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[Bradley Smokers] Bradley Smokers Father's Day Sale - FS over $100

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Bradley Smokers Father's Day Sale - FS over $100

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Bradley Smokers on sale for $299 ( for the original 31" 4 rack electric smoker ) & up. Free shipping on orders over $100 * You can also get a $20 coupon by sending a pic next to your Bradley Smoker to marketing@bradleysmoker.com and have a chance to win a Pro P10 Smoker.

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* free shipping not available in Newfoundland And Labrador, Northwest Territories, Nunavut, Yukon Territory
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May 29, 2006
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these are awesome, I have used mine 10+ times this short summer already, super easy to use also

cheese stuffed meatballs have been the go to of late. the kids go nuts for them also.
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Jan 6, 2013
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JONQUIERE
Think I can pass this as a gift for myself from the kids? Tell my wife it was their idea and Im happy?
Very tempted.
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Feb 12, 2002
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Vancouver
Love smoking fish on my Bradley, unfortunately, no sale on the wood pucks
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Aug 18, 2011
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North York
brunomarie wrote: Think I can pass this as a gift for myself from the kids? Tell my wife it was their idea and Im happy?
Very tempted.
Double down with Father's day and you got yourself a smoker!

Edit: It appears I'm blind, didn't notice the Father's day sale in the Subject, saw smoker and clicked, lol.
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Jan 25, 2016
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Toronto
Read the description for the P10 smoker:
No babysitting, no hassles, no checking, no worries. Just set it and forget it.
They ripped off the Ronco Showtime Rotisserie lol. Saw that infomercial a thousand times as a kid.
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Aug 18, 2006
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1) can this be kept outside?
2) do you have to use their brand of stuff to smoke or can you use any kind?
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Dec 13, 2006
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Burlington
Hate the proprietary wood pucks. I'll never bother with these guys...
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Mississauga
I have my digital now for 8 years and use it even in winter. Excellent for keeping the temp steady for you and pucks are available all over. Highly recommend. This is a great deal.
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Mar 11, 2004
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Daf wrote: 1) can this be kept outside?
2) do you have to use their brand of stuff to smoke or can you use any kind?
You have to keep them / use them outdoors. As long as the pucks are made for bradley, you can use any.
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Jan 25, 2016
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Toronto
cRaZyRaVr wrote: I have my digital now for 8 years and use it even in winter. Excellent for keeping the temp steady for you and pucks are available all over. Highly recommend. This is a great deal.
I had a digital and left it with my dad before I moved away. Loved it.

This P10 smoker, I can’t figure out what the difference is from the other models other than the pucks having a door to keep them sheltered? Anyone have any insight - can it be used indoors?
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Mar 7, 2011
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Eastern Passage
rocking23nf wrote: these are awesome, I have used mine 10+ times this short summer already, super easy to use also

cheese stuffed meatballs have been the go to of late. the kids go nuts for them also.
Can you hit me up with a recipe?
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Oct 5, 2018
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All these people asking to use it indoors. Sure. Fill your house with smoke. Geniuses.
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May 29, 2006
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Daf wrote: 1) can this be kept outside?
2) do you have to use their brand of stuff to smoke or can you use any kind?
I keep it outside for the part of the year that is above zero, then I move it to my garage for storage. I have not used it in the winter. but I do keep it out in the rain (with cover) and have no issues.
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coulombemr wrote: Can you hit me up with a recipe?
im not sure what spice my wife puts in, but some seasoning of your choice, bread crumbs and an egg for sure, and cubes of marble cheese in the middle, I prefer regular ground beef as its more juicy.

usually a 10ish dollar tray of regular meat can make around 40+ meatballs.

I cook at 225 with full smoke with usually Apple or Cherry until inside temp is 165, it takes around 1 hour to 1 hour and 15 minutes.

don't overcook, just cook to 165.

they actually taste better then next day reheated in the microwave, its like the smoke grows overnight. meatballs really soak up that smoke.

add some BBQ dipping saunce on your plate, and they are super yummy/]

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