Best Overall:Traeger Grills Pro Series
(The temperature control is awesome, allowing you to set a precise temperature for your smoking or frying needs. Smoke flavor is fantastic, especially when using pellet smokers with wood pellets.)
Best Budget:Masterbuilt MB20077618 Analog Electric Smoker
(Thermostat temperature control for even, consistent smoking. Removable,weatherproof racks for easy cleaning. Started up in just 30 seconds with electric start)
Editor's Choise:PIT BOSS Grills
(The Pit Boss 77550 comes with a Copper Monitor internal temperature, so you can be sure your meat is always at the right temperatures)
Cuisinart COS-244 Vertical Propane Smoker with Temperature & Smoke Control, Four Removable Shelves, 36", BlackView on Amazon
- BrandPIT BOSS
- BrandRoyal Gourmet
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Are propane smokers any good?
Propane smokers are not as good as charcoal smokers for people who want speed and convenience at an affordable cost.
Do you soak wood chips for propane smoker?
There is no need to soak wood chips for propane smokers. Simply place the wood chips and chunks in a pot or bucket of water, and let them soak for a few minutes.
How often do you add wood chips to a propane smoker?
I do not add wood chips to my propane smoker as often as I would like. I typically add them every five to six hours.
Do you use charcoal in a propane smoker?
No, you should not add charcoal to a propane smoker. Charcoal can create a dangerous fire that could damage the smoker or its components.
Can I use pellets in my propane smoker?
Yes, pellets can be used in a propane smoker.
Smokers from propane and charcoal are both great options for barbecuing. They deliver low and slow cooking, making them perfect for beginner barbecuers. However, smokers from propane and charcoal are also different in terms of usability. For example, propane smokers are easier to navigate and use than charcoal smokers, while charcoal smokers are more difficult to navigate and use than propane smokers.