Weber Smokey Mountain 2820 Grill Noir 47 cm
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- Couvercle en porcelaine émaillée et corps
- Deux 47 cm (47 cm) grille de cuisson et de surfaces
- duroplastgriffe manche en nylon
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Weber Smokey Mountain Cooker 47 cm
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Since assembly, over the past month and a half, I've had three cooking sessions in the smoker. The first was three chickens that took about four hours and were fantastic! Second session was on the fourth of July, when I did four chickens and two racks of ribs. Again, fantastic! Most recent cooking session was an eighteen hour slow cook of pork butts and the Weber smoker handled the entire cooking time with the original (very full) load of charcoal. How'd they taste? What comes after fantastic? Out of this world, I guess, because they were beyond fantastic.
If you're going to buy a smoker, skip the cheap ones and get this one. Holds temperature very well over long times, which is required for low and slow cooking. A great smoker I expect I'll be using for many years to come.
Update: After some two and a half months, it now totals nineteen whole chickens, eight racks of ribs, eight pork butts totaling around sixty pounds, and six meatloaves of 2.5 pounds each. I tend to barbecue in abundance and freeze so that we can make use if it in the busier times of the week. Great smoker, turns out great food, you won't be sorry.
Second update: Was wandering around the site and, since I'm using it today, decided to add a new update to this one. I've had this now for about a year and a half, currently doing three racks of ribs for "finger food" later today. I've done 36lbs of pork shoulder at one time, on another time I smoked eight whole chickens at one time (over 31lbs), but both of those extended the cook time a fair amount, so I do less and do it more often now. Still a great little smoker!
The Weber is certainly a champ and if you are debating if it is worth dropping $[...]+ on it, the answer is certainly "YES". It is solidly built of high quality components and Weber customer service is untouchable. Go check out this website dedicated to the WSM and you will learn more than you ever wanted ([...]). It definitely added several years to my smoking knowledge just by browsing it. Amazon has the best price out there and delivery was quick. Good luck on your decision and I can honestly say that you will be happy with this one.
Pros - It is inexpensive, not to hard to use and turns out some very good BBQ. If you don't want to spend a ton of cash and are just cooking for friends and family the Weber is hard to beat.
Cons - No Thermometer. Now I know they have finally put them on the other models but this one does not have one and that is ridiculous! Temp is the most important thing in smoking. Next is the fact that it does not have handles on the side for when you have to put more coals in. This would have been very helpful. Lastly is the legs. They suck! Mine folded in about 1 1/2 years. So I rigged my own. No problems since.
So over a great little vertical smoker that puts out some great tasting, moist BBQ.
P.S. - If you pack that sucker full you can get 40 pounds of Pork Butt in it.
One thing that I came across in my first "add some coal to the fire effort" last night in smoking the ribs, was the fact that the charcoal I added at the 1.75 hour point took a long time to ignite. So, as my first accessory for this Smokin' Beauty, is the Chimney Starter, that will, according to the Amazon Press, give me ignited burning charcoal to add to the mix the next time I smoke some ribs. What'll it be? The little porker ribs, man, baby back ribs. No shortage of those. All Hail Smokey Mountain!