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  1. Since I bought the Kamado, the pellet grill has not seen much love. So last weekend I bought a brisket and fired it up. It was pretty tasty. I’m thinking, other than fuel, pellet vs lump, it probably does not make much difference wether you control the temp by limiting fuel (pellet) or by limiting air flow, Kamado or Kamado with billows. You still have to pick the cut, season, adjust for temperature and time. I admit I have looked at various billow and temp control with blue tooth and or WiFi. Usually they have extension cord, and tons of wires , probes and so on. I reall
  2. 5 pounds of pork belly... cured for 10 days and ready for some smoke... Smokin' at around 180°F on the Yoder YS640... my own blend of hickory, apple, and cherry pellets for smoke.... let it smoke here for about four hours... I like thick slices.... Mmmmmmmmmm....
  3. Super easy cook.... Slab of pork belly... Diamond score both sides... Apply rub and rub it in.... Let sit in fridge for an hour or so... Put it on the grill at 225-250... Cook 3.5-ish hours until you hit at least 160-165... Rest, cut and serve.... Mmmmmmm..
  4. THIS is lookin' good so far! 13 hours in on a 9 pounder...
  5. I know we are all Kamado fans here at the Kamado Guru site, but I thought some of you might be interested in seeing how a pellet grill works. This is my Traeger Lil' Texas Elite pellet grill that I purchased last November. If I remember correctly this model sells for about $800 or so. The pellet hopper and the control dial are located to the left side of the cooking chamber. I'm not sure exactly on this mode, but I think this hopper holds 12 to 13 pounds of pellets, which is more than enough for the average low and slow cook. On the Traeger grills, they claim t
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