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  1. #1
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    Default Stickburner vs. Wood cookers

    to me they are the same thing...
    Stick or Wood to me is the 1/4 log about 24" long you can buy and most any store, I get and use for smoke/heat.
    NOT chunks...
    am I off base here boys?
    God Bless

    SmokinTexas


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    looking for another smoker/grill

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    I believe that they are the same thing, though a lot of people build charcoal baskets for their stick burners. When I split or buy fire wood, I usually will go for a face cord, which is 18" instead of 24". This allows me to manage a smaller fire once the pit is dialed in. Anyway, I like a wood fired pit as it is the link to the original Q!
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    Quote Originally Posted by nmayeux View Post
    I believe that they are the same thing, though a lot of people build charcoal baskets for their stick burners. When I split or buy fire wood, I usually will go for a face cord, which is 18" instead of 24". This allows me to manage a smaller fire once the pit is dialed in. Anyway, I like a wood fired pit as it is the link to the original Q!
    i meant to say 18"...oops
    you got a huge box there....does the fire burn like that all the time or just when the door opens ?
    God Bless

    SmokinTexas


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    I think in order to properly classify them (hey, this site was created out of Political Correctness ) I think we need to call them like we use them:

    Stickburners: burn sticks (must be at least 12" in length and not much wider then a pencil)

    Branchburners: burn branchs (again 12"+ with a diameter of 2" or more, but less than 6")

    Chunkburners: burn chunks

    Logburners: burn logs (6" plus diamter, 12"+ length)

    Treeburner: burns 1/4 trees at a time

    Sumpburner: burns only Stumps (in fact, Stumps cookers are false advertising, as they do not use stump wood)

    I think this pretty much settles it.

    Noah, Nice logburner
    Bill-Chicago

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    Quote Originally Posted by SmokinTexas View Post
    ..does the fire burn like that all the time or just when the door opens ?
    He's just getting her hot with that propane weed burner you see there
    Bill-Chicago

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    good way to heat your stick.
    God Bless

    SmokinTexas


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    looking for another smoker/grill

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    Quote Originally Posted by Willkat98 View Post
    I think in order to properly classify them (hey, this site was created out of Political Correctness ) I think we need to call them like we use them:

    Stickburners: burn sticks (must be at least 12" in length and not much wider then a pencil)

    Branchburners: burn branchs (again 12"+ with a diameter of 2" or more, but less than 6")

    Chunkburners: burn chunks

    Logburners: burn logs (6" plus diamter, 12"+ length)

    Treeburner: burns 1/4 trees at a time

    Sumpburner: burns only Stumps (in fact, Stumps cookers are false advertising, as they do not use stump wood)

    I think this pretty much settles it.

    Noah, Nice logburner
    Nuff said......
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    I don't know what the actual temp is, but it cooks the way I want it to, so I don't guess it really matters.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Willkat98 View Post
    He's just getting her hot with that propane weed burner you see there
    Pink thong Bill hit her right on the nose! I use the brush burner to get her started, but I close all but one of the vents (leave one about 1/4 open) till she dials in at 225*. The one thing I love about the Lang, is that it takes a very small fire to keep her at temp. Now all I need is a guinea pig...
    Noah \#/

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