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Old 05-02-2019, 04:21 PM   #51
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We have a Traeger and I absolutely love it! I use it 90% of the time to cook. Seriously nearly every night.
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Old 05-02-2019, 04:21 PM   #52
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I see this is an old thread but--I cant believe the CampChef hasn't been mentioned. A good buddy has one and we've pulled some great meats off it.
Fits in your budget and has the Sear Box for cooking your steaks too.

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Old 05-02-2019, 04:53 PM   #53
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THIS lol.

I imagine a hurricane/ power outage scenario. Guys lets bbq so all this meat in my freezer dont go to waste... Nah we cant, no power. Maybe we can find a battery so we can fire up the traeger.
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Old 05-02-2019, 05:20 PM   #54
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I heard the best bark and flavor is produced by using Purina Rabbit Chow.

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Old 05-02-2019, 05:29 PM   #55
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I heard the best bark and flavor is produced by using Purina Rabbit Chow.

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Equine Senior horse feed beats that hands down!
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Old 05-02-2019, 05:52 PM   #56
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I had a camp chef woodwind but lost it in the great house fire of 2019.. it was okay but it didnít hold temp very well and had big swings.
Iíve got the Rec Tec bull 700 now and love it. Plenty of room, has 2 temp probes and a 40lb hopper.


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Old 05-02-2019, 06:07 PM   #57
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Equine Senior horse feed beats that hands down!
Safe and Sound is solid too.

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Old 05-02-2019, 07:17 PM   #58
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Has anyone here used the black olive grill? If I didnt have a big green egg that I love, I think it is one I'd look hard into buying. It is a kamado style pit, with an electric element and pellet feeder on it. Seems like the best of all worlds to me.

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Old 05-02-2019, 07:18 PM   #59
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Big green egg brisket, my first on it.

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Old 05-02-2019, 07:31 PM   #60
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Big green egg brisket, my first on it.

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That looks legit. Enjoy.


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Old 05-02-2019, 07:52 PM   #61
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After much research, I ended up with a GMG.

I havenít found a pellet blend I like yet though, been thru a couple now.
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Old 05-02-2019, 08:09 PM   #62
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I need to buy one soon. Too many options lol.
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Old 05-02-2019, 08:16 PM   #63
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Guess I threw my man card away. Ordered a rec tec pellet grille today. Figure it out and set it and forget it for a few hours. Go hunt are whatever and get back to camp and supper is ready.

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Old 05-02-2019, 09:04 PM   #64
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Guess I threw my man card away. Ordered a rec tec pellet grille today. Figure it out and set it and forget it for a few hours. Go hunt are whatever and get back to camp and supper is ready.
You just converted me, cannot beat that whole deal
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Old 05-03-2019, 08:14 AM   #65
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Guess I threw my man card away. Ordered a rec tec pellet grille today. Figure it out and set it and forget it for a few hours. Go hunt are whatever and get back to camp and supper is ready.
This is why I want one, very seldom do I have absolutely nothing to do all day for 10-12 hrs to babysit a smoker. I have a big allseasons smoker and I have to fight it all day to maintain temp and not over smoke or under cook the meat. Nothing worse than starting early, working the smoker all day and pull the meat and be really disappointed in the finished product.

Iím def in the market and want to be the set it and forget it group. Maybe it will never be as good as stick burners ďcan beĒ, but at least it will be consistently good.
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Old 05-03-2019, 11:34 AM   #66
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This is why I want one, very seldom do I have absolutely nothing to do all day for 10-12 hrs to babysit a smoker. I have a big allseasons smoker and I have to fight it all day to maintain temp and not over smoke or under cook the meat. Nothing worse than starting early, working the smoker all day and pull the meat and be really disappointed in the finished product.

Iím def in the market and want to be the set it and forget it group. Maybe it will never be as good as stick burners ďcan beĒ, but at least it will be consistently good.

This is true, I hate babysitting all day and getting asked (is it ready) by everyone here at home..

Wife gave me a good recipe for brisket and said it was a good, fast and i don't have to babysit/drink all day. I told her let me hear it.

Wake up early, go to rudys, eat lunch and have a few beers then we can do what we want the rest of the day lol. It worked out pretty good last time
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Treager all day IMO ... I have the lil tex at the ranch and is 10 years old I also have the select at the house. Just keep them covered and will last forever.
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Old 05-03-2019, 12:36 PM   #68
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Hmm, sold my Primo because I didn't want to risk moving it. Now I might research the pellet option after we get in a new house. Really like ceramic cookers though.
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Guess I threw my man card away. Ordered a rec tec pellet grille today. Figure it out and set it and forget it for a few hours. Go hunt are whatever and get back to camp and supper is ready.
Yep, liberal hipsters. Beto or Biden?

