The trick is to smoke the meat and not make the meat smoke
GRILLS - A BRIEF HISTORY:
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Since creating this website in 2005 my grilling arsenal has consisted of three models. The first was a 6 burner gas grill purchased in 2003. This gas grill is what got me interested in serious grilling. I began learning how to be more than a weekend warrior just grilling from Memorial Day to Labor Day. My second grill was a horizontal offset smoker purchased in 2005. The offset smoker was my first smoker and is what got me started on serious barbecue. Both of these served me well.
In 2012 these two were joined by a Large Big Green Egg, a ceramic Kamado cooker. I was originally thinking the Egg would take over some of the duties of the other two grills & in doing so would extend their lives. It turns out the Egg can do an equal or better job and ended up replacing them. The first Large Big Green Egg was purchased in August of 2012. I bought a second Large in late January of 2013 and a third Large in September of 2014, which will serve primarily as a baking Egg. The gas grill and smoker which I had not used since getting my first Big Green Egg were taken away in January of 2014.