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The Beauty of a Pellet grill

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    The Beauty of a Pellet grill

    The "set it and almost forget it" function of a pellet grill can make your day.
    Sunday is our Sunday-goto Meeting day on Zoom 10-12, and I wanted to smoke three racks of ribs.
    7:30 rib prep
    9:20 pressed start on Pellet grill
    9:45 ribs on and smoking
    meeting time
    12:45 wrap ribs
    2:00 unwrapped and sauced
    2:45 ribs-b-done
    Potato Salad for the side
    Bartered 1, 1/2 racks for 4lbs of Whiskey Pulled Pork.
    Mama, son, and I went for our 2-mile walk.
    It was a bright sunny day in the neighborhood.
    I truly hope your weekend was just as fun if not more so.

    Happy Grilling to you.

    #2
    So when did PBR fit in with all of this?

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    • Attjack
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      Max Good I checked all the stores and unfortunately could not find Miller High Life Lite. I'll keep looking but I think it's probably a regional thing.

    • Attjack
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      https://i.imgur.com/cr8eTmQ.png

    • Max Good
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      I f you have a fav liquids store, ask them to bring some in for you. If you like PBR, as I do, I bet you'll go for MHLL!

    #3
    That’s a perfect example of why I love my pellet smoker too. So easy and reliable to produce great Q. Thx for sharing.

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      #4
      So true, I smoked a pork shoulder today in my charcoal vertical smoker and had to babysit it due to the weather. My first words when my wife asked how it was going was " I should have cooked it in the pellet grill". Love my pellet grill.

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        Originally posted by ComfortablyNumb View Post
        So when did PBR fit in with all of this?
        You just need to look more closely:

        7:30 rib prep with PBR
        9:20 pressed start on Pellet grill with PBR
        9:45 ribs on and smoking with PBR
        meeting time with PBR
        12:45 wrap ribs with PBR
        2:00 unwrapped and sauced with PBR
        2:45 ribs-b-done with PBR
        Potato Salad for the side with PBR
        Bartered 1, 1/2 racks for 4lbs of Whiskey Pulled Pork with PBR
        Mama, son, and I went for our 2-mile walk with PBR
        It was a bright sunny day in the neighborhood with PBR

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        • ComfortablyNumb
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          Thanks, these tired old eyes have trouble with fine print!

        • Rfhd69
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          Haaaaaaaa

        #6
        I do love my PP er.. pooper... um.. Camp Chef DLX24. Yeah, that's it.

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          #7
          Pellet grills are great. I tell all my friends that have no clue on how to manage a fire to buy one. I tell them their a step up from a easy bake oven. How can you go wrong - just plug and play.

          The guys (two of them) have been very happy with their purchases (Tragear & Rec Tec). Another friend, his wife bought him a 22” WSM, is a bit scared of it. His first smoke was a 26 lb turkey on Thanksgiving . Let’s just say it was a bit overwhelming.

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          • HawkerXP
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            26 lb for first attempt? Wow. Did any of them live?

          • TripleB
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            HawkerXP - Yes, they lived and nobody got sick. I saw a pic of of the turkey. It was as black as night.

          #8
          I love my pellet pooper, but my WSCG will do that too.

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          • glitchy
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            Other than start up time I agree, my WSCG is just as hands free and stable on temps once it’s going as any pellet grill I’ve had.

          #9
          If you want more smoke check out smoke daddy’s heavy D heat diffuser. It replaces the original. Put this 1 in it’s place and add wood to each side of the diffuser. Just got my new smoke daddy 1190 with it and it produces quite a bit of smoke.

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