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    Traeger Pellet BBQ

    2 WORDS: GET ONE!.. they are made in texas and are high quality not the chinese chit. they run on pellets and make the best food! I eat the best steaks in my entire life off of this bbq. totally worth the money!
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    Re: Traeger Pellet BBQ

    Quote Originally Posted by clint/KTM/16 View Post
    2 WORDS: GET ONE!.. they are made in texas and are high quality not the chinese chit. they run on pellets and make the best food! I eat the best steaks in my entire life off of this bbq. totally worth the money!
    My father-in-law is a dealer in Sask. for these units. I got one a few weeks ago and love it. They are not cheap but are well worth the money. Have not had a bad meal off of one ever.
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    Re: Traeger Pellet BBQ

    Quote Originally Posted by brew_doo View Post
    My father-in-law is a dealer in Sask. for these units. I got one a few weeks ago and love it. They are not cheap but are well worth the money. Have not had a bad meal off of one ever.
    Yeah same everything you cook on this bbq is awesome, did perogies and sausage last night. delicious!
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    Re: Traeger Pellet BBQ

    Quote Originally Posted by clint/KTM/16 View Post
    2 WORDS: GET ONE!.. they are made in texas and are high quality not the chinese chit. they run on pellets and make the best food! I eat the best steaks in my entire life off of this bbq. totally worth the money!
    Isnt traeger a smoker? What type of pellets do you use.

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    Re: Traeger Pellet BBQ

    Quote Originally Posted by Al "ley Cat" View Post
    Isnt traeger a smoker? What type of pellets do you use.
    They are smokers and I have only used their own brand of pellets so far. Hickory and mesquite are the ones I have tried so far. I made jerky with some old beef & bison roasts a few weeks ago and wow is it good. Only took two hours to smoke 4 pounds of meat and its not your normal dried out jerky. Always great flavour when cooking with the Traeger.
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    Re: Traeger Pellet BBQ

    Quote Originally Posted by brew_doo View Post
    They are smokers and I have only used their own brand of pellets so far. Hickory and mesquite are the ones I have tried so far. I made jerky with some old beef & bison roasts a few weeks ago and wow is it good. Only took two hours to smoke 4 pounds of meat and its not your normal dried out jerky. Always great flavour when cooking with the Traeger.
    they are OK....if the wind blows at all they have a hard time generating enough heat to cook a steak without cooking the crap out of it...they are OK for things that cook slow, salmon, smoked foods...not great as a hot barbecue they just dont generate enough BTU's....the pullets run out fast and you are always buying those bags at 15 bucks a piece..I wouldn't buy another one..
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    Re: Traeger Pellet BBQ

    better be good, as they sound like they can be a major P I T Azz otherwise.

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    Re: Traeger Pellet BBQ

    Quote Originally Posted by Dobir View Post
    they are OK....if the wind blows at all they have a hard time generating enough heat to cook a steak without cooking the crap out of it...they are OK for things that cook slow, salmon, smoked foods...not great as a hot barbecue they just dont generate enough BTU's....the pullets run out fast and you are always buying those bags at 15 bucks a piece..I wouldn't buy another one..
    that's why you don't use a smoker for grilling.
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    Re: Traeger Pellet BBQ

    Quote Originally Posted by Dobir View Post
    they are OK....if the wind blows at all they have a hard time generating enough heat to cook a steak without cooking the crap out of it...they are OK for things that cook slow, salmon, smoked foods...not great as a hot barbecue they just dont generate enough BTU's....the pullets run out fast and you are always buying those bags at 15 bucks a piece..I wouldn't buy another one..
    Really well on friday the wind just a howlin away and we cooked steak and it was tender as always. we also made a roast and it was so moist I can't even explain. anyway yeah I agree they do use alot of pellets. but I still think its worth it.
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    Re: Traeger Pellet BBQ

    Quote Originally Posted by Al "ley Cat" View Post
    Isnt traeger a smoker? What type of pellets do you use.
    Yeah its kind of a combo of a smoker and a bbq. we use the traeger pellets as well
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