Smokers hold food in a large chamber filled with smoke. The smoke imparts a rich flavor to the food while you wait. From traditional sausage or jerky to vegetarian fare like tofu or chipotles, you can make a wide array of food with a good smoker.
These grill-like cooking machines typically burn wood fuel to create their smoke. You can change the flavor of the final product by changing the type of wood or adding spices to your wood smoker. Experimenting to discover your favorite blend can be almost as fun as eating the end result. The larger your smoker, the more you can cook at a time, which is especially useful since smoking is a time-intensive process. Enamel or other food-safe coating extends the working life of your cookers and keeps them safe from the weather so that you can smoke year-round.
Built-in thermometers are important to your smoking because they allow you to see the temperature without opening the door and letting out heat. They also ensure that you're cooking at a temperature that's high enough to eliminate bacteria but not so hot that it ruins the flavor. If you use a natural gas or other clean-burning grill, an outdoor smoker is an ideal accessory to have on hand for when you want extra flavor that gas cooking doesn't provide. Protect your hands with features like nonconductive handles made from material like plastic or glass.
Smokers let you create impressive dishes that your guests will remember for years to come. These outdoor living products are easy to use, and can add an extra element to your meal with no fuss. Take the time to familiarize yourself with our selection of smokers for sale and their various features to pick the one that's just right for your home.
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