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Topic Title: where do i put the smoking tray!
Created on April 19, 2014 at 07:22 AM

Doubter

i want smoke flavor!
where do i put the tray for best results! and has anybody used a bigger pan for longer smoke action?

Believer

In the bacl left corner of the grill beneath the cooking grate. No need for long smoking action. Once the meat reaches 120-140 degrees it stops absorbing in smoke.

dave

what model do you have ?

Doubter

mavrick

dave

the maverick has a different drip pan than the other models your best bet would be to put it under the cooking grid on the left end where you can put the tray so it touches the outside wall of the grill

doubter

Thanks dave !

Dave

what state do you live in ? if you go to the cook out calendar enter your zip code and see if there's a demo you can go to ask the demonstrator questions they know all about the Holland grills

Doubter

Indiana

I have been checking out the calender and plan on attending one ! maybe i will get some tips !

Dave

north ,south east or west

Doubter

Northeast !

dave

well I'm N W so that shoots the idea of showing you about the Holland. your other ? about being a grill or an oven can be explained like this if you watch some of the grilling shows on T V you'll see that a lot of the cooks have to turn 1 burner on and another off and so on to achieve what the Holland does all the time the Holland is the original full time indirect grilling system. Mr. Holland found out years ago that by cooking indirect you don't dry out or burn your food. that's the best way I know how to explain the Holland GRILL

Doubter

Thanks Dave !
I plan on attending A Holland cookout! and i am going to try to keep an open mind ! I will say one thing about the Holland Thing it is easy, (turn it on Throw it on then go back in side for the predetermined time then flip more time and it is done but i still haven't figured out he whole flavor thing ! othier than a bunch of spices and marinades?

Doubter

By the Way Dave I Will agree that the cooking shows and othier Grills do use their grill like ovens and holland has that whole option nailed but i like the flavor of the flamed kissed stuff i have concluded that i will be buying a GRILL maybe starting it over on that one for a sear flame kiss then onto the Holland for the Roasting oven type work !
Thanks again DAVE