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      07-24-2020, 09:42 AM   #1365
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Nice pies! What did you cook them in?

I have not been able to spend much time with my beloved pizza oven this summer...August will be my time!
This. Put it on my BBQ and it work great!

My BBQ also has a built in smoker so I add wood and the smoke comes up through the pizza oven giving the slight wood fire pizza oven flavour. Cooks it in 2 minutes.
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      07-24-2020, 10:24 AM   #1366
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This. Put it on my BBQ and it work great!

My BBQ also has a built in smoker so I add wood and the smoke comes up through the pizza oven giving the slight wood fire pizza oven flavour. Cooks it in 2 minutes.
Thats pretty cool, I just cruised their website and the have one with a propane burner that you can also use as a grill. I may have to get one of 'away' from home use.
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      07-24-2020, 10:31 AM   #1367
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This. Put it on my BBQ and it work great!

My BBQ also has a built in smoker so I add wood and the smoke comes up through the pizza oven giving the slight wood fire pizza oven flavour. Cooks it in 2 minutes.
Thats pretty cool, I just cruised their website and the have one with a propane burner that you can also use as a grill. I may have to get one of 'away' from home use.
The prices are totally reasonable too. The basic one is like $100?!

I'd pay extra for the professional version. Sadly it's not available where I live but I tracked down a commercial version which is all stainless

Honestly it does a perfect job.
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      07-24-2020, 10:56 AM   #1368
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TXSTYLE I used the 3-2-1 method which, as I learned it, is 3 hours bare meat on the cooking rack, then 2 hours tightly wrapped in foil, then 1 hour in the roasting pan with no foil. Temp was a constant 225 deg F.
Great method. I use it many times a year for my multiple racks.
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      07-24-2020, 12:40 PM   #1369
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This. Put it on my BBQ and it work great!

My BBQ also has a built in smoker so I add wood and the smoke comes up through the pizza oven giving the slight wood fire pizza oven flavour. Cooks it in 2 minutes.
Wow this is awesome, I'm about ready to pull the trigger on one haha!
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      07-24-2020, 01:05 PM   #1370
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Wow this is awesome, I'm about ready to pull the trigger on one haha!
Same! I've never seen such a thing! I rarely eat pizza anymore, but now I want one of these.
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      07-24-2020, 01:07 PM   #1371
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Just be sure you have a three burner BBQ. Takes about 30 min to heat up. I can post a doe recipe if you want as well.

Place it in and keep turning every 20 seconds or so.

I made about 12 last Saturday along for a small gathering
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      07-24-2020, 02:29 PM   #1372
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electric smoker vs pellet

what smokers do you goes recommend? im between a electric smoker vs a pellet grill.
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      07-24-2020, 04:36 PM   #1373
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what smokers do you goes recommend? im between a electric smoker vs a pellet grill.
I have not used an electric smoker, I do have two treagers and I have used a vertical water smoker (basically a cabinet with a propane burner, cast iron smoke box and a bowl of water).

If there is a water tray I would guess the electric smoker is similar to the vertical (not 100% sure).

When done properly I think you get better quality out of the more 'traditional' smokers, however I think you get 90% of the quality for about 20% of the work with the pellet cookers.

I think pellet cookers are a great way to get started because they are so easy that you will actually use them, they are pretty versatile and can produce outstanding food.

Pellet cookers allow you to work on your recipe because the 'cook' is a very well controlled variable.

If you already have a grill an electric smoker could be a nice addition, if you are looking for an all in one (at least for now) the pellet cooker is pretty good.

I want a stick burner now, and I may build one.
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      07-24-2020, 09:48 PM   #1374
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why do i punish myself by coming in here when i'm hungry
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Never shop for food or browse food threads when hungry
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i have a nice grill

i think ill try out a vertical pellet smoker

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I have not used an electric smoker, I do have two treagers and I have used a vertical water smoker (basically a cabinet with a propane burner, cast iron smoke box and a bowl of water).