I'm just jacking with y'all. Lol.

I do that at the lease on a 100.00 barrel pit from HEB. Beans in the crockpot.

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Hmm, sold my Primo because I didn't want to risk moving it. Now I might research the pellet option after we get in a new house. Really like ceramic cookers though.
Look at the black olive

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Old 05-03-2019, 01:41 PM   #71
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After much research, I ended up with a GMG.

I havenít found a pellet blend I like yet though, been thru a couple now.
I'm a fan of straight Oak. Did it with stick burners and I'm doing it with my GMG Jim Bowie.

I've been loving the B&B Charcoal Oak Pellets. They put out good smoke for me
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Old 05-03-2019, 02:37 PM   #72
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I bought a Pit Boss 820 last year when they were on sale at Cabelas.
After the first couple of cooks, the food came out great, but I wasn't happy with the temperature swings, so I added a Savanna Stoker PID controller. It's rock steady now.
The Pit Boss has a sliding gate over the fire pot that you can open in order to use it as a grill.
I've been using B&B post oak pellets and have been very satisfied with the taste.
Great bark, and a decent smoke ring.

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Old 05-03-2019, 04:19 PM   #73
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I've been running a Traeger Lil Tex for well over 7 years now.

I've baked cookies, smoked skillet jalapeno cornbread and literally everything you would want to smoke on a grill (steaks, turkeys, chicken, sausages, burgers, dogs....all of them).

What the Traeger does for me is, I can make Panini Pressed tuna melt sandwiches inside the kitchen then, take those hot sandwiches out to the smoker and hit them with smoke for the finish.

Or dishes that were cooked in the oven, finished off in the Traeger for that extra smoke finish.

Or left overs when they needed warming - smoke them hot and serve the second day.

Vegetables - cheese - pies......I've done literally everything.

It's a wood burning oven, grill and a slow smoker.

You can start in the Traeger and grill or finish in a super hot oven.

A whole different level versus the traditional wood fired setup in the yard.

Smoked honey ham


Smoked stuffed Florida Pompano



Smoked Amberjack


Brined with brown sugar and smoked King Mackerel



Brisket


Smoked pizza



Dutch Oven smoked San Antonio Red Chili - No Beans - slow simmered for hours



Smoked tuna - then shredded and used for salad toppings and smoked tuna/cheese patti melt sandwiches

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Old 05-03-2019, 08:57 PM   #74
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Ok. All that looks amazing. I hope you are all happy. I have been on the fence about getting a pellet smoker. The one I was dreaming about buying new (Yoder YS640) came up used on Facebook that I could afford and now it’s on my patio. Wife said, “ohhh so now I don’t have to cook anymore.” She still has to cook. I’m going to have my buddy that runs a baroque catering place come over and give me the run down on doing brisket, and then I’m off to the races.
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Old 05-03-2019, 10:00 PM   #75
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Did a lot of research before buying and for a price range under 700 bucks, GMG beats Traeger for quality, technology and customer service. I bought GMG, Daniel Boone with Wifi and really like it. It was in my price range because I knew I would want to add all the fun add ones like cover, Grill Grates, extra shelves, smoke tube etc. That being said, if I had to do it over or buy another one, it will be the more expensive Yoder brand. They are built like a tank and give a little better smoke result.
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Old 05-04-2019, 10:15 AM   #76
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I have the pit boss 820 and it is great


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Old 05-04-2019, 10:45 AM   #77
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I was considering a pellet smoker, but-

Very funny

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Where are you located??
I may have a deal for you!
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Old 05-04-2019, 03:19 PM   #79
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Smoked swordfish steaks and finished off, with a balsamic glaze, capers and slightly smoked cherry tomatoes.

This ain't the old burn beef, pork or chicken scene....that's what an electric smoker brings to the galley.

Sure I have a Lyfetime barrel side box smoker - heavy, reliable and consumes wood like a monster.

With the Traeger, I can run a 40lb bag of pellets, and smoke literally days before I need to buy a new bag.

The efficiency of this system is literally unreal and the costs to run, is literally nil.

I smoke on my covered patio, just outside the door of my kitchen. It's my outside smoking oven and I have the inside scene going at the same time.

It's nice to toss a brisket on at midnight, go to bed and wake up, with the internal temp hovering around 170 - 180 degrees. You can stretch that out till it's time to pull, set up in a warm box (I toss mine in the oven at low), till everyone wants to eat.

I work in the Restaurant Equipment/Service industry. IT Manager of a firm that has over 5,000 Restaurants for a client base in Texas.

We have a cooking laboratory. Rational Ovens - A German manufacturer of high end/advanced cooking systems, uses our lab regularly to cook and show case some of their cooking systems for Restaurant owners/chefs etc.

