As a general safety rule, and for your comfort........outside is much safer and your don't want to smoke up your residence. Ideally but not absolutely, in an area that is not to windy and out of the rain. This just makes your smoking temperature and monitoring consistant and simplified.
answered 1 year, 4 months ago
It can be used inside but I would not recommend it for safety reasons, and also only the electric model. Definetly dont run the smoke side of the smoker inside closed doors or your house or garage will definatly suffer smoke damage.
answered 2 years, 9 months ago
- Springfield Missouri
Only if you want the inside of your house to smell like smoke. A smoker cooks the meat at a very low temp, but produces a tremendous amount of smoke to help with the cooking/flavoring of the meat. Smokers are definitely for outdoor use only.
answered 3 years ago
- North Florida