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    I have yet to find anything that beats Montreal steak seasoning for beef. I use it lightly also and it compliments the beef.
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    New grill and I wanted to map out the heat zones. Learned a lot!

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    Whatcha got there? What kinda rig you get?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kbar View Post
    Whatcha got there? What kinda rig you get?
    Pellet grill. Camp Chef Woodwind SG with the side sear box.

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    As I type there's about 2 lbs of pork loin roast on it's way to becoming pulled pork. Just gave it its first spritz of apple juice.

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    Since the grill seems to run hot, at high temperatures at least, I put it on the top rack where my biscuit test showed temperatures were a little lower. I have one of my Inkbird wireless thermometer probes next to the grill controller's probe right now and the two seem to be tracking very closely. The 220° high smoke setting seems to fluctuate between ~212° and ~244°. A little hotter than I'd like but it doesn't stay at that high temp long.

    First actual cook on this grill/smoker. Expect a report in another 5 hours or so.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DanW View Post
    New grill and I wanted to map out the heat zones. Learned a lot!
    That is a fantastic idea!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bubber View Post
    That is a fantastic idea!
    Stumbled across it in a youtube video when I was doing research before I made the purchase. When I first saw the title (link>)"The First Cook on any new Smoker or Grill should be Biscuits", I thought, 'yeah, right!' Then I watched the video and couldn't agree more. That is a fantastic idea! So I did it.
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    It was time to replace the Kenmore after at least 10 years of service. I wanted bigger cart style wheels for rolling it in and out of the garage in the off season, and it had to have a side burner. I settled on a Broil King Monarch. Then I decided that was a little small, so I decided to move up the product line to the Signet. However the dealer didn’t have any left so they sold me this Sovereign for the same price.

    We broke it in on Sunday with some strip steaks and some scallops on the side burner. It turned out great, I had no complaints and no leftovers!







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    Nice grill CP

    I told my wife I am replacing our grill next spring, but we are looking at smaller ones, we rarely cook for more than just us, and that's only three now with Miranda in college. For the big stuff I always end up smoking something.
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    I’m glad I got the bigger grill. We were going to down size too with the Monarch. Once I’d decided on that though it seemed every time I turned around, I was loading up the one I had. Maybe the next one we’ll downsize.
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