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04-24-2015 02:02 PM
Wally66
Fatty

I have the new smoker doing the initial smoke right now. Just got back from the store where I bought some Jimmy Dean sausage and have some bacon too. I will be doing some cooking per your suggestions. How fun is that??? I will let you know how it turns out. Your welcome too stop over too.... On the Canadian Border in MN.
04-24-2015 10:53 AM
Reels I think you should make a naked fatty, bacon, and a bacon wrapped fatty and invite us over!
04-24-2015 10:42 AM
Wally66
Bacon Fatty

So what I am hearing here is that I should wrap the Fattie in Bacon.... lol Great idea. Glad I am on this site.... Thanks
04-24-2015 10:18 AM
rwl
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My GMG Daniel Boone should be delivered to my house in about an hour. I am pumped. Will do the initial burn and then I need to think of what to cook first. Tough decision.

Bacon, absolutely make bacon first. That will season the grill, get it a little greasy, smoky and make everything taste awesome from here out. Then get your butcher on speed dial, cause you will need it.
04-24-2015 10:01 AM
Wally66
Fatty

WOW!! What a great Fattie tutorial. I will be heading into town for some Jimmy Dean. Thanks for the tip.
04-24-2015 10:00 AM
Reels Yep, I just slice them into pucks. My wife has chopped them and put in her breakfast casserole.


I pick up a bunch when on sale, and freeze most after smoking them. Easy to pull out the night before for breakfast.

Another thing I like to do on a new smoker is get a roll of pillsbury biscuits and place in the corners, ends and middle to learn where if any hot spots are and heck, who doesn't like a warm biscuit with butter?
04-24-2015 09:56 AM
Wally66
Fatties

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I always like breaking in new smokers by smoking some fatties.

http://www.bbq-brethren.com/forum/sh...d.php?t=140058
Now that is a great idea. Thanks Reels I have never actually done one. Do you slice it for sandwichs then?
04-24-2015 09:53 AM
Reels I always like breaking in new smokers by smoking some fatties.

http://www.bbq-brethren.com/forum/sh...d.php?t=140058
04-24-2015 09:51 AM
Wally66
Daniel Boone

My GMG Daniel Boone should be delivered to my house in about an hour. I am pumped. Will do the initial burn and then I need to think of what to cook first. Tough decision.
04-24-2015 07:35 AM
Wally66
Good read for pellet grill owners

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They may have worked fine. A few things to consider.

There is a reason that the cooking pellets cost significantly more, and there is much debate by some trying to save $15 bucks a bag. (Google heating pellets verses cooking pellets.) I understand that. However heating pellets are not made with food grade dies, lubricants to get them through the dies, holding bins, etc. Risking the health of family and friends does not seem worth saving a few bucks for me.

On another note, welcome to walleye central!
This says it all. Lot of great info here about the myths of wood pellets. http://seriousbirder.com/blogs/what-...-wood-pellets/
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