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How To: Use a gas smoker with tips from Lowe's

In this video from Lowe's we learn how to use a gas smoker. This tip comes from Lowe's. You can cook with a smoker anytime of year. He is using a gas smoker. Keep this away from siding. The fire source heats the moist wood chips, which release the smoke that flavors the food. You need tongs and a meat thermometer for sure. Before you cook for the first time, season the smoker by smoking some wood chips without food in it. He is cooking a pork shoulder which he uses a dry rub, wraps in plastic...

How To: Make a homemade smoker, cooker, griller, or BBQ

Interested in starting in on the journey of smoked meats? Smoking meat is a slow, but delectibly beneficial process for meats and in this video learn how to save money on expensive smokers & cookers by making your own. This smoker was made with a plasma cutter, arc welder and a couple of spare hours and has been used for everything from fish to turkies, to prosciutto.

How To: Smoke a turkey with Weber Smokey Mountain Cooker

In this tutorial, we learn how to smoke a turkey. First, you want to gather all the different types of wood for your smoker and then prepare the water pan with the tin foil to catch drippings. Place the smoker together, then season your turkey with a dry rub and olive oil. After this, place the turkey onto the rack inside of the smoker. Make sure you are wearing heavy duty gloves so you don't burn yourself while doing this. Place the top back onto the smoker and let the turkey cook with the v...

How To: Avoid dried out deer using a bbq

In this video, we learn how to avoid dried out deer using a bbq. First, heat up your smoker and add in hickory chips. First, take the deer out of the package and run them under water to clean off. After this, place into a large dish, then rub table salt onto both sides and take the meat out to the smoker. The smoker should be 200 degrees before you place the meat. Place the meat onto the cooking racks and then close the door on the smoker. Check on the meat after one hour and make sure your f...

How To: Smoke salmon in a smoker

In this video, we learn how to smoke salmon in a smoker. You can use an electric or gas powered smoker, it doesn't matter which you choose. Before you begin to salt the salmon you will need to brine it with a salt water brine. Next, soak your wood chunks in some water for 30 minutes. Now put your wood into the smoker and let the salmon smoke for about 3 to 4 hours. Make sure you keep an eye on the salmon and don't let any of the vents stay open, or the wood will burn. When finished, enjoy the...

How To: Smoke & brine a turkey

In order to make Smoked Turkey, begin by brining it. Allow the turkey to soak in a brine. An ice chest can be used to brine the turkey. The brine is of your choosing. Season it with your preferred seasonings.

How To: Re-stuff EVOlution e-cigarette electronic cartridges

E-cigarettes are a new innovation that allows smokers to get the impact of nicotine without any tar or tobacco. These cigarettes offer smokers a healthier alternative that will also save them a ton of money because they are reusable. In this tutorial, learn how to re-stuff a clogged or used EVOlution brand e-cig. This detailed video will walk you through all the steps you need to get your cigarette up and running again.

How To: Convert an old fridge into a meat smoker/cooker

Have an old fridge (or, like the creator of this video, easy access to a scrap metal yard)? Convert it into a meat smoker! This DIY guide will teach you how to repurpose a disused refrigerator for smoking meat. For complete, step-by-step instructions on how to make your own cooker from an old metal-body fridge or freezer, watch this free video tutorial.

How To: Smoke trout fish in a fish smoker

This video will show you how to smoke Rainbow Trout in a fish smoker. This method of cooking will leave your fish chewy with a smoked taste that is so fresh you won't want to cook your fish any other way again! Oh, and don't forget to scale, wash & gut your fish first! Removing head is optional. Enjoy!

How To: Test hickory shavings when smoking meat

In this video, we learn how to test hickory shavings when smoking meat. If the chips are completely black, then you cannot use these any longer and they have been smoked too much. You can use sawdust from hickory shavings, just make sure it is hickory. If you cannot tell, then you can use hickory chips that are larger than sawdust and smell like hickory. After you buy these, you can use them inside of your smoker to have the best taste when you smoke your meat inside of the smoker. Once the c...

How To: Smoke a pipe

David Beahrs, a long-time pipe smoker gives a valuable introduction for anyone who is smoking a pipe for their first time. In this video, David points out how to avoid the most common problems inexperienced pipe smokers complain about. He first shows an important three-piece tool called a tamper that every pipe smoker needs to properly clean and use their pipes. He then proceeds to demonstrate the correct ways to fill the pipe with tobacco and how to properly light it. Finally, to maintain th...

How To: Make barbecued pulled pork in a smoker

Pulled pork sandwiches anyone? Watch this how to video and try this easy to do recipe for real BBQ pulled pork, all done on a simple backyard BBQ smoker. All you need for this pulled pork barbecue is 8-10lbs. of Boston butt, also known as pork shoulder, and your favorite dry rub and barbecue sauce.

How To: Build a BBQ food smoker using parts from Ikea

The idea is to buy a few items from IKEA and use them to make a back garden BBQ smoker. The concept is also know as IKEA hacking and the principles are simple, re-engineer IKEA products to make a entirely different item. This video will take you step by step through the buying, preparing and constructing of your very own BBQ smoker. All plans for construction can be found on their Website and a big thanks to ford for lending garden fork a car for the summer.

