How to Use a Bradley Smoker

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Bradley smokers are designed to produce a continuous flow of hot or cold smoke with which to flavor, preserve or cook food. The smokers can be set to cold smoke to flavor or preserve food or to hot smoke to cook it. They use compacted wood "bisquettes," which come in a variety of flavors. There are several models available and these fall into the two main categories of "original smokers" and "digital smokers."

Things You'll Need

  • Bisquettes
  • Food

Original Smoker

  • Fill the drip bowl to halfway with water.

  • Place bisquettes in the feeder tube.

  • Press the "Generator On/Off" switch.

  • Press the "Bisquette Advance" button to push the first bisquette into the burner. Subsequent bisquettes will automatically be advanced every 20 minutes.

  • Place your food onto the cooking racks.

  • Load cooking racks into the smoker.

  • Open the damper.

  • Set the "Heat" switch to the desired temperature if heat is required.

Digital Smoker

  • Fill the drip bowl to halfway with water.

  • Place bisquettes in the feeder tube.

  • Press the "On/Off Smoker" button.

  • Press the ">>>Wood" button. Wait for the bisquette to advance then press the button again to move the bisquette into the burner.

  • Press and hold the "Smoker Timer Set" button until the required smoking time is displayed.

  • Place food onto the racks.

  • Load racks into the smoker.

  • Open the damper.

  • Press "On/Off Oven" if oven cooking is required.

  • Press and hold "Oven Temp Set" to set the heat.

  • Press and hold "Oven Timer Set" to set the length of cooking time.

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