Charcoal Water Smoker Cooks Gourmet Meals
Latest new development in patio or outdoor cooking is the Smoke 'N Pit charcoal water smoker. It utilizes moisture, charcoal heat and smoke from aromatic hardwoods to cook meats and other foods "to a degree of tenderness and delicious flavor not possible with conventional cooking grills," says the manufacturer.
Cooking times range from one to several hours, depending on type and weight of food, outside temperatures and personal taste.
Key to the Smoke 'N Pit's "no work" cooking is its self-basting action in which moisture, heat and smoke combine to continually baste the meat in its own natural juices, with no tending, turning or other attention. In addition to smoking, the cooker roasts, steams and barbeques foods. It can be converted instantly into a charcoal grill.
Suggested retail price is $69.59. An optional add-on "Smoke 'N Stack" unit increases cooking capacity from 25 to 50 lbs. Electric models are available in 20 lb. ($77.97) or 45 lb. capacity ($110.95) models.
For more details, contact: FARM SHOW Followup, Smoke 'N Pit Corporation, 4215 McEwen Road, Dallas, Texas, 75240 (ph. 214-387-4939).

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