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    Can't wait! he's bringing it over today! Glad it's a decent one, I'm gonna keep the regular grill for steaks etc.

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    I doubt you will need that grill as the Traeger comes with a grill, no?
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    maybe I shoulda gone with this smoker for easy transportation?
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    First attempt! Cooling off now..

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    So good!! I have a few tweaks to make next time but these are the best ribs I have ever made. The sweetness of (fresh juiced) apple juice, honey, brown sugar and BBQ sauce along with the heat of a little cayenne was awesome. The pellet smoker performed perfectly and is so easy to deal with (Plug in, turn on the switch).

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    Smoked a filet mignon roast for my birthday. Used my daughter's rub and stored it overnight in the fridge. Used Jack Daniel's chips and mesquite charcoal in a brand new smoker. Came out perfect despite the several rounds of Jim Beam Black...Hey, it was my birthday

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    Did a tri tip for a picnic.

    The bark looks way darker in this photo than it was. Looks burnt here, but it wasn't. Got a decent smoke ring for a piece of meat cooked to medium

    Was an odd cook. Results were good but process had some surprises along the way. Had a big carryover cooking effect after I pulled from grill. Pulled at 130 at thickest point and internal went up to 135.

    Next week: chicken and ribs for friends. Should be fun.
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    Wake and Bake!!! Got the Beef Palace tri-tip on and ready to smell the smoke for 4 or 5 hours. Gonna finish it off with a sear on the grill or cast iron skillet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rinkrat View Post


    So good!! I have a few tweaks to make next time but these are the best ribs I have ever made. The sweetness of (fresh juiced) apple juice, honey, brown sugar and BBQ sauce along with the heat of a little cayenne was awesome. The pellet smoker performed perfectly and is so easy to deal with (Plug in, turn on the switch).
    Looks great for your first smoke
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    Wow, the recipe said set to smoke for 5 hours. I checked the IT after 2 1/2 hours and it was 140 so I pulled it, let it rest and cut it up.

    (Phone pic not so good) The smokey taste is awesome!

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