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Almost there. Just a small 8lb bone in ham for me and the wife.

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Gonna be 108F today so started late at 8am today.


Calling it done.
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What everyones "go to" pellets of choice? Hickory, pecan, mesquite, apple or otherwise. I usually use a blend of hickory mesquite & oak
Hi Jeff,

Since I am now an artist working in mesquite, I have tons of scraps of wood that I use to grill food for a unique taste.... I am not a grill master and do not strive to be one but folks at dinner parties are questing why grill smoke is different and they love the taste of Mesquite grilled meat!

best,
Phil
 

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I like hickory and oak blend.
Pecan tree and sassafras are good for smoking too. Guava works well also, which is what I have to use here.
 

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Hi Jeff,

Since I am now an artist working in mesquite, I have tons of scraps of wood that I use to grill food for a unique taste.... I am not a grill master and do not strive to be one but folks at dinner parties are questing why grill smoke is different and they love the taste of Mesquite grilled meat!

best,
Phil
When I lived in the California and Arizona desert, we grilled exclusively with mesquite, mostly fallen deadwood. There’s nothing like it. I hate paying for it at the store now, but we do what we must :)
 

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I smoke regularly on my weber kettle. my favorite thing in the world to cook in. depending on the meat, i use local oak, local australian pine, and local acacia. ive also done all wood cooks in my brick pizza oven. ribs in there come out amazing.

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Looking at all these food pictures is making me hungry. :) :) This is an older picture , but the BGE is still going strong.


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I grilled two turkeys this morning on my pellet smoker. One for a co-worker & one for us. I tried out the brining method that so many talked about. I’ll give ya’ll my impression once we eat. It sure smells good!
 
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