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Smoker Built Out Of Refigerator
Used refrigerators make great smokers for meat and fish, says Dave Wessling, Breese, Ill. He installed a conventional flue pipe through the top of the cabinet and cut an intake hole for fresh air in the lower left side.
  To create heat and smoke, he uses a simple electric hot plate with a metal pan on top to hold wood chips. As the chips heat up, they produce plenty of smoke.
  Wessling mounted a thermostat on the outside of the refrigerator to control the temperature inside. He notes that because the refrigerator cabinet is so well insulated, it does a good job retaining heat.
  Contact: FARM SHOW Followup, Dave Wessling, 106 N. Second, Breese, Ill. 62230 (ph 618 526-4953).

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2001 - Volume #25, Issue #3