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- Rib Rubber
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I have a Royal Oak 30" charcoal grill that I bought from Wal Mart last year, and I love it. I use it almost everyday. This morning I put a pork butt on to smoke. I just wondered what the advantages are of a dedicated smoker. Thanks for clearing that question uo.Christopher wrote:A dedicated smoker will be a little easier to smoke your food (maintaining low and slow temps) but a grill is capable of making perfectly fine food. Are you thinking of charcoal grilling or gas?