If there is a water tray I would guess the electric smoker is similar to the vertical (not 100% sure).

When done properly I think you get better quality out of the more 'traditional' smokers, however I think you get 90% of the quality for about 20% of the work with the pellet cookers.

I think pellet cookers are a great way to get started because they are so easy that you will actually use them, they are pretty versatile and can produce outstanding food.

Pellet cookers allow you to work on your recipe because the 'cook' is a very well controlled variable.

If you already have a grill an electric smoker could be a nice addition, if you are looking for an all in one (at least for now) the pellet cooker is pretty good.

I want a stick burner now, and I may build one.
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I have not used an electric smoker, I do have two treagers and I have used a vertical water smoker (basically a cabinet with a propane burner, cast iron smoke box and a bowl of water).

If there is a water tray I would guess the electric smoker is similar to the vertical (not 100% sure).

When done properly I think you get better quality out of the more 'traditional' smokers, however I think you get 90% of the quality for about 20% of the work with the pellet cookers.

I think pellet cookers are a great way to get started because they are so easy that you will actually use them, they are pretty versatile and can produce outstanding food.

Pellet cookers allow you to work on your recipe because the 'cook' is a very well controlled variable.

If you already have a grill an electric smoker could be a nice addition, if you are looking for an all in one (at least for now) the pellet cooker is pretty good.

I want a stick burner now, and I may build one.
This assessment is spot on.

I've always had Weber gas grills which I love, but I recently also bought a GMG Daniel Boone. I then bought the pizza oven accessory and holy crap this thing is a pizza CHAMPION. My very first run ever and the pizzas were perfect. Now I just have to work on the round shape, this isn't the GMG's fault.
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Reverse seared a ribeye last night. I tossed a small chunk of post oak in while it was cooking, it gave it a touch of smoke. I over cooked it a hair but it was damn good.

Untitled by Nick Wood, on Flickr

My wife tossed some cheddar biscuits together too. Pregnancy craving.

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i have a nice grill

i think ill try out a vertical pellet smoker

thank you
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This assessment is spot on.

I've always had Weber gas grills which I love, but I recently also bought a GMG Daniel Boone. I then bought the pizza oven accessory and holy crap this thing is a pizza CHAMPION. My very first run ever and the pizzas were perfect. Now I just have to work on the round shape, this isn't the GMG's fault.
Those look great! My first few pizzas were not exactly round, still delicious!
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you need to at least sear a little flavor into them
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Trying to get healthy again, I put on a few since the rona closed the gym. Grilled up a couple of BBQ chicken breasts last night. Just a light dusting of rub, applewood for smoke and brushed on some bbq sauce. Probably not healthy but it was tasty.

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Trying to get healthy again, I put on a few since the rona closed the gym. Grilled up a couple of BBQ chicken breasts last night. Just a light dusting of rub, applewood for smoke and brushed on some bbq sauce. Probably not healthy but it was tasty.
That is a healthy meal, if you scrutinize every little thing you'll go insane haha. If you eat 2 meals similar to that, limit snacking, a relatively healthy breakfast (my definition of healthy is broad, if it has a good protein source and you're not crushing pancakes/muffins/etc.) you'll be good. Big thing is just not gorging yourself on food, this is why Americans have a ridiculous obesity rate lol.
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Trying to get healthy again, I put on a few since the rona closed the gym. Grilled up a couple of BBQ chicken breasts last night. Just a light dusting of rub, applewood for smoke and brushed on some bbq sauce. Probably not healthy but it was tasty.
That is a healthy meal, if you scrutinize every little thing you'll go insane haha. If you eat 2 meals similar to that, limit snacking, a relatively healthy breakfast (my definition of healthy is broad, if it has a good protein source and you're not crushing pancakes/muffins/etc.) you'll be good. Big thing is just not gorging yourself on food, this is why Americans have a ridiculous obesity rate lol.
True. I should probably skip the cheddar biscuit though. Haha
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