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Thread: My Dutch build Mini WSM

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    What is that ring for ?

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    Wow, SS pot...That's taking it to next level!!! I would have had a hard time painting the SS pot, but it came out nice and looks great. You're going to love that Mini
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    Quote Originally Posted by George Curtis View Post
    What is that ring for ?
    What ring do you mean?

    @ChuckO The painting was quite easy by using a hardhat coating. Drilling the hole for the probes was a pain in the ...
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    I've upgraded my mini with the new model Smokey Joe with air vents on the sides.
    The ash did kill the air flow of the old model at long cooks. Guess the new model solves this problem.

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    And again an upgrade: stainless steel perforated charocoal chamber.

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    Upgraded my mini again.

    Added a stainless steel water pan instead of a terra cotta pan.



    Now it's a lot easier to keep the mini stable on low temperatures. I fill the pan with boiling water.
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    These little mini smokers are so cool. Thanks for keeping it updated with your upgrades.

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    Looking good!
    Can you show us some pics of the food you've made in the mini?

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    Sure I can!

    Some baby back ribs:



    And even more ribs (love them when fall off the bone):



    220 Oz (6 KG) Pulled pork:




    Ham and meatloaf for easter:


    MOINK balls:


    And lots more.

    Nowadays (since 1 year more or less) I have a Kamado Joe Classic II, but still use the Mini WSM often.
    It works perfect, especially since I installed the water pan and is perfect for tailgating.

    The grill grates are getting rusty, so I'm searching voor SS grates in the same size at the moment.
    Currently I used the lower grates from the WSM 14", since the Smokey Joe grillgrates are a little too big for my pan (13 inch vs 13.5 inch).
    Last edited by Niels B; 01-13-2020 at 06:34 AM.
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    Looking good!

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