36" Vertical Stainless Steel Propane Smoker

Item # WX2-236355

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Details & Specs

36" Vertical Stainless Steel Propane Smoker.

There's just nothing else like smoky, slow-roasted meats. Here you go! Just connect your propane gas canister to the included delivery system, toss in a handful of your favorite chips, and you're ready to make succulent, smoked meals anywhere.

Smokin' hot deal:
  • More than two cubic feet of interior space
  • Perfect for meats, veggies, nuts and more
  • Fully adjustable propane fuel delivery
  • Rotary ignition
  • Adjustable dampers maintain inside temperature
  • External temperature gauge
  • Four large cooking racks
  • Two sausage hangers
  • Includes large porcelain-coated water bowl and cast-iron wood-chip smoking box
  • Heavy-duty carry handles
  • Stainless steel cabinet door
  • Fully welded heavy gauge steel.
  • Some assembly needed. Stands 16 x 16 x 45"h, 74 lbs.

Please Note : This is a Heavy / Bulky item. $20.00 for heavy / bulky shipping and handling will be charged in addition to regular shipping and handling.

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Articles & Tips
Very, Very Venison

Every time I knock down a deer with the .300 Win Mag or put an arrow right through the boiler room of one, one of the first thoughts that goes through my mind is the taste of grilled venison.

Tips For Good Venison In Warm Weather

Paul W. from New Jersey writes to ask about getting venison into the freezer. "Often we get warmer weather in bow season. I butcher my own deer, and have been told that deer need to age to taste good, but how do you do that in your own home if it is warm weather?"

Caring For Venison

Carol B. from West Virginia asked why some venison she cooked tasted bad. There could be a myriad of reasons for venison not tasting good, but the primary one probably has to do with the hunter, how it was gutted, and subsequently taken care of after the deer expired.

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