Barbecue (alt.food.barbecue) Discuss barbecue and grilling--southern style "low and slow" smoking of ribs, shoulders and briskets, as well as direct heat grilling of everything from burgers to salmon to vegetables.

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Old 06-04-2005, 05:42 AM
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Quite a while back someone posted plans for a baffle which tends to handle
the problem of too much heat reaching meat near the fire box on a horizon
offset smoker. I need to install a baffle on a Brinkman Pitmaster. I made a
stupid move and didn't save the plans when they were posted. I would
appreciate someone posting their fix. Thanks.



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On 6-Apr-2005, "Adam" wrote:

Quite a while back someone posted plans for a baffle which tends to handle
the problem of too much heat reaching meat near the fire box on a horizon
offset smoker. I need to install a baffle on a Brinkman Pitmaster. I made
a
stupid move and didn't save the plans when they were posted. I would
appreciate someone posting their fix. Thanks.


I believe those mods are in the FAQ someplace. They're applicable to
most all of the low end offsets. Being to lazy to drill a couple of holes
in a piece of metal plate or sheet metal, I just laid a couple of bricks
on the grill at the firebox opening to deflect a lot of the radiant heat
getting into the smoking chamber. It seems to work pretty well, but
doesn't take the place of a neat modification as per the FAQ. My
trick uses up some grate space, wheras the FAQ mod does not.

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On 6-Apr-2005, "Adam" wrote:

Quite a while back someone posted plans for a baffle which tends to handle
the problem of too much heat reaching meat near the fire box on a horizon
offset smoker. I need to install a baffle on a Brinkman Pitmaster. I made
a
stupid move and didn't save the plans when they were posted. I would
appreciate someone posting their fix. Thanks.


I believe those mods are in the FAQ someplace. They're applicable to
most all of the low end offsets. Being to lazy to drill a couple of holes
in a piece of metal plate or sheet metal, I just laid a couple of bricks
on the grill at the firebox opening to deflect a lot of the radiant heat
getting into the smoking chamber. It seems to work pretty well, but
doesn't take the place of a neat modification as per the FAQ. My
trick uses up some grate space, wheras the FAQ mod does not.

Brick (Keep the shiny side up)

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