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 Anyone Tried These New Smoker Bags?

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Anyone Tried These New Smoker Bags? Tue, 12/21/10 2:58 PM (permalink)
Has anyone tried these new Smoker Bags?
I just received several Smoker Bags as a Christmas present and am anxious to try them. They're a double-walled plastic bag that you can put in your oven or on a grill. You can seal the bags so the smoke does not escape. Apparently there's something between the walls of the bag that creates the smoke. One bag I received is Alderwood for doing fish and the other is Hickory for meats. I also received a "Smoker Bag Cookbook" with over 40 recxipes for cooking stuff in these bags. They look like a neat concept. No mess or fuss and you can serve the food right out of the bag for easy cleanup. Good idea for camping trips. Anyone have any "Tips or Tricks" with these things? Mine are the "Savu" brand imported from Finland.
I've seen several Brands of them on the Net.
There are a number of Sources:
http://www.hotdiggitycajun.com/home.html
http://www.emerilstore.com/prodinfo.asp?number=20BA001
http://www.amazon.com/Savu-Smoker-Hickory-Oven-Grill/dp/B000Y041JW
 
 
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