Shoot with natural light (though difficult since a lot of times we're taking pictures of dinner and all natural light may be gone). Try and shoot with a tripod if you can. A lot of point and shoot cameras won't have fancy image stabilization like a Canon L lens or other high-end lens will. Also, pulling back and just cropping the photo later will make sure you get more of the shot in focus and you won't be fighting blurry photos.
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Yoder Smokers YS640 (on Silver Comp Cart)
Yoder Smokers Loaded Wichita (Serial Number 1)
Weber Kettle 22.5" Silver (w/ Smokenator, KettlePizza, Smoke•EZ, and more)
Ninja Turtle Green Thermapen
NY Giants Blue Backlit Thermapen