Barbecue (alt.food.barbecue) Discuss barbecue and grilling--southern style "low and slow" smoking of ribs, shoulders and briskets, as well as direct heat grilling of everything from burgers to salmon to vegetables.

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on another group i read a poster mentioned a stovetop smoker in which she
smoked a chicken... i have never heard of an indoor smoker let alone one
that goes on the top of the stove. My questions are.
1. have any of you seen/used such a thing?
2. did you like it?
3. if so can you tell me how you would use this and avoid your enitre house
smelling and getting smoke stains on everything,

Lee



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On 10-Sep-2009, "Stormmee" wrote:

on another group i read a poster mentioned a stovetop smoker in which she

smoked a chicken... i have never heard of an indoor smoker let alone one
that goes on the top of the stove. My questions are.
1. have any of you seen/used such a thing?
2. did you like it?
3. if so can you tell me how you would use this and avoid your enitre
house
smelling and getting smoke stains on everything,

Lee


They use them on Food Network fairly often. The smoke is pretty well
contained inside the smoker appliance.

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"Stormmee" wrote:
on another group i read a poster mentioned a stovetop smoker in which she
smoked a chicken... i have never heard of an indoor smoker let alone one
that goes on the top of the stove. My questions are.
1. have any of you seen/used such a thing?
2. did you like it?
3. if so can you tell me how you would use this and avoid your enitre
house smelling and getting smoke stains on everything,


I've seen them used on Iron Chef America, Emeril and others on Food
Network. Amazon carries them:

http://www.amazon.com/Cameron-Cookwa...ker/dp/B00004S
Z9D

Several other models and mfrs available.

TinyURL isn't working for me today.

If you use a nice hardwood for smoke (not too much), you're house will get
a nice Colonial smell!

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thanks, Lee

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On 10-Sep-2009, "Stormmee" wrote:

on another group i read a poster mentioned a stovetop smoker in which she

smoked a chicken... i have never heard of an indoor smoker let alone one
that goes on the top of the stove. My questions are.
1. have any of you seen/used such a thing?
2. did you like it?
3. if so can you tell me how you would use this and avoid your enitre
house
smelling and getting smoke stains on everything,

Lee


They use them on Food Network fairly often. The smoke is pretty well
contained inside the smoker appliance.

--
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thanks, Lee


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"Stormmee" wrote:
on another group i read a poster mentioned a stovetop smoker in which she
smoked a chicken... i have never heard of an indoor smoker let alone one
that goes on the top of the stove. My questions are.
1. have any of you seen/used such a thing?
2. did you like it?
3. if so can you tell me how you would use this and avoid your enitre
house smelling and getting smoke stains on everything,


I've seen them used on Iron Chef America, Emeril and others on Food
Network. Amazon carries them:

http://www.amazon.com/Cameron-Cookwa...ker/dp/B00004S
Z9D

Several other models and mfrs available.

TinyURL isn't working for me today.

If you use a nice hardwood for smoke (not too much), you're house will get
a nice Colonial smell!

--
Nick, KI6VAV. Support severely wounded and disabled Veterans and their
families: https://www.woundedwarriorproject.org/ Thank a Veteran!
Support Our Troops: http://anymarine.com/ You are not forgotten.
Thanks ! ! ~Semper Fi~ USMC 1365061





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On Thu, 10 Sep 2009 22:00:31 GMT, Brick wrote:

They use them on Food Network fairly often.


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