Originally Posted by Andy M.
What color is it now?
My point is my smoker is designed for smoking. My Weber Genesis Silver gas grill is designed for grilling.
You see, I bought one of those little cast iron wood chip boxes especially made for gas grills and I had terrible luck with it.
I plan to stick with my Weber kettle or tunnel smoker for long cooking/smoking foods like ribs or chicken.
For a quick meal like burgers or steaks, the gas grill is my go to option.
Originally Posted by RPCookin
I don't understand that. It gets plenty of smoke from the meats that you grill. A little wood smoke isn't going to change that. I smoked a lot on the Weber Genesis that I used to have and never saw any problems with it. The way I see it, a grill is supposed to get smoky, just the nature of the beast.
I know. I expected some feedback concerning my post.
But there is some merit to what wood smoke does to the interior of a gas grill. Its not a deal breaker, but if i have a way to smoke in another vessel, that's where I will smoke it.