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Anyone use one?

simon1

Self Ignored by Vista
Looks like it may be good for smoking a small amount of stuff when you don't want to go outside and fire up the big one.

How well they work I have no idea.

 

Claudel Xerxes

Moderator Emeritus
I love it when my house smells of freshly cooked food, but I don't know if I'd want everything in my house to smell like burnt hickory and mesquite.
 

TexLaw

Fussy Evil Genius
Contributor
I've actually heard reasonably good things about them but never used one.
 

ChefJohnBoy-ardee

Contributor
I have one made by Viking. It does just fine.

The house does smell of hickory smoke for a day or two but doesn't linger as much as you would think unless you really crank it or let the water run out in the bottom. I've done rib tips, pork loin, a small butt and chicken thighs in it. Beats shoveling snow to do chicken.

Now I will shovel snow for a large amount of meats, especially multiple pork butts or a brisket.
 
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