My husband and I are still very new to smoking, we haven't done very much at all yet. The only thing I have smoked so far has been sirloin tip, and I was hoping to smoke something for dinner tomorrow since I will be home all day. We have the cheap 'beginner' Master Forge green vertical charcoal smoker. My freezer is full of beef, because my family has a farm and my father just recently butchered a cow. What cut of beef would you recommend me smoking? I would assume a roast of some sort.
Also, when I smoked before, I used chunks of wood with the coals, can I use chips or do i need chunks? Any other tips for me so I can (hopefully) have a successful smoke?
We eventually plan on getting a better smoker, but at this point that is what we have and we have made no modifications to it yet. My husband seems kind of afraid of the smoker --- he smokes ribs on the propane grill with little tin pans and foil with water/chips. I want to use the smoker more this summer but definitely need guidance.
Thanks in advance.