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ASMOKE - AS300 review

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    ASMOKE - AS300 review

    Been trying to figure out what I'm going to be carrying in the 5th wheel when we pull up our stakes and travel 4-6 months.

    We have a small travel trailer right now, and carrying
    • 2 burner propane Camp Chef Stove with one cast iron flat top griddle.
    • Royal Gourmet 20"(?) three burner propane griddle (ceramic coated griddle)
    • POS propane grill that sits in a compartment on the trailer, ugraded with grillgrates grates
    • electric ASmoke pellet smoker/grill

    AS-300 arrived damaged, I'm following up with mfg right now. It was extremely well packaged, UPS did a number on it tho. They found the one weak spot in the packaging

    Cooked on it a couple of times already. It doesn't have as much smoke as I'm used to off the weber smoker. but, given the size of the packaging, think this will be a keeper. Seems to be holding temperature pretty close to set temp.

    Then the question comes down to, do I want to carry both the griddle and stove top. As much as I'm liking the griddle, the stove top just has a bit more versatility. Guess we'll have to wait to get the 5er to see what will fit.

    Pictures! We need pictures!


      Do not forget the PBR? But not when driving.


      • MBMorgan
        MBMorgan commented
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        It’s been a long time since I successfully diagramed a sentence ... but I THINK you just said "Do not not forget the PBR even while driving". That sounds dangerous ... or not. 😳

      • bbqLuv
        bbqLuv commented
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        Quote: "Do not forget the PBR? But not when driving."
        I like to sip and not overindulge. I take pleasure in BBQing with a beer in hand, or in colder weather a cocktail, neat does nicely.
        Actually, my intent is to wish you a fun, and safe 4-6 months.


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