Ribs and chicken thighs are an easy start to get into smoking. There's smoking and grilling groups on facebook that can walk you through a brisket. But, you can do a chuck roast with the same results and practice. Chuck roast is called the 'poor man's brisket' and is a way cheaper alternative to a brisket for a first go round. I do all of my holiday turkeys in the smoker, as well as brining and smoking my own hams and home cured bacon.I just got a smoker for Christmas, what cuts of meat and recipes should I start with?
Smoked air....? You must be talking about Colorado :W:Wow, when man yielded fire there was nothing that didn't get a flame on it. When man yielded smoke, even the water he drinks was not safe from testing. Wonder how long before "smoked air" gets bottled...oh wait, that comes for free in big cities.
I like this thread.