Outdoor Leisure 34168G Smoke Hollow Propane-Gas Smoker
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- Gas smoker for outdoor cooking of meat, vegetables, and more
- Push-button ignition; porcelain-coated wood-chip box and water pan
- 3 cooking grids; variable temperature settings; magnetic door-latching system
- 2 side handles for convenient transport; easy assembly; instructions included
- Measures 16 by 14 by 34 inches
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|Item Dimensions||43.5 x 23.25 x 18.5 inches|
|Item Weight||47.5 pounds|
|Manufacturer Part Number||B000Y1U7QC|
|Shipping Weight||58.2 pounds|
Outdoor Leisure Smoke Hollow Propane Gas Smoker comes equipped with a cast brass burner with three chrome plated cooking grids with multiple adjustment levels and a porcelain coated steel water pan. This unit has a cool touch spring wire door handle and has a push button ignition system.
Great for smoking pork, beef, fish, poultry and more--all in the great outdoors--this gas smoker seals in smoke from your favorite hardwood chips for moist, tender meats, every time. Built as tight and stout as a brick smokehouse, the Smoke Hollow outdoor gas smoker from Outdoor Leisure Products brings out all of the mouthwatering flavors in pork tenderloin and beef brisket and more. Fish aficionados have plenty of room for halibut steaks or strips of sockeye thanks to the smoker's 3 cooking grids that, at approximately 16 by 14 inches, ensure plenty of elbow room between pieces so that heat flows steadily upward for even cooking top to bottom. Poultry people will enjoy smoking whole turkeys weighing up to 15 pounds with a cook time of roughly 45 minutes per pound. The cooking grids are perfect for chicken breasts and thighs, too. Not only do the 3 cooking grids offer plenty of space for spare ribs, baby backs, and prime rib for the whole gang, they're chrome-plated for easy cleaning after the party is through.
The Smoke Hollow is packed with plenty of versatile features for smoking a wide variety of fare with ease. Multiple adjustment levels let you smoke slowly for days or turn up the heat to quickly marbleize side dishes and entrées. A cast brass burner stands up to high temperatures and long cooks. And, the smoker's porcelain-coated wood chip box resists scorching and corrosion even under extreme heat from Pecan, Hickory, White Oak, Apple, Alder and Mesquite woodchips. The water pan is also porcelain-coated to defy corrosion through years of use and fore easy cleaning. The door's magnetic latching system prevents leaks, trapping heat at a consistent level for quality smoked foods. Fitting nicely into patio corners, campers, and even car trunks for hauling to the family reunion or tailgate party, the unit measures 34 by 16 by 14 inches. And, a push-button ignition system means easy starts every time. A solid temperature gauge offers accurate cooking temperatures for easy monitoring. Two deluxe side handles make transport to and from the beach, campground, truck, patio, or deck a breeze. Best of all, assembly is a snap with easy to follow instructions and clear labels on all parts.
Top Customer Reviews
The first time we used it we smoked 2 chickens and a pork butt. They were amazing! This is our first smoker so it will take us a while to figure out what we're doing. Even so, we had a beautiful pink smoke ring in the meat, and everything was succulent and moist. I'm looking forward to using this machine for years to come!
We live in hurricane country. If we are ever again in a situation where we need to cook all of the meat in our freezer at once (or lose it), this smoker will have been one of the smartest additions we made to our disaster preparedness supplies. This is one of those purchased you make that pay you back time and time again.
1) It puts out too many BTUs to maintain a steady 225 degrees. After research I found two resolutions...
One involved putting a secondary regulator between the main regulator and the burner. I forget the name of the device, but opted to not do that. My concern would be wind blowing out the smaller flame and propane reaching the burning wood. Boom!
Instead I drilled a hole on the top of the unit and essentially added a chimney. That did the trick. At least it did with 70 degree outdoor temperatures. I'll be curious how it performs on a 90+ degree day.
2) Not enough smoke flavor. I've read it's best to replace the wood box with something larger, like a coffee can. I've not yet tried this, but assuming the larger can will fit, I think it will resolve that problem.
3) Don't trust the built in temp gauge. Get a couple probe thermometers. One for the meat, one for the internal temp of the smoker.
Made the best brisket I've ever done in this unit, and I got some sleep too!
There's still nothing like all wood smoking, but for those days where you want some BBQ and not spend most of the weekend standing near a fire, this is a great unit.
I know that if I packaged this up and returned it they would replace it however I do not want the hassle of that so I will straighten things as much as I can and use it. The packaging on the corners were a 3 sided Styrofoam that was suppose to protect the smoker box in its original package, they were 1/2 inch thick except where they were struck and they compressed to 1/4 inch or less there and broke as well which left very little to protect the item after that happened.
For me, I will either find larger items locally or find another model that is available locally. I don't like paying full retail price for something that ends up being damaged in shipment but that beats repackaging and shipping it back - lesson learned.
I would purchased this smoker again in a heartbeat. However, I had to cut about 1/3 of the brisket off and cook it on a separate shelf. That wasn't an issue for me (I simply cut off that one area of the brisket which is considerably thicker than the other 2/3s of it are) BUT- if you're planning to cook huge cuts of meat like that, you might consider a horizontal smoker, versus the vertical/upright one.
I REALLY love the size of this smoker, though. Part of the reason this smoker won me over in the purchasing stage of things, was because it had a good amount of room in it. Perfect for smoking or heating a large amount of food. Next time we smoke I plan to make the BBQ beans in it, too.
For me, this was the perfect purchase. I had wanted one for YEARS, but never really knew what to look for. Am very glad that I found one that had everything I wanted, and does a phenomenal job as a meat smoker.