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Discussion in 'California Flyway Forum' started by freefall, Mar 29, 2021.
Looks incredible, we’ll done.
Like real wood myself, but is not an exact science like these pellet grills. My buddy likes his komodo? or whatever its's called. A really expensive Big Green Egg pretty much, uses coal.
His is more consistent no doubt, but mine is more fun imo.
If your not going to use it a lot why spend the money??? I bought a small Z Grill works great so far. The smaller one doesn't have all the bells and whistles it's just a pellet grill that hold heat well.
I think I paid $300
Hard to beat pellets for just about everything except individual steaks, pork chops, burgers or dogs/sausages. Everything else, pellets win hands down. I’ve got the small traeger I use 90% of the time and a built in Lynx that mostly keeps my pellets dry. Good luck
You guys just had to post this , in the market also B&B those are some good looking grills
Weber kettle. Like the dr85 of bbqs.
Traeger all the way, ribs, chicken, turkey wings, Boston butt, burgers, deer shoulders, bear meat, ducks, Mac and cheese, corn, sweet potatoes, apple cobler, even bacon. Ain't nothing I've tried yet, that my traeger hasn't made better.
Look at rec tec better build and best customer service I have had one for 8 years still going strong
Went for the cheap
knock off. Been very happy with it. Great grill, and a nice smoker for anything but fish. Had it for a couple of years with no issues.