How to Use a Propane Smoker?

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A propane smoker allows one the luxury of smoking meats in one's own courtyard. To use it, hook up the propane tank to the smoker and open the valve to connect to the hose, then open the door to the smoker by turning it about 90 degrees. Remove the smoke box from the propane smoker and fill it with wood chunks, close the lid and return the smoke box to the wire harness. Fill the water box with half a gallon of water, and then ignite the propane causing sparks to the wood and you can start smoking the meat.
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1. Hook up the propane tank to the smoker. Open the propane valve by turning it clockwise once to connect the hose. 2. Open the door to the smoker by turning the handle counter-clockwise
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The best way to use a bar-b-que smoker is to start by lighting some charcoal and let it burn until the fire burns out. Throw on some wood chunks to add flavor to your meat. Place
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1. Choose the right propane torch for your needs. Most propane torches consist of a small gas tank fitted with a regulator, with or without an electric igniter. If you don't buy the
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1. Remove the water and charcoal pan from the smoker. Pour eight to 10 pounds of charcoal into the charcoal pan and saturate with lighter fluid. Allow the lighter fluid to soak in
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How to Use a Propane Smoker
A propane smoker allows barbecue connoisseurs the luxury of smoking meats in their own backyards. Propane affords the convenience of a steady, reliable fire source, which gives the chef more time to concentrate on the most important aspect of using a... More »
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