I recently lost a little weight and was thinking of healthier things to eat while camping other than cheeseburgers and hot dogs on the grille. We camp quite a bit as family and a smoker seemed like a real good idea for cooking healthy and tasty camping food. Plus I just wanted it for home on the weekends.
I don't have the patience for a wood smoker and don't want to worry about propane tanks so I went with a 30 inch Masterbuilt electric smoker.
I'm not sure I can find a fresh turkey this time of year at the grocery store, I'll look but not optimistic, so I think I'm going to smoke a couple of chickens tomorrow.
Been checking the internet all week on rubs, cooking temps and time, and brine or not to brine. Think I'm going to keep it relatively simple for my first time tomorrow. Probably go with a store bought rub and no brine. I've got some applewood chips for the bird, which I've read is really better for poultry.
Any advice is appreciated and I'll let everyone knows how it goes tomorrow night. Thanks fir having me.