Meat Smokers

There are many types and styles of meat smokers available in the marketplace these days. I've compiled this page as a sitemap of all the meat smoker information included here at Smoker-Cooking.com

If you are planning to buy a food smoker, or are interested in picking up some smoker cooking tips and techniques, you've come to the right place.




Charcoal Smokers

Brinkman Smokers
For the budget minded, the ECB (El Cheapo Brinkmann) can be the most frugal way to go for meat smoking adventures.
Weber Smokers
Weber. It just doesn't get much better than this. The Smokey Mountain Smoker is a Weber Classic.
Big Green Egg Grill
The Green Egg Grill can smoke foods equally well. The well insulated cooking area traps heat and moisture around the cooking foods.

Electric Smokers

Electric Smokers
Want to buy an electric smoker? Learn about them here.
Vertical Water Smokers
These can be found in charcoal and gas styles, too.

Wood Fired Pit Smokers

Pit Smokers
The traditional meat smoker, wood fired pit smokers make great tasting smoked meat. The offset fire box keeps the heat level manageable.


Vertical Water Smokers

Vertical Water Smokers
Learn about vertical water smokers, how to use them, how they're made, and more.
Brinkman Smokers
The Brinkmann Gourmet electric vertical water smoker holds up to 50 pounds of food at one time.
Electric Smokers
Electric vertical water smokers make smoking easy. Just plug it in.

Stove Top Smokers

Stove Top Smokers
Try a Cameron's Stove Top Smoker for indoor smoking on the stove top. Or use it over the campfire when out in the wilderness.

Gas Smokers

Vertical Water Smokers
Vertical smokers with gas burners feature precise temperature control for great smoking.
Gas Smokers
It's a gas, man. Gas smokers of the natural or propane varieties are hot, not cool.
Propane Smokers
Large or small, propane smokers are an all around good choice.
Natural Gas Smokers
Natural gas smokers are great for those permanent outdoor kitchens.

Propane Smokers

Propane Smokers
Propane smokers do a great job of smoking food. Is this your kind of smoker?
Vertical Water Smokers
Vertical water smokers can be heated with propane, charcoal or clean electric power.
Gas Smokers
Covers both propane smokers and natural gas meat smokers.

Natural Gas Smokers

Gas Smokers
Learn about natural gas smokers and propane smokers.
Natural Gas Smokers
Never deal with empty propane tanks again!

Bradley Smokers

Bradley Propane Smoker
This new Bradley meat smoker is portable and great for tailgate parties and trips to the park. The propane heated smoke generator is powered by 4 AA batteries.
Bradley Electric Smoker
The original Bradley smoker is a great choice if it's untended meat smoking your after. Just set it and forg....Wait! Wrong product!

Ceramic Smokers

Big Green Egg Grill
Designed after the 2000 year old Kamado smoker-grill originating in Japan, this ceramic smoker retains heat and moisture very well, and uses a minimum amout of charcoal when cooking.

Commercial Meat Smokers

Commercial Meat Smokers
Looking for a commercial meat smoker? Learn about the different kinds available, and what they are capable of.


Pellet Smokers

Pellet Smokers
Pellet smokers are very easy to use and do a great job. The pellets are fed automatically, allowing you to concentrate on more important details.

Tips For Meat Smokers

Smoker Cooking Secrets
If you want to know the best secrets NOT to tell, I've compiled them right here.
What Is Grilling?
Explains the difference between direct grilling and indirect grilling, and more.
The Grill Heat Test
Use this handy technique to test the temperature of your grill. But don't get burned...
Charcoal Tips
Charcoal can be tempermental to work with at times. This info should help you out.
Maintain Your PitSmoker Fire
Here you'll find out the best way to maintain the perfectly sized, clean burning fire in your pit smoker. No more creosote blackened food for you!



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