Smoker grills come in a variety of choices. No matter what your price range or skill level, it is easy to find quality smoker grills to fit your needs. How and you will be using your unit is important in selecting the right one. If you are using it exclusively at home charcoal, gas and electric models will all work for you. You only need to consider the convenience of use, clean up involved and how much space you want to dedicate to the unit.
Smoker grills that use charcoal permeate the foods cooked with a delectable flavor. Charcoal is appropriate for any cooking, whether you want to quickly grill steaks or take all day on a rack of ribs. If you will be doing these marathons, be sure to choose a model that allows easy access for adding coals during cooking. Charcoal grills are easy to take with you if you do a lot of outdoor cooking at sporting events or in the park.
Smoker grills that are fueled by gas or electricity can still give that wonderful smoky flavor and aroma. The use of wood chips and chunks will permeate the food, especially meats. Experiment with different flavors of wood yourself or look up recipes. Pork and chicken can really benefit from the right combination of flavor from wood. If you do not want to spend a lot of time cleaning up after cooking, gas and electric models do not get coated in creosote like charcoal models.