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Love Smoked Meat. Cave Tools Makes it Easy and Affordable.



My family loves smoked meat.  There is just something about the added flavor that makes the taste so incredible.  We have always wanted to buy a smoker, but couldn't find something that was in our budget.  I was so excited when Cave Tools asked me if I wanted to review a smoker box.  When it arrived I was surprised how small it was, but after using it I discovered it is the perfect size. It's made out of stainless steel.

It fits nicely under the grill grates.
We tried it with charcoal briquettes and it did not work very well, but when using the gas it worked brilliantly.
On the wood chip package it says to soak your chips before using them.  We discovered it worked much better with dry chips. We cooked hamburgers
BBQ Chicken and Veggie Kabobs

and my favorite just smoked chicken. 
We did not even season the chicken. It was flavored strictly by the smoke from the smoke box
and it was delicious.

You can buy the Smoker Box directly from Cave Tools Here or from Amazon Here.

You can tell we used it quite a bit and it's held up to the heat brilliantly.
It took a bit of trial and error to learn how to use the smoker box, but now that we know how to make it work it is an easy and affordable way to get that great smoked meat flavor.

Cave Tools has graciously offered a 15% off coupon code for you to purchase it from Amazon.
Use the Code TJ4VTYCS

I'm ready for Summer grilling season and can't wait to try the smoker box out some more!


The smoke box was provided by Cave Tools.  I was not paid to complete this review All opinions are my own!

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