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Old 04-30-2011, 10:26 PM   #126
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No I got the same one you did. Any reason you didn't use the oem meat probe and opted for an external? They are discontinuing traeger due to politics.
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Old 04-30-2011, 11:16 PM   #127
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Oh sorry thought rods just carried traegrrs never knew they carry gmg now

I used the a remote temp gauge it's easier to monitor temps without being right there
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Old 05-20-2011, 08:51 PM   #128
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Did you change anything about the brisket recipe that came in the manual? It's like a 20 hour cook lol!

All you EI guys start posting up those indian bbq recipes already@!
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Old 05-21-2011, 08:36 AM   #129
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im doing a brisket right now actually started at 730PM yesterday so 13 hours in

i started with a 10lb packer so i'm aiming for 16-17 hour smoke

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Old 05-21-2011, 10:15 AM   #130
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Did you stick with the recipe in the manual? Let me know how it turns out.... From the way you sliced in your first pic it looks like brisket...
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Old 05-21-2011, 11:43 AM   #131
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will let you know its at 190F right now, going to take it off the smoker at 12 and let it rest for a while

Not really a fan of the stuff in the manual unless its for troubleshooting which i had to use yesterday when i forgot to fill up the hopper with pellets and had to charge the firebox in the middle of the cook doh!

google bentleys brisket instructions, basically i followed that and
http://www.amazingribs.com/recipes/b...s_brisket.html
this site as well used their rub recipe
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Old 05-21-2011, 01:27 PM   #132
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I'm actually really tempted to get one of those Bradley smoker's instead of using my BBQ. I sell them at work and can get them at cost.
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the puck smokers? lotsa people use them, whole forum dedicated to them!

results from my brisket smoke today



cutting into the point, took it off the grill at 11:30am, so 16 hour smoke for a 10lb packer, reached 191F internal


cutting the point portion of the brisket, was going to make burnt ends with it but damn it was so damn moist just eating it normally, 2nd time doing brisket, first time doing it on the pellet smoker and it turned out perfect!
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Old 05-22-2011, 10:15 AM   #134
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Did one full hopper last u the brisket? Or did u have to top it up.
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wasn't too sure, i doubt one hopper will, especially for a 16 hour smoke, in the summer it might but it was raining, cooler and windy
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Old 05-28-2011, 10:15 AM   #136
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I just did a 5lb brisket that made me the hit of the potluck group, but I was looking around for dif wood flavor pellets and only traegar from the bbq store seemed to have diff types. I could have sworn I saw another brand at walmart have you tried anywhere else?
I'm also having rods order me a thermal blanket for 96$ hopefully that'll help with pellet usage as I ran low about 4 hours in with a full hopper.
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Just did a 11lb packer brisket on saturday along with a 9lb pork butt, the brisket was a strange cut as it was thin and long, the point was narrow as well...personally I would have chosen another cut but my buddy picked up the brisket for me, took 14 hours at 230F WAY faster then I anticipated!

picture of the brisket, have about 2 lbs leftover


what were your grate temperatures, I had a big variance of about 30F from my left and right side caused by the wind.

I filled up my hopper at 12am and I had bout 40% of it leftover when I was done at 2PM, btw the thermal blankets aren't going to be in until October, I got in on the winter promotion and GMG still owes me the thermal blanket, doesn't cost me a thing only have to go to point roberts to pick it up! No I wont bother with any pellets actually, like i thought before I would really want to experiment with different pellets, but I wont bother, I like the price of the GMG pellets, still get it cheaper from my dealer. I really doubt walmart would sell pellets, maybe in the states, see if there are any fast eddy dealers in Vancouver, they do have different pellets.
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dam i want too try brisket...we need more southwest bbq restaurants in van.
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I got a beyond crazy deal on a Bradley digital smoker from my work. Once I get it in I will make a smoker thread cause I found a wicked site with awesome receipe's.
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Fired up the bbq a couple of days ago.
Basic soy ribs


Basic soy marinade with ginger juice.
Skin was crispy but full of juice on the inside


Grilled zucchini. I kept it under the chicken wing hoping to catch some flavorful juice. Made it too wet... but never the less, it was super sweet
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My last brisket was at T&T on special.
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just grilled some romaine tomato and cheddar smokies as a late night snack.

I heard adding parmesan cheese is very good, but I don't get how it is added. Wouldn't the cheese fall right off when you put the tomato's face down?
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I shop here. This place is great. Ginger and garlic chicken is so good.
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Old 06-20-2011, 08:22 PM   #144
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Beer Can Chicken with smoked mac and cheese. Both smoked with Crown Royal and JD smoking chips. Mac and cheese had cheddar, jalapano havarti, smoked Gouda and spicey sausages.


Garlic roast with a different spin on mac and cheese, added spicey ground beef this time



Some surf and turf


Not sure if this counts as BBQ
Salt block prawns


Day after a BBQ party i had (wings, sausages, prawns, and chicken breast)
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Such a nice sunny day I decided to grill Sockeye Salmon stuffed with Alaskan King Crab. Dammm it was good.

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I'm looking at all these pictures, its 11:20pm, I'm frigging craving for BBQ now
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I'm looking at all these pictures, its 11:20pm, I'm frigging craving for BBQ now
Only really one thing to say about that

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I take it thats a premade patty? If u made it yourself i'd like the recipe
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Ya a premade patty from Safeway. They were actually pretty decent and I have never bought seafood from Safeway before. They actually seem failry easy to make tho.
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Woooo! I bought my very first barbeque. Weber Q120. Only me and my wife, so didn't need a big one. Will try it out this weekend
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