Temperature control in a charcoal smoker is vital to maintain the low heat necessary to produce tender meat with a smoky aroma. The expression "low and slow" is used by barbecue pit masters to describe the smoking process, in which meat is cooked for hours at a temperature of 200 to 225 F. Unlike gas grills, which have control knobs to...

Temperature control in a charcoal smoker is vital to maintain the low heat necessary to produce tender meat with a smoky aroma. The expression "low and slow" is used by barbecue pit masters to describe the smoking process, in which meat is cooked for hours at a temperature of 200 to 225 F. Unlike gas grills, which have control knobs to...

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