My Weber family

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My Weber family

Postby Clayfish » 13 Aug 2012, 11:21

Busy day on Saturday, had to fire up four BBQs

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Re: My Weber family

Postby keith157 » 13 Aug 2012, 12:04

Prresumably 1 for any vegans who trolled along :D
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Re: My Weber family

Postby London Irish » 14 Aug 2012, 08:26

Love that pic :D
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Re: My Weber family

Postby SmokeyBBQYum » 11 Sep 2012, 14:50

thats a nice collection!

Whats the little smoker? I presume the larger one is a 57cm smoker .
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Re: My Weber family

Postby Clayfish » 19 Sep 2012, 10:39

Hi SmokeyBoy, sorry for the delay in reply hopefully you'll see this

I assume you mean the one on the right? Image Image

It's a Weber Smokey Joe with the tamale pot Mini WSM mod see this thread http://www.bbbqs.com/Forum/viewtopic.php?f=29&t=2604.

In original pic from left to right (all Weber): Go Anywhere, 57cm One Touch Premium, 57cm Smokey Mountain, Mini WSM (Smokey Joe).

It works really well for small smokes, deceptively large capacity for such a small cooker, did two racks of spares (trimmed St Louis style) last weekend, one on each grate - I had to cut a couple of bones off the enf of the longer rack but these became 'chefs treats' so it's all good!
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Re: My Weber family

Postby SmokeyBBQYum » 20 Sep 2012, 08:16

Clayfish wrote:Hi SmokeyBoy, sorry for the delay in reply hopefully you'll see this

I assume you mean the one on the right? Image Image

It's a Weber Smokey Joe with the tamale pot Mini WSM mod see this thread http://www.bbbqs.com/Forum/viewtopic.php?f=29&t=2604.

In original pic from left to right (all Weber): Go Anywhere, 57cm One Touch Premium, 57cm Smokey Mountain, Mini WSM (Smokey Joe).

It works really well for small smokes, deceptively large capacity for such a small cooker, did two racks of spares (trimmed St Louis style) last weekend, one on each grate - I had to cut a couple of bones off the enf of the longer rack but these became 'chefs treats' so it's all good!


Thanks for that, i had no idea you could do that with a Weber Smokey Joe! Brilliant.
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