Southern Country Charcoal Smoker
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Luckily you can create that unique smoky flavor anywhere with Southern Country Smokers. Turn up the savory flavors in your backyard with these versatile Two-level Water Smokers.
Infuse the smoky goodness of hickory, apple, cherry, pecan, or mesquite into your beef, pork, lamb, or poultry with an authentic Southern Country Smoker. But why stop with just wood flavors alone? Every serious Smoker knows the absolute best way to smoke recipes is to hydrate your recipe during the smoking process. How about a Honey Glazed Orange-Pecan Smoked Chicken? Or try a Sage-Hickory-and-Hops Smoked Turkey? Every Southern Country Smoker includes a 5.5 quart Stainless Steel hydration pan. Whether you use Apple, Cranberry, Orange Juice, Beer, or just plain water, your recipe will be moist and infused with the flavors of the liquid you put in the hydration pan.
Features:Built-in temperature gauge. Flavor channels direct smoke for maximum food flavoring and add structural strength to the smoker. Heavy-duty reinforced steel legs for extra strength and durability. Unit Assembled Dimensions : 37"H x 21.5"W x 25"D. Product Weight: 22 lbs. Cooking Grid (2): 15.5” Diameter. Fuel Type: Charcoal
- 351 square inches of usable cooking surface
- Two chrome-plated cooking grids with handles for two-level cooking
- Stainless Steel, 5.5 quart water pan
- Heat-resistant wooden side and hood handles
- Sliding access doors for checking and adding to the water, wood, and charcoal levels