Wilda Kane Backyard November 22nd, 2018 - 01:59:27
From offsets to barrels and evens or homemade kegs Loka's come in a range of different sizes. So let's take a look at some of the ways that you can learn to own. This right here is an offset smoker, it's the most traditional type of smoker, and it's completely wood-fired, and this is how they do in Texas. But what I really love is they're starting to build these in Australia, so the radar hills are actually out of Brizzy. You've got your firebox off to the side. That's where you build your fire. The smoke moves through the chamber, usually, there's a stack on this end, this one's a little different. This is a reverse flow, because the smoke moves through the chamber and all the way back out and these guys that build pretty solid, they're fun, they're colorful and you may even recognize them from your own backyard. These are the charcoal cookers. These ones here are Weber's and you may not know that you can actually use them for smoking. It's all in how you set the charcoals and they're great options for first-time this right. Here is a pellet smoker. Now you fill the end with pellets. They actually compress wood, pellets they're available in a range of different flavors. An electronic spark ignites them moves them through the unit, and you can actually set the temperature too so these guys.
The advantages that you can get some sleep because they generally take care of themselves. Another type of smoker is ceramic cookers. This one is a Komodo Joe. You might have heard of the big green egg as well now, the way they work well, this one's seen a lot of love, but there's charcoal at the bottom. The ceramic also provides great induction of heat. Where you go, looks like the guys have had a little bit of fun with this one. This right here is a water smoker, it's also known as a bullet smoker and believe it or not. That's one too. The only difference between them. This one has the stackers. Now, usually, you'll only see two or three stackers in there. The way that it works charcoal pan at the bottom there's also a water pan in there to regulate moisture within the chamber.
The cool thing about these is they can grill and roast and smoke. So they're super versatile. If you don't want to commit to a whole smoker. This baby has come all the way from Louisiana. Anthony told me how backwoods works and why you like to use them alright, so a backward smoker has a bottom charcoal pit down below water. Pan in the middle and then a cooking chamber here and then you have your smokestack and you can control your airflow down below on both sides. So if it's getting too hot or too low, you have your thermostat here. That tells you, hey, you gone and obviously bring it all the way from the states you're a bit of a fan. Absolutely so one of the more unusual cookers you'll see these are the pit barrel. Cookers know I have they work, really simple: it meat all hangs right in the pit roll juices drip directly down on the coals. Smoke fog comes back up into the meat, and it's amazing works really well from homemade smoke at the top of the line units. It doesn't matter what you're cooking on it matters that you're having a go.