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Do-it-Yourself: Build a Smoker
Comments () | Published June 24, 2010
Barbecuing is a Fourth of July tradition—and one of our favorite cooking methods is using a smoker. The thick layer of smoke makes for a spicy crisp outside and tender meat inside. A good smoker can be an expensive purchase, but Alton Brown recently built one on his TV show Good Eats for less than $80 (click here to see the process)—and made it look like a cinch. Recent American University graduate Jon Bateman tested out Brown’s process. Read on to find out how to build a smoker sticking to Brown’s budget. (Jon bought everything at Ace Hardware, except the flower pots, which he found at Home Depot.)
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