The Healthy Electric Smoker Cookbook (Paperback)

100 Recipes with All-Natural Ingredients and Fewer Carbs!

By Robyn Lindars

Alpha, 9781465483690, 176pp.

Publication Date: May 7, 2019

List Price: 19.99*
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Authentic smoked flavor for those who don't prefer to spend hours monitoring their low-and-slow barbecue.

With Healthy Electric Smoker Cookbook, you can confidently smoke just about anything and enjoy many advantages over traditional smoking methods.

   • More convenient - Precise temperature control means you don't need to spend hours tweaking temperature, adding wood, and tending to the smoker.
   • Less cost - Conventional smokers require a significant amount of wood to produce consistent smoke and heat over long periods of time, but electric smokers use a very small amount of wood, which is used for flavoring and not as the energy source.
   • Smaller footprint - Electric smokers take up significantly less space and produce much less ash than traditional smokers.

From happy hour, to entrée, to dessert, use any brand of electric smoker to wow your family and neighbors with smoke flavor without building a smokehouse in your backyard. Plus, no unnecessary carbs and processed ingredients needed, making many recipes paleo-friendly and lower carb. Smoke your own Old Fashioned, chipotle cherry beef jerky, pork belly burnt ends, Jamaican jerk chicken, or campfire s'mores cheesecake. Sure, you can wait and watch your ribs slowly tenderize if you want, but you can also go do your yard work while your electric appliance turns out the most perfectly smoked and traditionally flavored barbecue you've ever created.

About the Author

Robyn Lindars, the woman behind, is a health-focused recipe developer and barbecue fanatic who loves anything cooked over fire. She has a passion for teaching others how to create their own smoked foods, from creative smoked cocktails to classic brisket. She competes on a barbecue team and is a trained Florida BBQ Association judge. Her editorial and recipe content has been featured in numerous publications, including USA Today's USA Weekend, The Huffington Post, and Rachael Ray EveryDay, to name a few. Robyn has appeared on The Today Show, Food Network's Chopped Grill Masters, and The Cooking Channel's Food(ography), and she has presented many on-air cooking demonstrations for local Florida networks.