I need a tiny smoker!!!

Discussion in 'Charcoal Smokers' started by billybones, May 14, 2008.

  1. billybones

    billybones Smoke Blower

    Okay so I live in a condo and I'm looking for a really small slow smoker for my backyard. (actually its just a big field that I'm not technically supposed to use for grilling but....) Any of you guys know where I can buy such a smoker? I'm talking small. Something smaller than an ECB.
  2. bull

    bull Fire Starter

    Electric smoker is what I went with after moving out of my unhappy home.
    I wasnt allowed any type of gas or charcoal unit being on the second floor of an apt. building.
    I purchased the 008 model in 1999 and still use it today.
    Heck I even throw it in the back of my truck and take it to the campground.

  3. richtee

    richtee Smoking Guru OTBS Member

  4. chargrilled

    chargrilled Meat Mopper

  5. richtee

    richtee Smoking Guru OTBS Member

    Lol ! :{)
  6. billybones

    billybones Smoke Blower

    $500??????? Wow.... cant afford that one, but that is a pretty sweet little unit for a tailgate party.[​IMG]
  7. raypeel

    raypeel Meat Mopper

    I use the Rival KC Smoker. They had them at Walmart, but I don't know if you can still get them. It's the size of a roaster. It has 2 racks and works well. I threw mine in the camper a couple of weeks ago and made ribs and a fatty at the lake.
  8. geek with fire

    geek with fire Master of the Pit OTBS Member

    Last week, I took my aluminum chili kettle with a chimney full of lump and apple chunks, a cast iron grate from my CG, and an aluminum cake pan across the grate for a lid. The pan was smaller than the kettle so the wood smoke was able to breath. My wife called it hillbilly....which I took as a compliment. About as small as you can get; about as cheap as you can get too. You'd be supprised at how little equipment it takes to cook great food.
  9. billybones

    billybones Smoke Blower

    Wow! That's exactly what I had in mind. Thanks.

    I also might try Geek's idea this weekend. I've got plenty of pans to work with. I'm thinking I might like to try it with a glass pan on top so you can see what's going on inside!

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