The Smoker

There are so many things that you can cook on the grill or the smoker. Last year right before the holidays our son bought a smoker and I think he practiced every weekend smoking different things, In the old days, I had a homemade smoker from an old refrigerator. But that didn’t even compare to how nice these new smokers are. The more maintenance-free the smoker the more I liked them. The easier the clean up the more I like them. When I’m cooking with a smoker I want my meat cooking evenly with the different rubs and flavors I like to use. But a biggy that can make or break your day of seasoning and smoking, is overcooking and drying out your piece of culinary delight. Dried out and overcooked meat can just ruin your day. You don’t want folks struggling to pull your meat apart because it’s overcooked and dried out. It’s not what you want. The nice thing about today’s modern smokers is they do a lot of the work for you. You are less likely to overcook and undercook your meats. The smoking is more even and dispersed across all the surfaces of your meat. Depending on the type of smoker most include modern meat thermometers and more modern digitals with lots of bells and whistles. Remember you can have the best, most creative rub and coldest beer to go with it. But you overcook the meat and you’ve ruined your day. Let the smoker do the hard work for you. Here is one that gets the job done well me the Char-Broil Deluxe Digital Electric Smoker

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