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Wondering if this would be a good idea for my Smoke Hollow??

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I seen these ceramic briquettes while shopping at Walmart and started wondering if these would be a good idea to put into my electric Smoke Hollow smoker. They claim to hold and distribute heat more efficiently. Has anyone tried this? Would this be a good idea for smoking during winter months at least since where I am its been in the single digits without the wind? Would it be good to use all year?

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I would say no to the bricks....Don't think it would help,,,it would create a mess...and I use mine in -12 below temps...

Joe  :icon_rolleyes:

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I seen these ceramic briquettes while shopping at Walmart and started wondering if these would be a good idea to put into my electric Smoke Hollow smoker. They claim to hold and distribute heat more efficiently. Has anyone tried this? Would this be a good idea for smoking during winter months at least since where I am its been in the single digits without the wind? Would it be good to use all year?

 

 

Can't see where it would be any different than using sand, pea gravel or fire bricks instead of water, all of which are things that many others do here.     IF they are inexpensive, give it a shot and see how it does.  Just be sure you aren't using an expensive piece of meat the first time out  :)

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