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Has anyone used one of those table-top smokers? Any good?


I'm a barbecue fanatic. It's not an everyday thing but I like using a charcoal smoker to cook critter. My Weber Smoky Mountain smoker will be a casualty of the divestiture necessary to get this lifestyle going. So help me out here, please. Are any of them worth more than a nickel?

I. Must. Have. Barbecue.

-- Edited by Old_Man on Wednesday 7th of February 2018 09:45:21 AM



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We use an electric smoker when we are at a location where we will be set up for more than week or so. It's by MasterBuilt and is the size of a mini-refrigerator. We set it on the picnic table at our site.

It works great. Good smoke flavor in meat, vegetables and my favorite Mac & Cheese.

One 4th of July we smoked the following at the same time in this smoker:
4 full racks of the large pork ribs
2 Whole Chickens
1 Family Size Stouffers Mac & Cheese
8 ears of corn put in for the last 10 minutes.

Everything was great

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The Bear II wrote:

We use an electric smoker when we are at a location where we will be set up for more than week or so. It's by MasterBuilt and is the size of a mini-refrigerator. We set it on the picnic table at our site.

It works great. Good smoke flavor in meat, vegetables and my favorite Mac & Cheese.


 Thanks, man!!!

Any experience, even just watching, with a table-top charcoal smoker? I use charcoal. It's what I prefer,

Anyone else?



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Since there are a lot of stops that won't allow charcoal, I use a Smoke Hollow when traveling. Yes it's gas. It has two burners plus one dedicated to a smoke tray that you put chips or saw dust in. I'm a wood and charcoal guy so this was a big step for me. It makes as good a ribs and pulled pork as I can do on my 22-1/2" Weber Kettle or my Char-Griller offset smoker/BBQ. I also have a Weber Q1000. It is a great little grill..........for a gas grill. The main thing I use it for is as a griddle. I remove the grilling grate/s and set a one piece griddle on it and I can cook for the whole camp! And in all fairness, it does grill an 80/20 burger to perfection.........but not much else.

www.smoke-hollow.com/collections/portable-grills-1/products/model-vt280rds-smoking-tabletop-gas-grill


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A table top smoker? You mean like this? 


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Good one!



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This is an old thread, so be aware that any information in the earlier posts could be out of date, and some products no longer available.

Please try to post only to threads that are a year old and newer.

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We have a Treager and we LOVE it!

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Sushidog wrote:

A table top smoker? You mean like this? 


Chip


 Ha ha ha, LOL... you are funny



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