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  • #61
    Originally posted by DirtyDuner View Post
    I have never been a "pellet smoker" person. I am not much of a cook anyways. We have always had a shitty little coleman grill we would throw in the Toyhauler. When I got rid of my WW and went to a Genesis though my underneath storage got cut in half. Rowley White had been working on a legit Traeger mount and theyve nailed it down pretty good. We use this thing every freaking trip now. Over labor day we did Bacon, I actually like cooking bacon now.

    Me too.
    I'm an avid BBQ/smoker. I started on a Weber Smokey Mountain (still love it), and then bought a stickburner (barrel smoker with firebox attached) - harder to control the temp, but amazing flavor with a smoke ring to die for. I just bought a Camp Chef Pellet Grill last week (specs).
    This thing is amazing. If nothing else, the ability to set a temp, and not have to babysit it.
    So far I've cooked chicken, and baby back ribs. Both excellent. If anything, maybe even better than my stick burner. A controlled temp makes for a more tender meat.

    upd: tender meat proofs added, as Saturdays dinner was delicious - so delicious, they were not serving photos made, sorry! I'm happy with results, m'lady is happy as well.
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    • #62
      Originally posted by patrick_d View Post

      Me too.
      I'm an avid BBQ/smoker. I started on a Weber Smokey Mountain (still love it), and then bought a stickburner (barrel smoker with firebox attached) - harder to control the temp, but amazing flavor with a smoke ring to die for. I just bought a Camp Chef Pellet Grill last week.
      This thing is amazing. If nothing else, the ability to set a temp, and not have to babysit it.
      So far I've cooked chicken, and baby back ribs. Both excellent. If anything, maybe even better than my stick burner. A controlled temp makes for a more tender meat.
      Still loving my Camp Chef too. I do want one of Rowley's mounts for a grill on the back of the trailer, but I think I'd prob do a conventional gas grill. Doing ribs and stuff like that camping is awesome, but can take too much tending when you're trying to ride. Sometimes I just want to knock out some burgers or something which just don't work great on pellet grill/smokers (even the Woodwind which allows you to move the heat deflector out of the way).

      -TJ

      "You can lead a horse to water... but you can't make it dune"

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