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Old January 19th, 2014, 05:17 PM
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Ribs tonight. Never cooked ribs before, but I'm sure the Primo won't let me down.


Nice.

...and I remember your Camel Trophy grill.

How much does the Primo weigh?
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Old January 19th, 2014, 05:28 PM
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Nice.

...and I remember your Camel Trophy grill.

How much does the Primo weigh?
That thing was awesome! It got stolen from a friends apartment in The Fan.

The Primo XL weights about 250lbs. It was probably pretty funny for my neighbours to watch me and my friend move it from my defender to the back deck.
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Old January 19th, 2014, 06:14 PM
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Smoking 4 4.5lbs bone in pork butts, 2 whole chickens. Using peach wood and a lot of whiskey! The whiskey is for me!
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I think they turned out great for my first time! The meat was falling off the bone when I picked the rack up with tongs. I would probably use less honey next time, but they were still awesome.

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I think they turned out great for my first time! The meat was falling off the bone when I picked the rack up with tongs. I would probably use less honey next time, but they were still awesome.
What time are we eating?
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Old January 24th, 2014, 09:32 PM
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What should I grill this weekend?
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Old January 29th, 2014, 07:02 AM
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Hopefully I'll be grilling some fish soon. I got these grilling planks for $8. Two in a pack and you can use them 3 times. I'm thinking some bacon wrapped cod is in order.

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Do you have an Egg? Edit
I looked back and saw you have a Primo. How is that working?
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man....I looked back a few posts - Jimmy has nice knifes too - I love my Globals - my mother in law bought me the millenium edition one (2000) and it soon became my fav. I think they are simply the best knifes for a cook!

Love the look of that wrapped chicken - gotta try that soon...
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Ribs tonight. Never cooked ribs before, but I'm sure the Primo won't let me down.



Is that coming up North with you?
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Do you have an Egg? Edit
I looked back and saw you have a Primo. How is that working?
The Primo is awesome. I use it in place of my oven for most things. My girlfriend is vegetarian so we cook a lot of veggies too.

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Is that coming up North with you?
I think it should work well in a Manhattan apartment, and I heard cooking with charcoal indoors works well too.

Its actually not mine, its just at my house. My buddy works at a high end hearth and patio shop that sells them, so he got that complete ($2,400) setup for around $800. He lives in an apartment, but keeps it at my house. If we ever move back to Richmond (I'll be renting my house out if we move), I will definitely buy a Primo or BGE.
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So Paul.....when do we eat? Looks great....
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On my way over.

My dinner last night looks pretty weak compared to that!

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I was going back and forth between a BGE and a wood pellet smoker/cooker. I bought a Traeger last week (Costco roadshow) and holy crap, it is amazing. 5 meals cooked including 30 pounds of smoked brisket and I am in love with the thing. I went with it due to the fact that I dislike getting charcoal started and dealing with the mess afterwards. I clean up the Traeger with my shop vac and a wet paper towel.

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I was going back and forth between a BGE and a wood pellet smoker/cooker. I bought a Traeger last week (Costco roadshow) and holy crap, it is amazing. 5 meals cooked including 30 pounds of smoked brisket and I am in love with the thing. I went with it due to the fact that I dislike getting charcoal started and dealing with the mess afterwards. I clean up the Traeger with my shop vac and a wet paper towel.

Traeger Grills



What are you going to do with 30 lbs of brisket? That's a lot of meat! That looks like a bad ass grill.

I don't have any complaints with the charcoal on the Primo. I light it and let it warm up while I prepare the food, which probably takes 20 min or so. It only needs to be cleaned out every 15 uses and you can reuse the charcoal.
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Damn that looks good! Definitely not helpful to come across this before lunch time... so much for trying to eat healthy today.

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I think they turned out great for my first time! The meat was falling off the bone when I picked the rack up with tongs. I would probably use less honey next time, but they were still awesome.

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I was going back and forth between a BGE and a wood pellet smoker/cooker. I bought a Traeger last week (Costco roadshow) and holy crap, it is amazing. 5 meals cooked including 30 pounds of smoked brisket and I am in love with the thing. I went with it due to the fact that I dislike getting charcoal started and dealing with the mess afterwards. I clean up the Traeger with my shop vac and a wet paper towel.

Traeger Grills


You have great tastes! I got my Traeger a couple of years ago......makes smoking way too easy!
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Old March 25th, 2014, 07:03 PM
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The forecast I looked at said overcast, not snow...



Not a problem for the Primo. I'm grilling an extra pork tenderloin I had marinaded a while ago and had in the freezer until yesterday.

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This turned out to be really good. It didn't look great when I took it out of the freezer. I used a Jamie Oliver recipe for the marinade. While I was grilling it, I decided to coat it with Sriacha - definitely a good decision. I highly recommend this marinade, and also adding Sriacha. I will warn you, this is definitely a different marinade than most are used to. I used a blood orange when I made it, because that's what I had.
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