🔥 What's cooking on your SmokeFire?

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The thin blue smoke the Smokefire puts out produces great smoke rings and great smoke flavor.
 
Any big cooks going on for the 4th of July?
Trying out Steven Raichlen's recipe for Cherry-Glazed baby backs. First pic is 2 hours in. Second is after first swash with cherry syrup. Raichlen did not wrap but I decided to do so for the 4th hour. Glazed again before I wrapped. Fingers crossed. After wrap glazed again and ramped up the temp to 500 to crisp things up. I used 100 % cherry pellets and a cherry syrup from Hawaiian shave ice. Once the judges (i.e. my wife) votes are in I'll update. Always remember - they get two votes - we get one. LOL

Cheers Guys and Gals and Happy 4th. Remember ... Light fuse and get away fast!
 

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WS Charcoal again. Made some sammiches out of this chuck roast. 🤤

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What's everyone have planned to cook this weekend on the SmokeFire?
Well, I'm a newbie to this forum and to pellet grilling/smoking. After reviewing many different pits I decided on the Smokefire Stealth and really love it so far! I've had a couple issues but overcame them...primarily with temp drops after ~4 hours and one w/major pellet overflow into the bottom of the pit w/team drop...assumed controller was calling for more heat the fire was actually out so just loading pellets. However, my point of the post was to post a couple pics of 3 items I've done including pork shoulder, chuck roast and chipotle Cherry spatchcock chicken...all came out great!
 

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Beef Short Ribs take 2, 1 hour with Smokeboost and 5 hours @ 200 and 1hour after brushing with sauce @ 225. This was a keeper.
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Tonight was pizza night, they turned out pretty good. Right side of the grill definitely cooked better. Could be a hotter side, but I am also using disposable broiler pans on the left side that probably acted as heat deflectors.
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Tonight was pizza night, they turned out pretty good. Right side of the grill definitely cooked better. Could be a hotter side, but I am also using disposable broiler pans on the left side that probably acted as heat deflectors. View attachment 6245
I always put the pizzas on the right side but on the upper level to get the heat rolling off the lid to help cook the top. Looks great!
 
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