Ease and Great Taste With the Weber 721001 Smokey MountainFebruary 12, 2018 / byPuget Sound Life / Categories : Puget Sound General
This article is about the Weber 721001 Smokey Mountain Cooker. Since I'm a cook who likes to experiment, I investigate devices I have not used yet regularly, and there are plenty of them on the market. This is what I discovered about the Weber 721001 Smokey Mountain Cooker.
The Weber 721001 Smokey Mountain Cooker is the successor of a very popular similar model. It is a charcoal smoker made of porcelain-enameled steel. All of the new features on this model make it easy to use, especially the thermometer, which allows you to easily check whenever the temperature is staying in the right range. With this smoker you can smoke a lot of meat at the same time, such as a whole ham and a turkey. No reason to ever worry again about having enough meat for the party!
The newly enlarged door makes it easy to add more coal or wood to the Weber 721001 Smokey Mountain when you need to. Keep in mind that smoking meat is not a fast process. It is easy, though. You get your coals going, add water to the water pan, wait for it all to get up to the right temperature, add your meat and you are set. You just need to add the occasional fuel. The Weber 721001 Smokey Mountain makes cleanup easy, too. It comes with an ash collecting tray to place underneath it.
So if you are looking for a smoker, the Weber 721001 Smokey Mountain 18.5 inch smoker should be high on your list of options. It can easily smoke the quantities of food needed for a large party or family gathering and makes it so easy that even a beginner can achieve great results. That is the type of product I like to see. Just read the instructions and go!
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