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This is a discussion on GearHead Kitchen Forum within the Almost Anything Goes forums, part of the Off - Topic / Discussion forums category; Originally Posted by 35th-ANV-SS We know, but it was too warm outside. Plus, my dad won't be able to get ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by 35th-ANV-SS View Post
    We know, but it was too warm outside. Plus, my dad won't be able to get back out there until Friday. Had to work following day.

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    it sucks when it goes down like that but it is what it is.

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    We've been eating more deer in prep for deer season the last week.

    Sunday - deer chili
    Last night - my son made Minestrone soup with a deer roast. OMG!!!!! It was awesome!!!



    Also did an inventory of the freezers - Only have 8 pks of deer steaks, 16 pks of deer burger, 1 lrg deer roast, 1 small deer roast. Boar -4 hams, 8 pks of ribs, 6 pks of breakfast sausage and some pork chops. Plus a shit ton of catfish.

    So why am I buying meat at the store again?

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    Quote Originally Posted by SMWS6TA View Post
    We've been eating more deer in prep for deer season the last week.

    Sunday - deer chili
    Last night - my son made Minestrone soup with a deer roast. OMG!!!!! It was awesome!!!



    Also did an inventory of the freezers - Only have 8 pks of deer steaks, 16 pks of deer burger, 1 lrg deer roast, 1 small deer roast. Boar -4 hams, 8 pks of ribs, 6 pks of breakfast sausage and some pork chops. Plus a shit ton of catfish.

    So why am I buying meat at the store again?
    your inventory sounds like what 0rion cooks on the weekends.

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    Had these last night.





    Wife just told me she pulled out a deer roast to make with goulash for tonight.

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    I wish I was able to kill hogs. People view them as nuisance animals but I can't wait for a huntable population up here. I look fwd to having tons of pork in the freezer. I still have alot of deer left. Buger is kinda low but I have tons of steaks. Need to get busy eating it before I start adding to the freezer.

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    OMG Deer goulash = AWESOME!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by SMWS6TA View Post
    OMG Deer goulash = AWESOME!!!!

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    Last's night dinner from the BBQ grill (first plate) teriyaki chicken with some BBQ baby-back ribs and summer slaw with a spoon full of my potato salad.

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    I'm at a friend's house this weekend. He has a food trailer so we did up a bunch of food for an event he has coming up. 12 pork butts and I tossed on a brisket for next weekend in PA. Cooking again today for another friend of ours who's doing a celebration of life thing for his mom who died a couple weeks ago. She said she didn't want a funeral...she wanted all of us to cook some food and drink beer. That's someone who knew us well haha
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    cooking food and drinking beer sounds cool just need a band to jam and you're all set.

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    Been addicted to my Pellet Grill I got around christmas time. Last night was bbq baked beans, corn on the cob and wings. I have found I use this grill multiple times a week and cook everything on it from regular grill meats to dips and veggies, pizzas, potato skins and one of the family favorites is smoked bacon these days.
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    Quote Originally Posted by hardtrailz View Post
    Been addicted to my Pellet Grill I got around christmas time. Last night was bbq baked beans, corn on the cob and wings. I have found I use this grill multiple times a week and cook everything on it from regular grill meats to dips and veggies, pizzas, potato skins and one of the family favorites is smoked bacon these days.
    I always wanted to check out one of those grills man, you like it? Does it stay hot for long like briquets is there any down falls to the grill?

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    I have a stick burner Texas Smoker, an LP grill, charcoal grill and the GMG pellet grill currently. Tried about every other outdoor cooking tool over the years and I love the pellet grill. I always said it was cheating cause it was too easy, but with 4 kids and having someone basically give me it brand new for work i did...I am so glad I did end up with one.

    You can smoke for 12-18 hours at a constant temperature or you can crank it up and grill at 450. So far I see no downfalls. the pellets cost more than the free apple n hickory wood I get for the stick burner, but not terribly different than my LP costs for similar style cooking. I just 35 20 lb bags of pellets for 5 bucks a bag cause they are typically 8.99 and they should last me a real long time. I even gave a few bags to buddies already to try different wood flavors.

    Only downfall I see is cost of buying one and that you need electric. But even campsites have electric unless backcountry stuff and I would not take a grill for that anyway.

    I had two couples we know come over when I made dinner and both now own one.

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    We were using a traeger timberline 1300 last weekend. Expensive damn grill and very convenient but I still prefer my Texas smokers. I can get better smoke with those that he does with the traeger. It was pretty damn nice to set the temp and just go to bed and let them roll all night. That alone would make me look seriously at one...but not a $2000 version. I could see me starting stuff on my Texas box and moving it over to the traeger about bed time haha

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    I have used the stick burner once in 6 months and dont miss it at all. My GMG Daniel Boone is about $500. Does all I could ask for. The ability to smoke then reverse sear on a pellet is great advantage to me. I love getting some smoke into things then cranking it up for that grilled finish.

    I actually stayed away from the pellet for a good while cause part of my favorite of smoking meat was the feeding and caring for the fire and maintaining temp. i loved those 12 hours hanging out drinking some beers and "cooking". Now I just get spoiled with the set n forget. I can get easily as much smoke from pellets as stick, but it depends on the pellets you use and temps. I smoke at lower temp w pellets, plus I have 6 or 7 types of wood and flavors depending on the menu.

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