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Discussion in 'Food' started by Juice, Aug 26, 2014.
Not sure if you still need it but I got mine from Barrel Pro.
For those in the QC area, you might wanna try this out: https://m.facebook.com/brodieslownslow/
The proprietor is a former student. It's a one-man operation, so he only does meet ups and limited delivery. I tried his ribs last week. Meat is firm but tender, and really flavorful. Didn't even need the sauce Perfect for a Sunday family lunch.
How was you Barrel Pro smoker so far? I also ordered a medium sized smoker/griller from them and it will be deliver to me next week. Care to share tips in using their smoker?
@tinmuning , thanks for bringing it up. I'll check their fb page.
Sir @julmercado, may I know how much did you pay for your medium size smoker? please post pics once you get your smoker. thanks.
Sir @julmercado, may I know how much did you pay for your medium size smoker? please post pics once you get your smoker. thanks.[/QUOTE]
I got it for P7,200. The size of the main camber is 25"x14 and the firebox is 16"x11". They also sell hickory wood chunks.
Hi! It's still ok, I got the medium one around Feb this year and no signs of rust or any problem so far. I'm not really a pro in terms of grilling nor I'm meticulous with after-use care of the grill. Oh and I remember the owner telling me to put plyboard then stones in the bottom half of the barrel grill so the charcoal does not rest directly on the surface of the barrel itself (see pic).
I've asked the owner a LOT of questions and tips before and after purchasing and the guy's very accommodating.
Did he tell you how to clean the smoker? I'm guessing you just have to remove the gravel and plank, to clean the ashes.
^Hi juice. The guy gave instructions to our maid when he delivered re: cleaning. Use water & vinegar or use grease cutter cleaners (though I have no idea about this, just using whatever we have at home).
Will it not accumulate moist and eventually corrode the barrel if you put plyboard and stones?
@julmercado I just checked my smoker and no signs of corrosion yet. Other than what the seller told me, I have zero idea on how to take care of a grill so I just took whatever advice he gave.
My smoker/griller/rottiserie has arrived.
My first try in smoking ribs for 4 hours in hickory chips.
Sorry, the ribs was consumed before I think of taking pictures.
Have you also tried smoking using coconut shells?
Not yet, but that's what they use to make tinapang bangus in mass production.
My wife had a dinner party once. One of her guests said she smokes using peanut shells and tea leaves(sounded girly lol).
If you have Netflix, try to watch "Barbecue". From the Japanese Yakitori, Philippine Lechon to Texas Briskets.