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    Default Favorite thing to cook on pellet grill

    I just bought a Z grill and am curious what your favorite thing is to cook on a pellet grill. There as so many great things to choose from. I am definatley going to try the Mac n Cheese sometime soon.
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    I cant think of anything bad to cook on mine. But I'm sure you can fuck up anything.

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    Food
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    Ribs are one of my favorite.

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    Shoulders and hams from smaller pigs. I run them at 250 until they hit 195 or so. Takes about five hours.

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    Who buys a grill to cook pasta? The frick?

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    Maybe Duckcutter can chime in here. He seems to have quite the opinion on the topic here lately.

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    It's not a grill, Jab. It's an oven.
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    Quote Originally Posted by adamb61085 View Post
    Maybe Duckcutter can chime in here. He seems to have quite the opinion on the topic here lately.
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    Ask your husband what he wants for dinner?

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    WTF has this come to>Lazy fucks is what it is. Put the macandcheese in the oven
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    I make a peach cobbler in mine that is always a hit.

    Chicken wings
    Chicken thighs
    Ribs
    Whole beef tenderloin
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    Bacon….. apply some pepper and brown sugar and try to burn it.

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    Dehydrated water.

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    Reverse sear ribeye
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    Meatloaf

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    Butts, leg quarters, and speckled trout fillets for a fish dip.

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    Smoke a pizza, thank me later.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheVisorGuy View Post
    I make a peach cobbler in mine that is always a hit.

    Chicken wings
    Chicken thighs
    Ribs
    Whole beef tenderloin
    after you eat all that, what do you serve the kids?

    Lab--i'd start by marinating your man card then smoke it low and slow...over your electric pellet thingie....
    Ugh. Stupid people piss me off.

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