Yes you can. Try taking any meat product fresh out of cold storage and smoking at the coolest temperature possible. Do not let your food smoker go above 100 degrees F. Season or marinade to taste. Only smoke for 1 to 2 hours and then cook as you would normally. Keep the damper at the top of your Bradley Smoker wide open, this helps in keeping the temperature low. This can be a little tricky in the middle of summer when the air temperature is above 60 degrees. The new flavors you can create on your grill or oven are fantastic.
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