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Name:   Maverick - Email Member
Subject:   Which Smoker ??????
Date:   7/3/2013 10:37:55 AM (updated 7/3/2013 11:05:37 AM)

Have a propane smoke and I hate it, temp is not regulated and meat is more dried out than moist and juicy.  Wonder how much I can get for it at the scrap yard :)

Name:   Tall Cotton - Email Member
Subject:   Which Smoker ??????
Date:   7/3/2013 12:52:51 PM (updated 7/3/2013 12:58:48 PM)

I have to vote for the Masterbuilt. Right now on my deck are three electrics, one unused for a backup, and one propane. I agree with you that the propane is just a waste of space. The electrics are great to keep food moist and give a great smokey flavor and for regulating time and temp. Right now there are 8 large butts on the oldest one. That makes over 200 pounds on it this year. At one time I was not a big fan of Masterbuilt but they came through on customer service and like I said I now have three. Mack just bought one this year. See what his opinion is. I think there is an old thread discussing this topic too.

Name:   stripernut - Email Member
Subject:   Which Smoker ??????
Date:   7/9/2013 1:11:15 PM

I have had a Smokin' Tex electric for several years, and it has produced many good meals. Butts, ribs, brisket, chickens, turkeys - doesn't matter, they all turn out great. I like the fact that you can load it up with meat and a little chunk of smoking wood and forget about it.

Name:   Mack - Email Member
Subject:   Which Smoker ??????
Date:   7/9/2013 4:10:44 PM

Yep, I now use the 40" Masterbuilt electric, but I waited until Cotton resolved his Customer Service issue with them.  I used propane for 2 years and it never really satisfied. The shoulder on the Fourth had that meteorite shell outside and moist, tender and smoky inside. 10hours basically untended for a 9 pound Picnic.

Name:   Ulysses E. McGill - Email Member
Subject:   Which Smoker ??????
Date:   7/17/2013 1:02:18 AM

Well, you know what Larry and I think....if Cat puts in his 2 cents, don't listen.

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