Friendly Fred from Corning, AR
Slow cooking, good afternoon of visiting and chating Guests ask when will they be invited back . . .
Sandi from Henry, TN
great smoker we have used it for turkeys, a pork roast and some hamburgers. does a great job on all of them. can't get enough!!
Billy bob from Lakeland , Fl.
I use the smoker to cook for my family and friends.
ZekesNana from Dallas, Tx
We have smoked chicken, beef, and pork on this smoker. Throw a little beer in the bowl and the meat turns out tender juicy and wow.
Sam from Yukon, OK
This smoker works great after doing some suggested modifications.
will from cleveland tennessee
Dale from Libby, MT
I use the product to smoke briskets, ribs, chicken, and fish. I like its ease of use and reliability. It is also reasonably portable. Having two grills is helpful when smoking foods with different cooking times. I wish it had a thermometer to indicate the temperature inside the smoker since it's difficult to estimate cooking times in the colder weather. I've used a meat thermometer to gauge the how done the meats are, but this can be unreliable in the colder weather. At what outside temperature should I expect the smoker to be unable to maintain a sufficient temperature to completely cook the meats?
the cook from greenville nc
bass pro shop sells the heating elements for [$] hope that helps
Big Bob from Newton, Iowa
Hot Little Chili Mama from Albuquerque, NM
This little grill will surprise you with the great flavor your meat will taste like you went to your local steak restaurant. For the average user you can't miss you'll want to grill again and again. However, the drawback is; most people do not like waiting on charcoal to get going. The average user would rather have a $600.00 stainless steel gas burner grill that never really cures in due time. Why waste a good piece of meat to GAS!.. Cave men had no gas. The Iron grates will cure as you grill also, the iron grates sear your meat, cooks evenly so that most of the entire flavor comes from your fire. If you love the way your meat tastes, try fruit and vegies on the grill. Yes, I did say, FRUIT! My husband and I are great fans of the fire we grill & smoke often (every week) should I just say, year round. The only time we use gas is for our gas heater to keep us warm as we grill or smoke meat during the winter. So get your stainless steel gas grill out, clean it up place it on Craig's list to sell. Now buy your new Char Griller, you'll still have money left over to buy a great hunk of meat. Once you decide to use fire you'll wonder, "What was up with the gas thing any way?"...