The BBQ Smoker gives such a unique and iconic taste to any meat that goes through slow smoking at a low-temperature process. Ribs, brisket, pork, turkey, and chicken are the most common and favorite foods to smoke with various flavors of wood chips and parts of those foods can be left behind. Keeping a clean smoker and maintaining the parts of the smoker can help ensure the adventure of the BBQ smoker continues.
The slow cooking process of these meats will no doubt leave behind the baked-on juices and pieces of food. When it's time to replace the cooking surface on your Americana Smoker we have the replacement cooking grate.
The best way to make sure your food is cooked right and has the flavor and tenderness that smokers are known for is to maintain your smoker and that means replacing parts when needed.
Maintaining a constant low temperature for a long time is key to achieving the desired taste and tenderness for smoked meats. Make sure you have a heat indicator that is working and functioning properly.
Part of the maintenance of your smoker is making sure you can read and set an accurate temperature, which is essential as meats smoke at different times and temperatures.