Charcoal Companion Small Nonstick V-Shaped Smoker Box
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- Charcoal Companion CC4056 V-shaped smoker box is made of durable, nonstick metal
- V-shape fits between flame deflector bars on gas grills for the most intense smoke flavor
- Hinged lid allows for easy access to add wood chips (not included)
- All the ashes stay in the smoker box, keeping your grill clean and ready to use
- Measures 6-inches long; reusable
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|Item Dimensions||3 x 3 x 6 inches|
|Manufacturer Part Number||CC4056|
|Shipping Weight||0.9 pounds|
Top Customer Reviews
But I bought large size. With a standard size grill (Weber Genesis ), you need to remove both grill grates to refill chips. With a hot grill this is an awkward and somewhat hazardous task. Small size would let you tilt just one grate up to refill the smoker box. Which would be safer and faster.
A few tips for gas grill use. You'll notice many gas grills have openings on the side to attach a rotisserie. Take some foil and close up those holes to keep the smoke in. I also take a long strip of foil and run it along the back edge of my grill to close up the opening where the lid meets the box.
Don't worry it's perfectly safe to do this considering that smoking is a low temperature cooking method. It would be very bad to do this at high temps but it is fine for smoking and helps keep the smoke in.
Someone in another review complained that they had to remove both grates to refill the smoker box. I don't understand why. I leave the grate off the left side, put the smoker box between the first and second burners and turn on one or both of those burners to get my temp up to about 225 with the cover down. I put the meat on the far right side, on the grate with a drip pan underneath it filled about a 1/4 way with water. This is an indirect cooking method and really the proper way to smoke a piece of meat like ribs or butts (cant argue with science). Once I get the temp dialed in to 225 or so, I put the meat on with the cover down and let it smoke.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
A great smoker option for my backyard grill. Works great and provides me with an easy cleanup.Published 2 days ago by Robert E.
Ok - first time smoking ever... Used my Weber Genesis E330 - put two of these on either side of the sear station, set it on low... And smoked the heck out of a 6 lb brisket. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Clifford R. Weiss
It works but is not really much better than some tin foil. Looks good and does fit well in the grill.Published 1 month ago by Cotton Lawler
Don't get the powder coated version, stick with the stainless steel.Published 1 month ago by invidious