Using Cast Iron Skillets in Your Bradley Smoker

Posted on May 5, 2013

I just wanted to share with everyone a cooking technique I stumbled across to use with my smoker (Bradley).  When cooking pork, or beef simply use an old cast iron skillet instead of wrapping your meat in foil.  All I do is spray the meat with oil, add dry rub, and put it in the cast iron skillet.  In this case, it my old National (made by Wagner ca. 1895-1915 or so).  This works especially great for pork chops, pork shoulders and roasts, beef brisket, etc.  It also makes a nice smokey gravy in the bottom of the pan when you are done.

 

grill

 

 

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