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I pulled into the gravel lot in front of M&M BBQ Company‘s fabrication shop in Tool and saw four offset smokers piled behind a chain-link fence like old muscle cars in a scrapyard. They’d been rendered useless, at least temporarily, with their once towering smokestacks detached and laid beside them on the ground. Co-owner Mike Miller Jr. said he hauled them up from Miller’s Smokehouse (no relation) in Belton after the restaurant replaced its offset smokers with four new M&M rotisseries. The owners asked for M&M to refurbish the offsets and put them up for sale. Seeing these smokers literally left in the dust was a metaphor for just how quickly the popularity of rotisserie smokers has grown.The differences between an offset smoker and a rotisserie…
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