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Special Touch Up Cleaning Needed Following Fish Cooks

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Posted by Don, Dueling Bubbas on September 13, 2016 at 17:20:50:

In Reply to: how often do you clean your smoker posted by Alec on September 13, 2016 at 15:12:50:

Alec & Muzzy,

Yep what 'da Muz shared.

Plus, unless you cook mostly seafood (fish) I'd do a pretty good cleaning to at least the inside ceiling/top of your cooker after you cook fish.

Flavors from the fish go up in smoke and condense on the top inside metal and inside your exhaust stacks. Next time you cook, moisture forms, goes up, and then you're basting your briskets with fish memories of the previous cook.

You don't have to do an entire "Spring cleaning" of all inside surfaces after you cook some fish... just the ones up on top where the condensation will go.

Dueling Bubbas

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