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    Flinging pellets on a Grilla OG

    It arrived this afternoon! I'll do the burn in tomorrow and fire up a chucky on Sunday.
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    See what you can fit on that dude first cook.

    I could use an extra pellet for bigger cooks (in conjunction with the Grid Iron) and smaller cooks (when it's only a butt and a brisket).

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    • Jerod Broussard
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      Thanks Bogy I'll start pinching pennies.

    • Jerod Broussard
      Jerod Broussard commented
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      Thanks tdimond enjoy the voyages!

    • Soonerpop
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      Jerod Broussard I’ve got my eye on an OG my ownself as soon as I get the pool/patio back to normal after the big freeze. Remember, you can pick it up at the store here in Dallas and get free pellets, sauce, etc., since they save shipping costs. Plus, you can see all the other “stuff” and visit with the nice folks there.

    #3
    Sweet, Amigo!!!

    Enjoy countlesss Great Cooks!!!!

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      #4
      Beautiful!

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        #5
        Nice! Have fun learning your new cooker.

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          #6
          Beautiful!

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            #7
            It’s the best! Enjoy!

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              #8
              Long Live Pellet Grilling. Love the set it and forget it. Love the smoke flavor.
              Love it is so simple and easy even I can cook on one. Love the sear with grill grates.

              happy grilling to you.

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                #9
                Have fun with it.

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                  #10
                  Looking good. I am sure you will enjoy it!

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                    #11
                    PBC, PBC, PBC!

                    Wait....what?

                    Congrats!

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                    • tdimond
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                      I still have a PBC.

                    #12
                    The burn in has started.
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                    • Bogy
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                      Welcome to the Jungle! So pretty and shiny! I've had my OG for about 4 years, and mine had been a dealer's demonstrator, used about 12 times. Yes, they used to have dealers, and they made them in Holland, MI. So mine is an original OG, but the same basic design, and I love it. Now if I could just get my grates all shiny like that again! Enjoy!

                    • prepperjack
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                      I'm not going to lie - I'd buy it just for the way that logo lights up like that.

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                    jfmorris see, I got the upper rack extension.

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                      #14
                      does it light up like a lava lamp at night?

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                      • Bogy
                        Bogy commented
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                        smokenoob, that window in the front is the coolest thing to watch. The only problem is that it's like the rest of the inside of any smoker, it doesn't take long to get covered by soot.

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                      Welcome to the Jungle !!

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