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    Quote Originally Posted by Rich Dahl View Post
    I understand those that have a passion for using charcoal or wood for their cooking. But you say "give me that personal attention to my food" Okay you give personal attention when prepping it seasoning, brine, marinade whatever., but how much attention do you give it when it's on the smoker or grill besides maybe basting it or wrapping it all you're really are doing is monitoring the fire and temps. Same as any type of grill. I just don't see where the cooking device is going to be the game changer. Having experienced food off of a pellet grill I can say it's as good as any I've had off a WSM, it ain't hospital food that's for sure.
    Rich,

    Totally agree. And to be clear, I will NEVER give up my kettles! I just think pellet grills give you another good option, especially when time is not readily available to enjoy tending a charcoal fire.

    p.s. I don't get any commissions from Rec Tec or any pellet grill company!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jon Tofte View Post
    Rich,

    Totally agree. And to be clear, I will NEVER give up my kettles! I just think pellet grills give you another good option, especially when time is not readily available to enjoy tending a charcoal fire.

    p.s. I don't get any commissions from Rec Tec or any pellet grill company!
    You should get commissions ! nor will I ever give up my performer or my gassers.
    Last edited by Rich Dahl; 09-10-2019 at 02:47 PM.
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    "nor will I ever give up my performer or my gassers."

    You can have my grills when you pry them from my cold dead

    Spatula, tongs, or whatever I'm using at the moment 😋

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    Yep, Iím not giving up any of my outdoor cooking equipment, ever!
    If my brother does not recover as well from his stroke, it is not impossible that. I could possibly inherit his Traeger, I would prefer to simply enjoy the fruits of the pellet pooper at his house with him!
    Last edited by Timothy F. Lewis; 09-10-2019 at 03:32 PM.
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    Prayers sent for your brother

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    Will hold out a special prayer for your brother. I fully understand the feeling being a stroke survivor myself (miraculously no disability and full recovery), now we're praying til it hurts for our sister but by all indications it looks like she's not going to make thanks to a very rare sarcoma

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    Timothy,

    I join with the others in supporting you and him with prayers.
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    Thanks guys, I do appreciate it! Will be going to visit him before he comes home from rehab on the 20th. I am encouraged by the strides he’s made since it happened! The facility works the patient pretty hard, if he keeps at it, he should be pretty well able to do most anything. He’s halfway through an 11’ Norwegian pram build that I’m not sure I have the chops to help complete very well. At best he was kind of hard to work with on things like this. Now? I just don’t know.
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    Bob,
    Thanks for posting. I think it is going to be fun to watch the roll-out and learn more. Weber needs this to be a successful
    launch.
    Genesis Platinum Skyline 3200 Q1200"Flat-top" 26 Kettle Red,Black 22s 1Touch Platinum, Black '74 18, JJ & SJ. Projects: Genesis 4, 2 many!

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