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Re: Question for the BBQ experts
michael_d #413301 07/08/15 03:27 AM
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Hey Mark, my state is cool with herb now.... Lots of things to take pictures of too...

My buddy just smoked some blue cheese. I haven't tried it yet. Kinda scared to.

I absolutely love a slow smoke cooked brisket. Probably my favorite read meat.

Another friend smoked an elk tenderloin a couple weeks ago.... Man that thing was good.



Ya, I gotta get one. I'm making myself hungry.



That chit is really hard to lite.


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Re: Question for the BBQ experts
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Anyone I've talked to that uses a pellet smoker really likes them. I never ate anything from one but they get good reviews. You have to watch the cost of the fuel, some report it can get expensive.

For ease of use a Weber Smokey Mountain is one of the most popular smokers around. I use one and can smoke large pieces up to 12 to 14 hours with just one load of charcoal using the minion method.

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Re: Question for the BBQ experts
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fredk #413323 07/08/15 06:53 PM
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Rick ALWAYS shows up when there's talk of BBQ, Grillin' or smokin'.

We need to keep this thread alive just to keep him around! smile


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Re: Question for the BBQ experts
Gr8_White_North #413333 07/08/15 10:12 PM
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Originally Posted By Socketman
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That chit is really hard to lite.

Crumble and snort. Much easier.


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Re: Question for the BBQ experts
Wid #413334 07/08/15 10:19 PM
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Originally Posted By Wid
Anyone I've talked to that uses a pellet smoker really likes them. I never ate anything from one but they get good reviews. You have to watch the cost of the fuel, some report it can get expensive.

For ease of use a Weber Smokey Mountain is one of the most popular smokers around. I use one and can smoke large pieces up to 12 to 14 hours with just one load of charcoal using the minion method.

Hey Rick. I was hoping you would comment.

Hmm, the last time I looked at the Weber it was quite pricey. I see they have a smaller model now that might actually work for me. Still, it's not quite as versatile as the GMG tailgater.

I did look into the cost of pellets. I see it is going to be more expensive than charcoal, but I'm probably not going to do a lot of big smokes where you burn through a lot of pellets.

It does give me something to think about though.


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Re: Question for the BBQ experts
fredk #413335 07/08/15 11:37 PM
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Howdy fellas

If I were going to look at a low cost and easy way to Q I would have to consider an electric like the Masterbuilt units. A friend on mine has one and he puts out some good product with it.


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I see you are wanting to grill with it too, might not want the electric then.


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Re: Question for the BBQ experts
fredk #413340 07/09/15 12:17 AM
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So am I to understand that you guys don't just microwave your steaks the way I do?

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Re: Question for the BBQ experts
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Microwave?!

Arent ya supposed to boil them in ketchup? grin

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