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New Member Introductions / New member
« Last post by Preich on Today at 04:12:32 PM »
As you can see we all have opinions about the grills we own (and you know what they say about opinions  :D). 

No one's goal is to "push" one grill or another, but rather to answer your questions and concerns that you've expressed, and to share what our experiences have been.

I personally own two different pellet grills and have cooked on a few others.  Each has it's own pros/cons, and there are reasons why they're priced where they are.

So keep asking questions, do your research (including Hub's articles), decide what's most important to you: quality, price, capacity, accessories, where it's made, customer support, etc.  Then you'll be better equipped to make the best decision for your wants/needs.

Cliff
Agreed, thanks!


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New Member Introductions / Re: New member
« Last post by TentHunteR on Today at 03:09:49 PM »
As you can see we all have opinions about the grills we own (and you know what they say about opinions  :D). 

No one's goal is to "push" one grill or another, but rather to answer your questions and concerns that you've expressed, and to share what our experiences have been.

I personally own two different pellet grills and have cooked on a few others.  Each has it's own pros/cons, and there are reasons why they're priced where they are.

So keep asking questions, do your research (including Hub's articles), decide what's most important to you: quality, price, capacity, accessories, where it's made, customer support, etc.  Then you'll be better equipped to make the best decision for your wants/needs.

Cliff

 



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Adrenaline Barbecue Co. / Re: Ok, Ok SnS it is
« Last post by tlg4942 on Today at 02:48:00 PM »
  Cool! I already got a tracking number...  :thumbup: 
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Adrenaline Barbecue Co. / Re: Ok, Ok SnS it is
« Last post by Subvet on Today at 02:36:46 PM »
Now you need to hover over a Drip n Grill for a few days.  :)
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Pit Barrel Cooker Co. / Re: What a day.
« Last post by tomcrete1 on Today at 01:24:55 PM »
Congrats on the PBC Smoke!  :thumbup: :thumbup:
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Tomcrete1 / Re: Fried Chicken on the Power Air Fryer XL
« Last post by tomcrete1 on Today at 01:20:31 PM »
What size parchment paper did you get?

9", from Amazon they call it steamer paper 9"
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Adrenaline Barbecue Co. / Re: Ok, Ok SnS it is
« Last post by HighOnSmoke on Today at 01:16:42 PM »
Congrats Terry! You are gonna love it!
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Big Easy (BEESR) and SRG Type cookers / Re: Pastrami in the BEESR
« Last post by TMB on Today at 12:50:32 PM »
Not much on Pastrami, but I'd sure give one a try :thumbup:
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Big Easy (BEESR) and SRG Type cookers / Pastrami in the BEESR
« Last post by flave6123 on Today at 12:08:51 PM »
I'm a bit late in getting around to posting this haha. Picked up a couple of corned beef briskets after St. Patties day because I had been waiting to try this for quite some time. I put the corned beef in cold water and let it sit in the fridge for about 24 changing the water twice hours to pull some of the salt out of it. After that, I used a little olive oil on the meat and rubbed it down using Hub's pastrami recipe (I'll link it below) wrapped it in plastic wrap and put it in the fridge overnight. Took about 4 hours using the 15-10-8 method, and I pulled it at about 180 internal. Probably could have pulled it at 170 as some of the smaller pieces got a little dry. The rest of it was tender and delicious! Started as a 3lb, probably cooked down to around 2lb, and was gone in less than a week!





Link to the recipe... https://sites.google.com/site/smokindonsprintablerecipes/ez-pastrami-2
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Adrenaline Barbecue Co. / Re: Ok, Ok SnS it is
« Last post by tlg4942 on Today at 12:07:06 PM »
 
   Hurry up and get it here! Let's go let's go!
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