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Old 09-12-2013, 12:16 PM
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Good advice, if I get only 10-20 minutes of smoke next time I will be very pleased:-)
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Also make sure you invite. The neighbors over for pizza or take them bread, it is amazing now that I take the neighbors bread they look forward to it whenever my oven smokes a little, you can be strategic and take the bread in the direction of the smoke for maximum value.
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Also, try preheating a couple of bits of wood in the entry before adding them to the fire. They will catch alight almost instantly.
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Old 09-12-2013, 11:24 PM
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Also make sure you invite. The neighbors over for pizza or take them bread, it is amazing now that I take the neighbors bread they look forward to it whenever my oven smokes a little, you can be strategic and take the bread in the direction of the smoke for maximum value.
Thats genius! thanks
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