May 29, 2009
At 8:00 a.m. on Sunday I started the charcoal and began to settle in for a long day of smoking. I started the process by filling my Weber Charcoal Chimney up with Cowboy Hardwood Charcoal and let the coals get nice and hot.
The below picture is at 6:30 p.m. just before pulling all of the meat off of the smoker. The chicken had been in the smoker for 4 hours, the ribs for 7 hours, the brisket for 8.5 hours and the pork shoulder for 10 hours.
After our first use of the Weber Smokey Mountain Cooker Smoker I must say that the smoker lived up to the reviews - she worked like a charm. We can't wait to get our two Smokey Mountain Cooker's out on the Competitive BBQ circuit this year!
We'll keep you posted on all of her stories as she produces some of the best BBQ you'll ever have.Don't forget to visit us on the web at www.porkbarrelbbq.com!!