I received my electric smoker as a Christmas gift from my fiancé about 5 years 
ago and it has been one of my most favorite additions to our cooking arsenal.  
The model I have is made by MasterBuilt and doesn’t require specialized wood 
pellets.  I can find a variety of wood chips at my local Walmart.  Dale 
Campbell demonstrated the same smoker on episodes 238 and 259 of his podcast, 
Cooking in the Dark.  Although Dale referred to his smoker as a MasterGrill, it 
sounds and works exactly like my MasterBuilt, so I think he accidentally called 
his by the wrong name.  Plus, I cannot find an electric smoker by the brand 
name of MasterGrill.  Mike Calvo wrote a great review of the Bradley electric 
smoker back in 2012 which you can read here 
The only thing I didn't like about the Bradley is that it required the use of 
specialized wood briquettes.  At any rate, I have a great deal of fun with my 
electric smoker and have smoked meats such as ribs, chicken, turkey, beef 
brisket and more.  In fact, today I’m having some leftover barbecue pulled pork 
sandwiches for lunch made from a pork shoulder I smoked in my electric smoker.  
If you have any questions, don’t hesitate to let me know, but I highly 
recommend an electric smoker if you enjoy smoked food.  There are so many 
variations you can come up with depending on the rubs, sauces, and/or woods you 

> On May 16, 2018, at 10:21 PM, John via Cookinginthedark 
> <cookinginthedark@acbradio.org> wrote:
>       Hello, has anyone ever used an electric smoker?  A local store has one 
> on sale and I am possibly interested in purchasing one.  I do not know much 
> about it.  I do not know if it uses wood pellets  to flavor the cooked foods. 
>  Any feedback would be appreciated.  There is an adjustable thermostat on the 
> device.
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