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Weber 7473 Expandable Smoking Rack, 22-Inch Reviews

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Weber 7473 Expandable Smoking Rack, 22-Inch

Weber 7473 Expandable Smoking Rack, 22-Inch

  • Rack collapses for easy cleaning and storage
  • Bars and hooks are made of durable stainless steel
  • Machine or hand wash

Get the most smoking versatility possible out of your 22.5-inch Smokey Mountain Cooker Smoker. The Weber Expandable Smoking Rack is designed to let you experiment with other smoking methods, in addition to the traditional smoke foods such as roasts and whole cuts of meat. The Expandable Smoking Rack comes complete with 3 support bars that span the width of the rack and 8 hooks that fit over the bars. To use, simply remove the top cooking grate and replace with the Rack. To smoke link sausages an

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Owner of a popular cabin rental in Pigeon Forge passes away

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Owner of a popular cabin rental in Pigeon Forge passes away
PIGEON FORGE, TN (WATE) – The owner of a popular cabin rental company in Pigeon Forge passed away on Friday. Dayna Day, owner of Sunset Cottage Rentals, had been in the hospital and unable to run her business. Sunset Cottage took down its …
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Author Jack Hatfield Holding Book Signing for Hatfield Clan Cookbook
Hatfield said, “Our recipes are mouth waterin', finger lickin', knee slappin', home cookin' GOOD!” The Hatfield and McCoy Dinner Theater is located at 119 Music Road in Pigeon Forge, Tenn. Show tickets are available for The Hatfield and McCoy Dinner …
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Tennessee Army National Guard helps GSMNP rangers with rescue

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Tennessee Army National Guard helps GSMNP rangers with rescue
The Tennessee Army National Guard helped park rangers rescue a man from the back country on Wednesday in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. A hiker called the park's Emergency Communications Center around 2:14 p.m. Wednesday to report …
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Rick Smith quits after months of turmoil, revelation of scathing schools report
… to remain superintendent and finish out the remaining three-and-a-half years of his contract. Smith's decision to step down came just a day after the Times Free Press wrote about a report sent by the Tennessee Department of Education to the school …
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Discovering Tennessee's Lost Sea
SWEETWATER, Tenn. — In 1905, a 13-year-old boy playing underground in a cave in eastern Tennessee found a crawlway. The boy, Ben Sands, wriggled through the 300-foot passage, emerging into a large, dark, room half-filled with water. Sands threw dirt …
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Dollywood opens for 2016 season
The trolleys transporting guests from the parking lot to the park were full, the turnstiles never stopped turning and the lines for rides grew quickly. However, the line for one ride was nonexistent because 'Lightning Rod's' opening was delayed. "They …
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Dolly Parton on Coat of Many Colors, Faith and Marriage

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Dolly Parton on Coat of Many Colors, Faith and Marriage
She tries to express them through her Dollywood Foundation, named after her amusement park in Pigeon Forge, Tennessee, which lures around 2.5 million visitors annually, and also through the extraordinary work of her Imagination Library, a charity that …
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Making every last day count: Hospice care helps couple deal with terminal illness
Charlene rented a handicapped-accessible motel room at the edge of the campground, and David drove his scooter to the campsites. Charlene's brother-in-law drove David to the car show in a golf cart, although “he couldn't tell us the make of any of the …
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Monday News Update

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Monday News Update
2. A riot broke out at the Mountain View Youth Development Center over the weekend. 3. Crews in Cocke County say they've contained 80% of the Halls Top fire. 4. Police in Gatlinburg say they've found a man and a woman dead in a hot tub at a rental cabin.
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Adriana Zoder: Please don't cast aspersions on the heroic
When women say “I'm just at home” or “I'm just a mom,” my first reaction is to tell them to forget the word “just.” I follow up by saying that I, too, am fighting a daily war in my own mind against the word “just” when I define what I do. A woman who …
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