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    New pellet smoker grill

    Long story short, Iím awaiting the delivery of a Green Mountain Grills Davy Crockett model. Itís a compact pellet smoker/ grill that runs on 12 volt power. Iíve done a little research and found a whole lot of people recommending it over the compact Traeger unit. Since Iím just venturing into the world of smoking and only cooking for myself or maybe one other person I didnít want to make a huge investment in a large unit right off the bat. This should allow me to get started and see what other features or functions I might want later on, but do yíall have any advice for a first timer with one of these pellet grills?
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    I don't know much about pellet grills, so I'll be following along. The model you got has WIFI, or is that optional?
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    I passed on ribs the last time I was at Applebee's because the InstaPot ribs are so great,,,

    I will be following along, as I would like to use a smoker,, but, I do not know what for??
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    Quote Originally Posted by CADplans View Post
    I passed on ribs the last time I was at Applebee's because the InstaPot ribs are so great,,,

    I will be following along, as I would like to use a smoker,, but, I do not know what for??
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    We have the GM Daniel Boone model with the wifi app, it works well. We had BBQ country style ribs tonight. Oh ya.
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    That's a nice looking pellet grill with a lot of features for the price!! And, it includes wifi and, apparently, a meat temperature probe? Nice!

    I read a couple of reviews and it says that this grill will hold THREE RACKS of baby backs. I think that I'm heading to Wyoming to finally meet Blake!
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    We own a Traeger at my place. Curiously enough, we seem to use it more often as an "oven", cooking stuff at high(er) heat, but it still adds a healthy amount of smoke flavour.



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    Quote Originally Posted by MDrew View Post
    Don't look at me. I use a 1960s red Weber Kettle.
    My red 1968 vintage model bit the dirt a couple years ago; the legs came loose and it collapsed. It was a lot thicker metal than the new ones, and I like the old-style bottom vents much better. Kept the top, and used it on the bottom of my new one.

    Couple of good BBQ/Smoker websites.


    https://eggheadforum.com/

    http://www.thesmokering.com/
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