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Old 01-12-2012, 10:39 AM   #1
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Pellet Grill

Is anyone on here cooking on a pellet grill? I just tried out our new Traeger Lil Tex Elite and was amazed how good the steaks taste & how fast it cooks. I haven't tried smoking anything yet but I have a turkey in the freezer I want to smoke.
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So how does that work? Is that those little compressed wood "hamburgers" that go into the bottom?
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Old 01-12-2012, 05:49 PM   #4
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The little hardwood pellets are automatically augered into a fire pot. The fans actually blow pretty hard making a lot of heat. Check out traegergrills.com
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They are pretty cool, I just got the same one for xmas. I have done venison jerky, a pork shoulder, pork loin,chicken , steak and pizzas on it they all have been great
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yup they are awsome. We take ours camping with us
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I just put my first brisket on the Traeger. 20 degrees f no wind, wish me luck!
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I just put my first brisket on the Traeger. 20 degrees f no wind, wish me luck!
That bad boy should be looking good right about now... needs me some BBQ! :lizard:
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Just checked the grill temp, 123 degrees F. I added water to my pan, man does that brisket have a good looking bark! The wind started gusting about 10 mph at daybreak and the sun is really shining, outside temp is 34 degrees F. The weather man predicts 60 this afternoon. I think I will check it with a meat thermometer about 11 am just to see how it's going. So excited!
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Come on guys...you are making me hungry!!!!
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