How To Smoke Meat Like A Pro
If you have always wanted to level up your Bbq grill game, then cooking smoke meat is your challenge. Ok so you may be a master of creating the perfect bbq lines on your steaks, but can you smoke your own brisket, pork butt, and bacon? No? then this guide is for you. All you need is a pile of wood chips and your smoker/bbq grill. We recommend a smoker to get that perfectly slow cooked to perfection pulled pork. Perfecting smoke meat takes practice and patience to master, but once perfected, any ordinary cooking just won’t do the trick. Two kinds of grill you can use, Charcoal or Gas Grill. Key things to note:
- The smoke flow is important when using either kinds of grill. When smoke accumulates too fast, your meat starts to burn from the high temperatures, which means that you will have a charred, ashy taste to your meats and that’s not what we want.
- The proper level of ventilation, or smoke-flow, depends on various factors. Ensure you leave a small opening you should be okay. This is one of those things that you can experiment with to get your desired results.