SmokinTex Newsletter



May 2015     Volume VIII, Issue V 

Reverse Sear A Steak in your SmokinTex

Add an extra layer of flavor to your steaks. Mesquite or hickory wood is best for beef steaks. See how to reverse sear on our SmokinTex Forums.

All-Weather Cover

New Cover


Protect your smoker from the elements with our cover. We also have covers for all smokers on our cart.


SmokinTex ProductsLinks
SmokinTex T-Shirt

SmokinTex T-Shirt  

Let everyone know you're serious about smokin with this exclusive short sleeve SmokinTex T-shirt!







Smokers Make Great Gifts!
Think Father's Day!

Buy one for a friend or family member today! 

Seafood Grill

seafood grill

Great for smoking small items that could fall through larger grills.



Non-Stick Mat

This non-stick mat is perfect for smokin nuts! Use for veggies, cheese and sausage too!


Jerky Dryer Jerky Dryer/Dehydrator

Excellent for drying fish, beef, game, fruit and vegetables.




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Need Tips?  

SmokinTex Forum is a great resource for all things smoked. There you will find thousands of posts -- some with recipes and pictures. We have great members who answer questions and point you in the right direction.

And please call us, too!


How To Smoke Cheese Video
It's easy!
Built-in SmokinTex Smoker

"I built our kitchen from scratch, no experience, not a carpenter. Was a nice project, not too expensive except for the counter which is stone. Up here (NH) with freezing weather, we only have 2 choices, expensive granite or stone. If I lived down south, I could have used $1 tiles. I really wanted the smoker to be in the cabinet, now just pull it out to smoke, then push in to store. I love it!"


Bob C. 


If you want more information, take a look at how a few SmokinTex smoker owners constructed their outdoor kitchens with a built-in smoker!


Smoked Wild Hog
by Luke Clayton

"Quartered the meat up and gave it a liberal amount of Obie-Cue rub. Placed it in my SmokinTex set at 225F for 2 hours of heavy plum wood smoke. Covered the cuts in BBQ sauce, double wrapped them in heavy duty foil and turned the head down to 190F. Smoked all night for about 9 additional hours. The meat was fall off the bone tender. Added a little garlic powder and vacuum sealed it in quart size portions."


Smokin Tip     
null How do you recommend cleaning the inside of the smoker?

Replace the double foil lining the wood box and the floor of smoker after every use. Use a warm damp sponge to wipe the inside of the smoker down. Make sure you take care not to bring it back to the "like new" stage. The creosote that lines the inside caused by the heat and smoke acts as a barrier against moisture and helps lock in that smoked flavor.
We Honor Veterans On Memorial Day and Every Day!
SmokinTex salutes all our veterans and active duty military every day.

We offer a discount off any SmokinTex smoker to all active duty military.

You must call 888-922-1511 to receive this offer.

SmokinTex supports our troops - thank you for all you do!


How Can I Order Parts?
You can order parts such as a heating element and/or thermostat by calling our office. We can assist you in getting the right part.
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Need Help?
If you have any questions, comments, pictures, or videos of your SmokinTex experience please contact us at:

Office 888-922-1511 M-F 9-5.

Thanks for your business and happy smokin!
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