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wanderingaimlessly

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Posted: 03/13/20 03:25pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Just got a new toy, seems well made, have a pork roast on it now to test it.
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Got it from Amazon, about 30-35 lbs, has a latch to hold it closed when not in use, will be a permanent addition to my load out.
smoker/grill

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Posted: 03/13/20 03:27pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

The smoker drawer is a nice touch.


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Have mesquite chips in it now, and a mix of Cajun and mesquite and SW spices on the roast.
Still a newby, just learning how to use this.

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Posted: 03/13/20 03:51pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

When’s dinner? What can I bring?


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Posted: 03/13/20 04:38pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Kewl, looking good..
I put it on the Amazon Wish list...
like the 'Smoker' option an the side trays..
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Just had the pork, it came out great, and the grids, which are porcelain covered , cleaned very easily.

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I have one of these, but without the side shelves. I added big black handles to each side to make it easier to carry. I use it when camping but also use it at home sometimes. Excellent smoker and bbq grill. Love the 3 separate burner controls plus the top rack. I bought the adapter to use the 1lb propane bottles which work great on this unit also.

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I have one of those and they work great. Nice to be able to turn one burner off and cook long term on indirect. Also, in many cases you can turn off both burners and just leave the smoker tray going and keep the temp above that "all important 185 degrees". The manufacturer doesn't "mark" adjustments on the smoker tray. It is assumed you turn the smoker tray to "full on". However, if you take the tray out an peer in there, you can carefully turn it down to lengthen the duration of your smoking chips. This is real nice, very adjustable unit.


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So, curious, how does it hold to temps...

I currently have a CharBroil and while it'll get up to some 550F according to the hood gauge, but when putting something in there it drops to around 350F and won't go any higher, not that I really need to, but the temp regulator doesn't seem to control the temp that much.
It's either on or off...

So wondering how this sticks to temp settings..
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Posted: 03/18/20 02:48pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Looks good!


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