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Product DescriptionEnjoy maximum versatility in outdoor cooking with the Master 7-in-1 Smoker and Grill. This camp cooker can be used for propane smoking and grilling, charcoal smoking and grilling, as a deep fryer, and for boiling and steaming. The smoker features a durable solid-steel 19" stand, cast-iron burner, porcelain flame disc bowl, 10.5-qt. aluminum pot with lid, basket with drain clip, and thermometer. Lid handles and temperature gauge stay cool to the touch, and a charcoal access door is located on the front of the unit so you can view your culinary creations without opening the lid. 44"H x 22"W. Weight 41 lbs. Some assembly required. One-year warranty.
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Q:Can you use wood with this smoker?Asked on 12/6/2010 by Anonymous
Q:can you smoke cheese in this?Asked on 12/7/2009 by Anonymous
A:No. If you want to smoke cheese you must use cold smoke.You'll
need a smoker and a smoke box. Check all the smoker sites.
good luckAnswered on 3/11/2010 by smokey from colorado
Q:Can this smoker be converted to natural gas with a conversion kit?Asked on 11/12/2009 by M.G. from Florida
A:I don't believe so. I looked into the same thing because my regular gas grill uses natural gas and not propane. I don't think there's a conversion kit that fits. The supplied burner requires the psi's that propane gives off and nat. gas flows at a slower rate. Play it safe and do what I do. Buy a few extra cylinders and rotate through them. Its more convenient that you think. I have 5. Hope this helps and good luck.Answered on 9/16/2010 by Pokey The Chef from Allentown, Pa.
Q:how do you use the propane gas to smoke meat and were do you put the chipsAsked on 8/6/2009 by Anonymous
Q:were do you put the smoker chips when you are using the propane gas for smokingAsked on 8/5/2009 by Anonymous
A:Smoking chips go on the same pan as the charcoal bricketts. Try using corn cobs to smoke with, they are great.Answered on 8/8/2009 by Mountainman from Virginia
Q:does the masterbuilt 7-in-1 smoker include a water pan and two grills?Asked on 7/9/2009 by Anonymous
A:Yes a water pan is included with two enameled grills. Very easy to clean and if you spray the grills with Pam, makes cleanup much easier.Answered on 7/21/2009 by Mountain Man from Virginia
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