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    That looks mighty tasty
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    Quote Originally Posted by cudarunner View Post
    Guess what landed at my buddy Ski's place while I was out of town and I picked up earlier today ---------------------------Attachment 305878

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    Congrats Roy, I've been cooking/smoking on a pellet pooper for some time now, there was not a single thing I did not like that came off it.
    The latest were reverse seared pork chops. Here is the recipe: Videos: Reverse Seared Butterflied Pork Chop with Pan Sauce | The Sauce by All Things BBQ
    Also take a look at Lumber Jack Pellets and PelletHeads Pellets. Great variety and all natural wood. Don't subscribe to the Traeger marketing scam that you only have to purchase their pellets!
    Cheers Friend!

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    Thanks my friend,

    So far I've really been enjoying it. With that said, I can see ending up owning stock in some pellet manufacturing company And I fully understand the 'Marketing Hype' that goes with so many things. I can understand wanting to have people use your products to either use or maintain what was purchased from them. It just makes good business 'cents'.
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    Good Sale On Instant Read Probes at Thermoworks!

    http://marketing.thermoworks.com/pub...012f5a4420386c.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cudarunner View Post
    Good Sale On Instant Read Probes at Thermoworks!

    http://marketing.thermoworks.com/pub...012f5a4420386c.
    Thanks. I don’t know if I’ll bite but typically these are not cheap. 25% off is a big deal.

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    Roy have you looked into buying others pellets? I don’t buy traeger pellets, my go to is Pitt boss competition blend 40# bags when on sale, there are others out there you can get too, some in bulk, Lowe’s always has a sale on the 40# bags at this time of the year, I just picked up 6 bags they were 14.78 I believe.

    Now tommorow I go to my butcher to pick up my 2 briskets I ordered in prime and trimmed to my liking, 4 pork shoulders, 6 racks baby backs, and 10# of brats with jalapeńo and cheese, have to get those briskets and shoulders seasoned and back in the cooler wrapped in plastic to sweat. Midnight Sunday/ Monday I’ll get everything on the grills. Got all the kids and friends coming, and my grandson is in from Iraq, so big party. And Sunday morning a club poker run, I think this s a big weekend for me. Plus I came up with a drink all the girls like, gotta make a couple gallons!
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    Quote Originally Posted by OCDshaver View Post
    Thanks. I don’t know if I’ll bite but typically these are not cheap. 25% off is a big deal.
    I LOVE mine. I actually bought one for a friend a few months ago when they were 15% off.

    I use their 'Smoke' and I also Highly Recommend it.

    https://www.thermoworks.com/Smoke

    My neighbor bought the Craftsman knock off Traeger and while it has the plugins for probes his didn't come with them (the probes). They offered the Smoke at 15% off and I sent him the link but he wouldn't buy it as it wasn't 'Wi-Fi' hell it comes with a remote to tell you what the temps are and when they reach temp (an alarm sounds).

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    I have my probes on my phone.
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    Even better advise, " don't impede on a 850# Harley with me aboard, then I don't care what your driving, my 10 takes care of it"

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    Quote Originally Posted by tcrideshd View Post
    Roy have you looked into buying others pellets? I don’t buy traeger pellets, my go to is Pitt boss competition blend 40# bags when on sale, there are others out there you can get too, some in bulk, Lowe’s always has a sale on the 40# bags at this time of the year, I just picked up 6 bags they were 14.78 I believe.

    Now tommorow I go to my butcher to pick up my 2 briskets I ordered in prime and trimmed to my liking, 4 pork shoulders, 6 racks baby backs, and 10# of brats with jalapeńo and cheese, have to get those briskets and shoulders seasoned and back in the cooler wrapped in plastic to sweat. Midnight Sunday/ Monday I’ll get everything on the grills. Got all the kids and friends coming, and my grandson is in from Iraq, so big party. And Sunday morning a club poker run, I think this s a big weekend for me. Plus I came up with a drink all the girls like, gotta make a couple gallons!
    I was at WalMart the other day and found that they had 40lb Pit Boss Competition for about $13-$14 and was going to ask if that was a decent price. I won't actually buy them. I'll meet Ski there as he's from Oregon and is tax exempt. WA tax including local tax is almost 10% so it adds up.

    With that said, it sounds like a Wonderful Family Get Together. Especially with your grandson landing from Iraq
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    Jumped the gun:

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    Wife’s family is in town but is leaving Sunday so we decided to do a big dinner tonight. I tended the pit all last night then got up a 5 for work, it’s a good thing we have a 3 day weekend so I can recover.

    TC, thank your grandson for his service,for me. And thank you to those that served, and those who served and never made it home.

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