smoke on


hello everyone,
I am trying g to get my smoke in may bbq. there are lots of youtube vids that say hat this is possible so i’m trying to test this out for you guys. they say that you should soak your wood chips for about an hour (average) and then pop them over the heat and bad you have smoke. I have to say that my first attempt was not good. I left them on the burner for 20 mins and nothing. may e my bbq is not powerful enough or it I might be that it is only a few degrees c. it’s pretty cold out and i honk the BBQ was having trouble getting up to temp. I will wait until the temp rises and the chips are going to be more open. maybe that will work. wish me luck and i will report in once I get this figured out.
all the best,


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