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  1. #1

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    Favorite grill type

    Pellet, wood, charcoal brickett, or gas


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    I've used them all, my favorite so far is the pellet. It's a pitboss 820. Second favorite is some cement blocks with a grill grate tossed on top


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    I like the Kamado style grill. I have an Egg and a new Vision should arrive today.



    Last edited by TracyG; 07-24-2018 at 11:23 AM.
    Get into reloading to save money they said.... ....

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    I have them all. I find myself using the charcoal grill, and offset smoker the most.


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    Gas/wood cabinet smoker works good too.


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    I have a propane grill, propane smoker that uses wood chips, and a pitboss pellet grill. They each have their purpose and depending on what I am cooking depends on which one I use.


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    Depends what you are cooking


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    This just got delivered to my house and I am stuck at work. Kinda like getting a Wes delivery and not being able to go home...

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    Get into reloading to save money they said.... ....

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    I love the taste of smoked food but am always in too much of a hurry to fire up the smoker and babysit it for 3+ hours. I removed one grate and flavor bar from my gas grill and keep a cast iron box on the burner with some wood in it at all times no matter what I'm cooking. Obviously not the deep taste of a real smoker but it is noticeable.

    Just don't tell my wife how much any of this really costs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kingrich09 View Post
    I love the taste of smoked food but am always in too much of a hurry to fire up the smoker and babysit it for 3+ hours. I removed one grate and flavor bar from my gas grill and keep a cast iron box on the burner with some wood in it at all times no matter what I'm cooking. Obviously not the deep taste of a real smoker but it is noticeable.
    I suggest a reverse sear on a good steak. 20 minutes smoking and then a high heat sear. Plenty of flavor. If you want more smoke just add more wood. Also makes it easy to get the perfect cook by starting slow and finishing hot.

    Get into reloading to save money they said.... ....

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