The Bradley Propane Smoker makes makes smoking food easy. The propane smoker comes in a protective carrying case with extra room for extra propane bottles and bisquettes. I immediately unpacked the Bradley Propane Smoker, without reading the instructions of course, and managed to have it assembled correctly in about 10 minutes.
The unit only needs the meat of your choice, a propane tank, bisquettes, and 4 AA batteries to get started. The batteries are used to automatically advance the bisquettes into the burn chamber. One bisquette about every 20 minutes. When burned, the bisquette is ejected into the water bowl at the bottom of the smokehouse and extinguished, and a new one is slid into place over the burner to continue the smoking process. The load chamber can hold several hours worth of smoke.
The silver foil cover is supposed to be disposed of after several uses, I have used mine 6 times and the foil cover still looks fine. The kit comes with 3 foil covers which should last you for quite a while. Cleaning the unit was as easy as emptying the water bowl and cleaning the drip pan and shelf.
So far I love the Bradley Propane Smoker and will be traveling with it to friends BBQ's, the unit only weighs 23lbs. I have only tried the alder bisquettes but other choices include Apple, Cherry, Hickory, Maple, Mesquite, Oak, Pecan and Special Blend bisquettes.