Barbecue three ways

The Char-Broil American Gourmet Smoker, BBQ, and Grill makes it easy for anyone to become a pitmaster.

Brian Krepshaw
Brian is the author of two culinary based books published via his imprint Storkburger Press. A lifelong Californian, he has been consistently exposed to some of the best food in the world. With a deep appreciation for the kitchen, he is always on the lookout for that perfect appliance that combines style and grace with the ever-popular ability to save time.
Brian Krepshaw
No matter what you call it, you can make it. Char-Broil

Few words associated with food are as controversial as barbecue. However, in this debate it's not only about who has the better ribs, or what region makes the best pulled-pork sandwich, but what the definition of barbecue even is. Purists will say that unless it is slow-cooked over low heat, with the requisite amount of smoke, it does not qualify as barbecue. They cringe when they hear people say they are going to a backyard barbecue, knowing full well that the main fare will be hamburgers and hot dogs--not that there's anything wrong with that; it's just not barbecue.

No matter what you call barbecue, the Char-Broil American Gourmet Smoker, BBQ, and Grill has you covered. The three-in-one smoker, barbecue and grill features an offset smoke box allowing for "low and slow" cooking with results that everybody can agree on. The porcelain wire cooking grates provide 288 square inches of cooking space, while the overall dimensions of 46.3 inches by 17.5-inches 43.8-inches are compact enough for any back yard.

It doesn't take much effort to clear the smoke regarding barbecue. For a price of around $100, this starter smoker could be yours. From charcoal cooking to wood smoking, this noncontroversial backyard cooker makes it easy for anyone to become a pitmaster from the comfort of his or her own yard.