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Thread: Blending oak, cherry, and apple?

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    Blending oak, cherry, and apple?

    Spent the whole day getting these three to blend together, turning out really nice.

    Shop dog (Audrey) was more than willing to help out.
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    now your gettin mean too!!! me with no cook, starvin, and you show up cookin on the grill
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    The meat and dog look nice, but I want details on the smoker. Is the firebox electric?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Vaughn McMillan View Post
    The meat and dog look nice, but I want details on the smoker. Is the firebox electric?
    It's a pellet cooker/smoker (see here). It can go from a cold start to about 800 degrees in 15 minutes and is a convection cooker, so can bake on it as well (smokey brownies anyone?).

    Many of the bbq teams are moving to using them as they are easy to control and very consistent in they way the cook. There is a wide variety of pellets for them (hickory, oak, cherry, pear, apple, etc...even garlic and onion).
    Darren

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    Vaughn, here is a link to the one we have. It is not just a smoker, but also a barbecue. www.traegergrills.com Traeger Grills are made in Oregon.

    This is the model we have, the Lil Tex. Larry should recognize it because we cooked his meal on this. These burn wood pellets similar to pellet stoves. My wife loves this thing.


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    Darren, where is the chimney on your model?

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    You ate the dog?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill Satko View Post
    Darren, where is the chimney on your model?
    No chimney, it's a Lousiana Grill/Smoker which has several 1" holes spaced evenly across the back to keep the venting even and temp consistent across the grid. Do you have the digital controller on yours? They've come out with a new digital for mine. I built the website for the guy that got mine from in trade for the smoker. He's needing some updates done, so looks like that new digital control will be showing up here soon.

    Quote Originally Posted by Frank Fusco View Post
    You ate the dog?
    Tastes like chicken!
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    Darren, your only 3hrs south of me and you have no snow on the ground! ...we just got 4" on top of the 8-9 that was on the ground and more on the way....I can't even see my grill, it's buried in snow!!

    That looks tasty and makes me want to dig the grill out.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jeff Bower View Post
    Darren, your only 3hrs south of me and you have no snow on the ground! ...we just got 4" on top of the 8-9 that was on the ground and more on the way....I can't even see my grill, it's buried in snow!!

    That looks tasty and makes me want to dig the grill out.
    Sounds like we'll be getting some today through tomorrow, expecting about 4".

    What is nice about the pellet grill/smoker is that I can load it up and walk away for several hours before I have to check on much of anything. As long as it sounds like a slot machine dropping coins every few seconds, all is well.
    Darren

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