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Little Chief Smoker Ranked as one of 2016's Best Smokers

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Since 1968, the Little Chief Smoker (along with it's larger version the Big Chief) have been selected as one of the best smokers in the U.S. This continues to be seen as recently ranked in the top 9 best smokers for 2016 on the video wiki guide. The list is compiled with nineteen hours of research with a broad-ranging, impartial assessment of smoker options available to consumers in the United States.

Now everyone has their own opinion of what a smoker should be, the features it should have and how easily it produces phenomenal food results. This can also depend on what that individual is most often preparing, whether it be smoking salmon, jerky, sausage, brisket, ribs or something else. The fact is that the Little Chief Smoker produces consistent low temperatures that will never cook your food (when you want to be smoking), while providing ample amounts of smoke flavor... and most importantly is easy to use to get the same fantastic results each time you smoke your food. And that is why it always lands on lists for the best smoker in the United States. 

The Little Chief is the original salmon smoking machine (and all other fish too) since 1968 and is widely used across the United States and heavily in Alaska, the Pacific Northwest, around the Great Lakes and all other coastal regions. Take it from the Alaskan natives, the Little Chief is the best smoker for preparing smoked fish and meats for the winter. This includes smoked sausage, jerky and other meats in addition to their traditional smoked salmon. 

Ezvid Wiki was the world's first video wiki, and is now among the top 4,000 websites in the United States. Take it from them that after analyzing all the smokers on the market... the Little Chief Smoker once again is ranked as one of 2016's best smokers in the United States. A recognition not uncommon to the Little Chief and Big Chief over the past 50 years. 

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