I know that some folks say smoking on a gas grill isn't "correct," but I am going to try it. I bought a Char-Broil three burner from Lowes ($269). If I turn on the left burner, leave the middle and right burner one off (meat on right burner), and put the woodchip box/can over the heat, is this what I am supposed to do?
I am thinking that I can keep the left burner on enough to keep the temperature at 225? (can't remember the correct temp), but wasn't sure if I could put the meat way on the other side of the grill. It's not that far, but just didn't know if the temperature gauge was accurate for all parts of the grill. It might be crazy. I don't know how long the propane gas will last.
Any constructive advice is appreciated. Please, though beggars for information can't be choosers, don't tell me I need a refund and get a Weber or a Charcoal grill. I might learn this the hard way, but this is what I have right now, and I want to do my best to make it work. Thanks.