To cook meat with an electric smoker, set up the grill, heat it up, and put the meat on the grill. It is a good idea to break in a new grill before using it for cooking a meal, suggests Old Smokey. More »

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Build an electric meat smoker using a hot plate and large clay pot. Make the cover from a terracotta pot tray that fits just inside the rim of the pot. Use a circular barbecue grate that fits about one-third of the way d... More »

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To make a simple homemade meat smoker from a garbage can, cut a small hole near the bottom of a metal garbage can. Place an electric hot plate in the bottom of the garbage can, and pull the cord through the hole. Place a... More »

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To cook filet mignon on a charcoal grill, cook the meat uncovered using medium coals, turn once while grilling, wrap in foil after transferring to a plate, and serve after five minutes. When cooking a 1-inch cut, grill f... More »

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Barbecuing entails choosing the correct cut of meat, preparing the grill and cooking the meat over low heat until it's heated all the way through and tender. Marinating the meat and smoking it can add additional flavor. More »

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Cook ribs on a gas grill by using indirect heat, wood smoke bombs, apple juice, aluminum foil and barbecue sauce. Gas grills do not imbue ribs with the flavor that charcoal grills do. Therefore, use wood smoke bombs to c... More »

Cooking a pork roast on a rotisserie grill set for direct or indirect low heat will take up to four hours for an average 5-to 6-pound roast. The finished internal temperature of the roast should be 145 F, when measured f... More »