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Re: Pellet Smoker/Grill Advice
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12/11/2008
From Eagan
Posts: 208
Hands down, i highly recommend having an A-Maze-n tray or tube smoker as a tool in your toolbox. Todd is a great guy who fully stands behind his products and man do they provide an amazing clean smoke to any smoker. They are just down the road from me and i cant say enough great things about the way they treat their customers. I mean he puts his cell phone # all over the web and encourages people to call him day or night if they have any troubles or just need some help/suggestions.

Posted on: 4/7 9:38:13
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Re: Pellet Smoker/Grill Advice
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From Park Rapids
Posts: 191
I have a pit boss as well. got it at menards. if you wait until they go on sale, you can get it for under 400 bucks. it cooks everything great. I have learned to cook low and slow and it really pays off. you can crank it up if you want to get something done fast as well.

Posted on: 4/7 11:36:24
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Re: Pellet Smoker/Grill Advice
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01/23/2009
Posts: 238
I just ordered the Traeger Pro Series 22, hope to be cooking like Reinhard by the end of next week!

Posted on: 4/7 13:22:42
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Re: Pellet Smoker/Grill Advice
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Shackrat, Good purchase and your going to be 100 percent satisfied with it. I have already learned some good secrets about how to smoke than turn temp up to desired temp of the meat your cooking.......Kirk

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Re: Pellet Smoker/Grill Advice
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12/13/2008
Posts: 51
A few more things I noticed/learned;

When you use a thermometer everything is much better... we were cooking the crap out of everything previously. In one of my pics you can see a wireless thermometer that brand is cheap but if you are real careful it works ok.

Make sure you spend some time on the smoking forums to learn about food safety. I made jerky forever and never worried much about it but these bigger roasts and low and slow smokes need more attention to safety.

Posted on: 4/7 17:36:16
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Re: Pellet Smoker/Grill Advice
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10/20/2015
Posts: 270
Quote:

pclark wrote:
A few more things I noticed/learned;

When you use a thermometer everything is much better... we were cooking the crap out of everything previously. In one of my pics you can see a wireless thermometer that brand is cheap but if you are real careful it works ok.

Make sure you spend some time on the smoking forums to learn about food safety. I made jerky forever and never worried much about it but these bigger roasts and low and slow smokes need more attention to safety.

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Ya you just cant bbq/smoke without a thermometer I would suggest a maverick digital thermometer and a thermapen

Posted on: 4/7 23:45:22
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Re: Pellet Smoker/Grill Advice
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11/24/2005
From Mora - Knife lake
Posts: 1306
Heads up for those looking for a cheaper pellet grill. Mills fleet has them for $300 this week.

Posted on: 4/9 17:50:55
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