Smokers

#2
Define reasonably priced? You can always just go the separate route, whatever grill you like and get an electric smoker (big chief/little chief). I have a charbroil grill ($100 odd msrp) and there’s a smoker add on for it for I believe another 100
 

Ken Jones

Administrator
Staff member
#3
My son-in-law just bought a wood pellet smoker/BBQ. Going to his house this afternoon and I'll check on it. He loves to BBQ and says the wood pellet BBQ's are supposed to work really well. We'll see.
 

Ken Jones

Administrator
Staff member
#4
My son-in-law bought a Oklahoma Joe's pellet grill that cooked us up some absolutely GREAT ribs today. It's not cheap but it's a smoker and grill. He said they're listed for about $600 but he got them to reduce it down to about $500.
 

DSRTEGL

Well-Known Member
#6
I own several.....and smoke nuts like cashews and almonds, cheese, ham, fish, sausages, hot dogs..........You have to identify what kind of smoking you want to do......cold or hot and get what fits your needs.......I do both.....so I stated with a Little Chief and went from there.