A selection of the best home smokers for 2013-2014 under $500 I found while researching online.
Smoked and barbecued foods are as much a part of summer as baseball and apple pie. Often, people are apprehensive to attempt smoking their own meats. But, with a little bit of knowledge, the process can be quite simple to learn. Here are...
My first introduction to a Smoker was when a friend of mine shared some smoked Wild Bore that he had made. Needless to say, it was delicious and my Smoker journey began. Smokers are not difficult to use, but they do require a little more attention and maintenance during the cooking process than a charcoal or gas grill.
General Tips Those who know how to use a smoker will tell you that the key to cook the best meat is to know just how prepare the wood, and how much wood should be added to the smoker once started. You want the wood to burn slowly at a nice even temperature.
Overall, the smoker performs as well as the older model but is much easier to use. With the thermometer, it will be much easier to maintain temperature and smoke up some great grub right out of the box.
We've been using this smoker for about a year now and I'm happy with the purchase.
The smoker is wonderful. No problems. No issues. No weak points. It just works and works well. I line the bottom of the box and the top of the woodbox with foil and clean the racks, and that is all. This is one of the best purchases I have made EVER
Beware...with this large smoker cabinet don't be surprised if your neighbor tries to talk you into letting them put some meat in the cabinet along with yours.
By Wayne Hope | Here is a selection of the best home smokers with reviews and all under $500
After doing some research online here are best home smokers includes electric, propane and charcoal all for under $500
Here are the best home smokers I found for under $500 when researching online
These are best home smokers that I found under $500 with customer reviews. Includes electric, propane and charcoal smokers. Powered by RebelMouse