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Camp Chef 18-Inch Smoke Vault
Char-Broil Vertical Gas Smoker & BBQ Oven
Camp Chef Deluxe Cast Iron 16 Inch 2 Burner Stove Barbecue Gas Grill Box | BB90L
Classic Accessories Veranda Square Smoker Cover
Veranda Large Square Smoker Cover
Black Round Smoker Cover
Classic Accessories Round Ravenna Smoker Cover - Outdoor
Hickory Large Square Smoker Cover
Hickory Large Round Smoker Cover
Bayou Classic 30 PSI Adjustable Regulator w/ 48 In Outdoor Cooker Propane Hose
Camp Chef SmokePro STX Wood Pellet Outdoor BBQ Grill and Smoker, Black | PG24STX
There’s nothing better than backyard barbecues with friends and family during the summertime. Sure, grills are great but a smoker takes outdoor cooking to a whole new level. A BBQ smoker can elevate your barbecue by providing an easy way to deliver tender meat infused with a deep and woody flavor. Smoked foods take on the flavor profile of the wood used during the cooking process. Whether you’re in the mood for chicken, ribs, brisket, or roasted pork, you'll have delicious smoky flavor infused in every bite!
Types of Smokers
Smokers are grilling appliances specifically designed for cooking at low temperatures for long periods of time in a controlled, smoky environment. BBQ smokers are best suited for fattier, tougher pieces of meat like briskets, roasts, and pork shoulders. These types of meats need time to properly break down without overcooking the exterior. If you’re not sure which option is right for you, here are a few differences to take note of:
- Electric Smokers - With electric smokers, you won’t have to fuss with lighting charcoal. Instead, this type of smoker will require an electrical outlet for power. Although it may not be the best portable option, one benefit is that you’ll never need to have propane on hand. These smokers take up very little space and are a great option for those living in apartments or places where gas or charcoal isn’t allowed.
- Charcoal Smokers - Charcoal smokers will help you achieve that smoky taste you crave from slow-cooked barbecue. You’re sure to enjoy that classic BBQ flavor but keep in mind that charcoal smokers will need plenty of fuel and require work to maintain their temperature.
- Pellet Smokers - This option allows you to enjoy electric power with the authentic taste that wood pellets offer. Not only are pellet smokers easy to use but they’re perfect for low and slow BBQ. Wood pellets are available in a variety of wood types to impart unique flavors to food. All you need to do is fill the hopper and let the grill do the rest.
- Propane Smokers - Smokers powered by propane typically heat faster and easier than electric smokers but are still easy to use. It offers great heat control and can reach an ideal temperature relatively quickly.
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