How To: Make beef jerky at home

In this video tutorial, viewers will learn how to make homemade beef jerky. Users will need meat in freezer for 20 minutes and a knife. It’s important to cut off the fat. Cut the meat into thin strips (like beef jerky). Users can press down on meat to make it thinner. Users may decide to add some flavoring and spices. Put the meat strips into a smoker grill. Users may also choose flavor of smoker wood to enhance flavor. Start the smoker and wait for 3-4 hours. This video will benefit those vi...

How To: Stay healthy as a pipe smoker

A pipe smoker, PipefriendCHS, shares some interesting pointers in staying healthy while continuing to pipe smoke. Stop pipe smoking if that is an option. Go to a dentist four (4) times a year and explicitly ask to check for oral cancer. Also tell your dentist that you are a pipe smoker. Less inhaling of pipe smoke also helps to reduce lung cancer. Get a lot of anti-oxidants from vitamins, vegetables and fruits to counter free radicals you get from pipe smoking. Integrate exercise as an overal...

How To: Make peanuts & ham

Learn to make boiled peanuts and hickory smoked ham in the deep Southern tradition. To make boiled peanuts you will need: Large stock pot filled with enough water for boiling, 3/4 - 1 1/4 cup salt, 1 - 5 bay leaves, 1 tbsp. Extra Hot powdered red pepper4 lbs. raw peanuts in shell3 - 4 lb. Lid (used to make kimchi or pickles). Combine all ingredients in the pot and place weighted lid on top. Bring water to a boil. Turn the heat off and allow the peanuts to absorb the salted water until there i...

How To: Judge Marijuana or Cannabis with Jorge Cervantes

Do you want to know if your pot is good pot? Are you a marijuana freak? This video gives incredibly detailed information on how to judge your pot. Whether preparing to sample the world's best pot at the upcoming Cannabis Cup or just developing your domestic palate, you'll want to check out cannabis connoisseur Jorge Cervantes' tips for the sophisticated smoker.

How To: Smoke a turkey in a BBQ smoker

SeriousBBQs.com teaches you how to smoke a turkey to perfection by showing much improved methods of cleaning, starting your fire, seasoning, smoking your turkey, and keeping it warm after being cooked. The first step is to choose a 12-14 pound turkey, and remove the wrappings and giblets, and rinse the turkey throughly, then, season your turkey, or wait until later if you so choose. The next step is to start the fire by opening all the vents in the fire box, inserting the correct amount of ch...

How To: Make a BBQ smoker out of a drum

In this video, we learn how to make a BBQ smoker out of a drum. First, turn the drum upside down. Next, paint the entire drum green and make vents in the side bottom of it, with covers that can be moved or set aside. Drill screw into the top of the drum then add in wood and charcoal to the bottom of it. When you are done with this, you will be able to hook your propane to this, then light it on fire. To smoke a piece of meat, you will need to put the foil underneath a grill rack and then plac...

How To: Turn Your Wok into a Food Smoker

Woks are good for more than just tossing Friday night's chow mien with beef and broccoli. In fact, you can use a wok to impart a deep and delicious flavor into foods through smoking. But how exactly do you smoke foods using a wok? Watch this video from CHOW to find out.

How To: The Easiest Way to Smoke Food Without a Smoker

There's something primal about the smell of smoking food. Somewhere deep in the recesses of our souls, we remember a time when humans only ate by the fire. Or perhaps that's just something I tell myself. Either way, it's hard to smell smoke and food and not feel like you should be eating. And, as chef Edi Frauneder said in a recent Saveur article, "Grilling is convivial. There's something about this act of coming together over an open flame that just says vacation."

How To: Cook a brisket in a smoker

The great thing about brisket, is that it can be cooked so many different ways. One of the most popular ways to cook it is by rubbing it with spices and cooking it over wood or even charcoal. That is one way of smoking the meat and is easy to do and can make the meat quite delicious. So check out the tutorial above on how to cook a brisket in a smoker. Enjoy!

How To: Smoke pork ribs Texas style

In this tutorial, we learn how to smoke pork ribs Texas style. First, grab your pork ribs (around 5 lbs) and place into a large baking tin. Next, apply your favorite type of rub to the top and bottom of the meat. Use a lot of the rub and cover the entire piece of meat. When finished, smoke your pork ribs in a hot smoker with water in a pot underneath. Close the door to the smoker and make sure you shut all of your vents. Let the ribs cook and you will know they are finished when the temperatu...

How To: Build a cold smoker

Learn how to build a cold smoker from this video in simple steps . You will need: smoke pellets, a new soldering iron and a empty can. First leave the lid in the can partially attached and cut a hole in it for the soldering iron. Add you favorite smoke pellet to the can and insert the soldering iron through the hole in the can. Now plug in the iron and place the cheese into the grill on top of the can. Finally enjoy some smoked cheddar cheese.

How To: Quit smoking cigarettes with simple advice

Allan Carr shows you how to quit smoking using simple and easy advice. He quit smoking after 30 years using his technique. He says smokers believe they need willpower to quit. Others concentrate on reasons why they need to quit but they also look at why they do smoke such as relieving stress. If you turn that around and believe it is not doing these things it can help. Smokers believe they smoke because they want to and they think they will have terrible withdrawals. Gums and patches just pro...

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