Question about Brinkmann All-In-One Gas and Charcoal 810-5000-0 All-in-One Grill / Smoker
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Here is a link for your manual. This should tell you everything you need to know. You can download it for free by clicking on the floppy disk icon and save as.. just put it some place where you know where it is or you can print it out. If this solves your problem, PLEASE rate this as fixed. If you need more help just add a comment and I'll be happy to help you further. Thanks and have a nice day.
Posted on Apr 30, 2008
Sure...the smoker top and middle lift off. There is a pan that goes over the charcoal pit. The pan is used to create moist heat. It will produce steam while you cook. I recommend flavoring whatever fluid you put in the pan with fruit, fruit juice, or frozen concentrate, or wine, mixed with water. You can put your initial batch of charcoal in the bottom, (pit) and fire it up just as you would any charcoal grill. once the coals are ready, you can put the pan over them, put the middle section in, (with whatever meat you prefer), then finally the top. During cooking, to produce a smoky flavor, you can put water soaked hickory or misquete chips with the charcoal, it has a door for access. You can also add charcoal as needed to maintain the desired heat level thru the door. Remember, it takes longer to prepare food on the smoker, the key is low heat and longer cooking times. For example, I usually cook a boston **** at about 185 degrees for up to 12 hours. Bon Appetite!
Posted on Oct 05, 2009
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