It’s spring time again and it’s finally warm enough for some backyard barbecues.  Barbecuing chicken, sausage, and burgers is easy, but what about a nice smoked brisket?  Have you ever wondered why your brisket doesn’t have enough smoke flavor and why it’s too dry to enjoy?   To achieve the right amount of smoke flavor and have a tender brisket, you’ll need a smoker.  You might think you can get a great brisket out of your barbecue pit, but the truth is you really do need a smoker.  The key to smoking is keeping the meat away from the direct source of heat and directing the right amount of smoke to the meat, which is exactly how smokers are designed.  One of the best things about smokers is that you can leave your meat unattended for hours without having to worry about it burning.   Following are four affordable smokers with good ratings:

Brinkmann Sportsman Charcoal Smoker and Grill

This smoker is black with a 3 ½ star rating.  It costs $65.00 and has the following features:

Brinkmann Smoke’N Charcoal Grill and Smoker

This smoker is black with a three star rating.  It costs $85.00 and has the following features:

Meco  Deluxe Electric Water Smoker and Grill

This smoker is electric and plugs into a standard electrical outlet.  It has a 3 ½ star rating and costs $120.00.  Following are the features:

Meco Deluxe Charcoal Water Smoker and Grill

This smoker is black with a 3 ½ star rating.  It costs $130.00 and has the following features:

Both Meco and Brinkman have been manufacturing quality smokers for more than 30 years.  I bet you were wondering why your brisket never came out right.  Now you know the secret to a good smoked and tender brisket.   Pick the smoker that fits best in your budget and invite your friends and family over for a Texas barbecue.  You know what they say about Texas barbecue….it’s real barbecue.  If it’s done right, you don’t need any sauce.  Don’t forget the woodchips.

Source: www.grillsdirect.com

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