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    Camerons stovetop smoker

    Damn thing is awesome. I kinda didn't want it to be because its so simple, but its cool as hell.
    I'm kayaking the Rio Chama next week in New Mexico and bought it so we could smoke over the propane burners. No fires in the desert so making do.
    Smoked a porkloin with applewood bacon, worstershire/sherry glaze and fresh garlic in 40 minutes start to finish to try it out.
    Talapia smoked with alder wood in 16 minutes. Badazz

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    Smoked fish... check, easy , delicious.

    Throwing a steak, some fajita strips, and a kielbasa on now. Friends are full and I'm still saying, "try this".

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    Quote Originally Posted by RazorJet View Post
    Smoked fish... check, easy , delicious.

    Throwing a steak, some fajita strips, and a kielbasa on now. Friends are full and I'm still saying, "try this".
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    Whitewater kayaking?

    Pfft.

    Try riding a bicycle if you wanna try a real sport. Lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by RazorJet View Post
    kielbasa....Friends....try this.
    Craig's List is teh awesome,

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2milehighJet View Post
    Wrong Cameron. This one smokes meat. Then again, not really sure who Alan Ruck bats for. Haaaa

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    Quote Originally Posted by PlumberKhan View Post
    Whitewater kayaking?

    Pfft.

    Try riding a bicycle if you wanna try a real sport. Lol
    The only bike riding I like consists of dirt, jumps and carnage. Oh... and a motor.
    However, I like my boats self propelled and my water white and bumpy.

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    Me and my Cameron smoker are almost to New Mexico. Just left Cadillac Ranch outside of Amarillo. We painted Caddys. Pork loin tonight

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    Quote Originally Posted by southside View Post
    At 1:04 they show poultry being cooked. That must be the smallest ****ing chicken in the world to fit in that pan.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Boston Patriot View Post
    At 1:04 they show poultry being cooked. That must be the smallest ****ing chicken in the world to fit in that pan.
    It would probably work well if you butterflied the bird and brined it first.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Boston Patriot View Post
    At 1:04 they show poultry being cooked. That must be the smallest ****ing chicken in the world to fit in that pan.
    I just thought the quality of the video was very 1990s and cheesy as hell.

    I'm not sure what the big deal is. It's a pan with a smaller lid laid over some ground wood chips.

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    With the smoke detector blaring, apt. building evacuated. I don't think me neighbors are interested in trying my smoked brisket

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    Quote Originally Posted by BURGERMIKE View Post
    With the smoke detector blaring, apt. building evacuated. I don't think me neighbors are interested in trying my smoked brisket
    I have got 8 hours to kill, lets put on the Cameron!!!

    seriously, how do you control the temp in that thing with your heat source from bottom only???????

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    What's better the Namath cooker or this

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    Okay, just got off the river today and the Cameron was a hit. Every mouth I fed wants their own. The river was awesome. Pushy class 3 whitewater all day. I ran saftey boat all weekend, well that and probe on the biggest brownest water.
    Every night when we pulled boats off the river, everyones priority was to get me smoking on the Cameron and then playin creekside chef with our numerous boxes of food.
    The damn thing is so simple that its shameful that it works.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2milehighJet View Post
    I have got 8 hours to kill, lets put on the Cameron!!!

    seriously, how do you control the temp in that thing with your heat source from bottom only???????
    It actually smokes and cooks at the same time. Its three times faster that using a big grill so I can use it twice before I can finish anything outside.
    I used my gasone camping stove all week and weekend with it, and its been great.

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