spare ribs for 6 hours at 225 degrees
and they came out great.
When members of my family and my neighbors see this smoker
home on Sundays, they all bring some kind of meat for me to
cook for them.