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  1. #11
    Welcome. The MAK is a beast. We love ours
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  2. #12
    1st smoke was amazing...
    I had 3 racks baby back ribs, skinned night before, mustard and dry rub nivht before and then to rest in the frige for the night

    Next morning on the smoker at the smoke setting for 2 hours, pulled them off to wrap in foil with a little juice while i heated up the Mak to 275.
    Back they went on cor another hour and 45 min. Then for another 45 min out of the foil with a very light coating of bbq sauce.

    The pellet smoker exceeded expectations by a long shot, the ability to change temperatures, generate smoke, and just control the entire operation is amazing.

    Cant wait to get smoking something this weekend!

    And i still need to figure out how to post pics, if i click on the My Photos", i get Popup #2 , missing config file error

  3. #13
    Quote Originally Posted by rwalters View Post
    From one MAK owner to another... CONGRATS and welcome to pelletsmoking! Man, you are in for many years of good eatiní with your new 2 Star Iíve had my fairshares of WSMís over the years... and as great as they were/are, I doubt Iíll ever own one again. The MAK has me way to spoiled
    Yea, after one smoking on the Mak i can completely understand

  4. #14
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    Quote Originally Posted by YakHooker View Post
    1st smoke was amazing...
    I had 3 racks baby back ribs, skinned night before, mustard and dry rub nivht before and then to rest in the frige for the night

    Next morning on the smoker at the smoke setting for 2 hours, pulled them off to wrap in foil with a little juice while i heated up the Mak to 275.
    Back they went on cor another hour and 45 min. Then for another 45 min out of the foil with a very light coating of bbq sauce.

    The pellet smoker exceeded expectations by a long shot, the ability to change temperatures, generate smoke, and just control the entire operation is amazing.

    Cant wait to get smoking something this weekend!

    And i still need to figure out how to post pics, if i click on the My Photos", i get Popup #2 , missing config file error
    Love it!!! But c’mon brutha, get the pic issue figured out!!! :’(
    MAK 2 Star -- 26.75" Weber kettle -- Camp Chef FTG900

    I am not a vegetarian, but I eat animals that are...

  5. #15
    Well, this weekend it is a simple Pot roast. Plan to tie it up, and dry rub (probably just salt, pepper, and garlic powder) overnight. Then the plan is:
    2 hours on smoke
    up the temp to 220, and cook until 165 internal
    Then wrap in foil for an hour or two

    We will see how it goes. I will take pics along the way
    Greg

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