Their USA top chef is pretty regular in the shop......I asked him what smoking system does he use at home - personally.

TRAEGER

And many of the professional Chefs I've spoken to, they say the same thing.

It's a solid cooking system - USA Made.




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More Traeger fixings - LIL TEX - Running 7 plus years and going strong!

I lean on Apple, Hickory and Pecan for a bulk of my smoking.

The Traeger makes quick work of DELICATE meats & cheeses. This is key.

Smoked swordfish tacos



Smoked surf caught Whiting Appetizers. You can literally drizzle EVO and season the filets - hit apple smoke a bit then assemble on crackers. Place the crackers and cover with cheese and smoke till the cheese melts - pull and serve. That's a solid appetizer!



Ground axis burger stuffed bellpeppers - toss them into the Traeger at 300 and let them smoke and pull. You can season and pre cook the ground venison rare - stuff the peppers, load up with cheese and jalapenos and finish them off in the Traeger - hickory smoke is perfect.



Canned jalapeno yellowfin tuna - Panini pressed in an homemade jalapeno/cheese bread with smoked extra sharp Tillamook cheddar cheese. Italian sausage stuffed mushrooms - smoke till done. After the tuna has been pressed, finish up with a smoke run on the Traeger as the shrooms cook down and serve.



Classic chopped jalapeno and cheese smoked dogs with smoked cheese and tomatoes. I lean on Apple smoke here.



Smoked roasted turkey. At times, I'll stuff it full of chopped apples. Chopped apples also smoke seriously well stuffed inside Florida Pompano - Apple smoke for fish and Hickory for the Turkey.



Smoked AHI Tuna Jerky. I marinade in a brown sugar/maple syrup brine then dehydrate till the tuna is half done. I finish it off in the Traeger with apple smoke for the win!

5 Ounces of this stuff - on the commercial market is 25 bucks. I knock out several pounds when I do AHI Jerky - and I have hundreds of pounds to play with each year. The Traeger and a commercial grade vacuum sealer makes it EASY!


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Old 05-04-2019, 04:29 PM   #81
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BOB - I earned my Man Card in the military...years ago. I have woman at work, begging to eat my leftovers. I shiat you knots! They LOVE MY TRAEGER!
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Ok. All that looks amazing. I hope you are all happy. I have been on the fence about getting a pellet smoker. The one I was dreaming about buying new (Yoder YS640) came up used on Facebook that I could afford and now itís on my patio. Wife said, ďohhh so now I donít have to cook anymore.Ē She still has to cook. Iím going to have my buddy that runs a baroque catering place come over and give me the run down on doing brisket, and then Iím off to the races.
Whole packer brisket. Trim fat cap down to about 1/4Ē. Run with whatever you want. Put on yoder at 235. Fat side down. Spray with apple juice every few hours. Pull when it passes probe test (plan on about 12 hours for your average brisket). Let rest in a cooler or tightly sealed pan for an hour. Enjoy.

I love putting one on about 10pm for lunch the next day. Cooks all night while I sleep.

Just always let your yoder get up to temp and be stable for 20 mins or so before you put meat on.
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I got to partake of some fine fajitas off a traeger today. Owner loves it and I can see why.



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I’m gonna be looking for some of these recipes. Good food is good food, period. I have no issue running a stick burner but it is in no way what keeps my man card safe. To each their own I guess.
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Got a great deal on a Louisiana Grills Lg 900 yesterday. $499 at Costco. Went to buy it at $599 and they had another $100 off. Same pit is $899 at Cabelas. Cooking a brisket today. So far so good
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We got a trager shortly before getting hit by Harvey. For the 17 months we didn’t have a kitchen my wife cooked everything that didn’t come from a microwave in the trager. In addition to smoked meat and Barbeque that included brownies, apple pie, bread, and anything else you could cook in a oven.

It’s still in great shape and we love it.
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i gave my GMG away and bought a yoder. Night and day.
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Old 06-16-2019, 03:52 PM   #89
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We got a trager shortly before getting hit by Harvey. For the 17 months we didnít have a kitchen my wife cooked everything that didnít come from a microwave in the trager. In addition to smoked meat and Barbeque that included brownies, apple pie, bread, and anything else you could cook in a oven.

Itís still in great shape and we love it.
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How do you do pies etc, without them tasting Smokey?
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Old 06-16-2019, 04:33 PM   #90
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Should have never opened this again
Now I’m hungry
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Old 06-16-2019, 04:34 PM   #91
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How do you do pies etc, without them tasting Smokey?


They donít take in ďsmokeĒ really. Iíve done a bunch of pies on my traeger and they always turn out with a great crust and the slightest hint of smoke.


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Old 06-16-2019, 04:50 PM   #92
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I bought a Pitts and Spitts last week. My first brisket today. Pretty darn good



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