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Does it smoke? Learn about the different types of woods you can use to turn your gas grill into a smoker.
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Smoke Woods for Grilling

Does it smoke? Learn about the different types of woods you can use to turn your gas grill into a smoker.

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We’ve been beavering away to create a something that’ll allow you to enjoy authentic barbecue flavours even when the weather fails you..

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Once you try chocolate chip cookies from a Traeger Grill, you'll never want to go back to your oven!

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Smoked Sausage:  Cook time  3 hours   Serves: 4   Ingredients  2 pounds (or more) of fresh Italian sausage in casingswood of choice (I used hickory)  Instructions  Set the smoker for 250F and get it smoking with the wood chips/pucks.Place the Italian sausage on smoker racks at least a ½ inch apart.Smoke for 3-4 hours or until the internal temperature is 165F.

Smoked Sausage: Cook time 3 hours Serves: 4 Ingredients 2 pounds (or more) of fresh Italian sausage in casingswood of choice (I used hickory) Instructions Set the smoker for 250F and get it smoking with the wood chips/pucks.Place the Italian sausage on smoker racks at least a ½ inch apart.Smoke for 3-4 hours or until the internal temperature is 165F.

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Two 10 pound beef briskets, we smoked the whole briskets (flats with points attached) for 12 hrs, @ 225°, using a mixture of hickory and pecan wood chips. After 12 hrs we separated the points from the flats, and refrigerated the flats for slicing the next day, and returned the points to the smoker for another 6 hrs, turning the electric smoker up 260°... Then chopped the points into burnt ends←bottom pic, and and sliced the flats←top pic.

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from Serious Eats

How to Use Smoke Woods

Types of Wood -- Love Apple and Cherry; found the Pecan to be a bit bitter (Mesquite and Hickory are suppose to be similar); want to try Oak or Maple if I can find them

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Traeger fans, do you ever wonder what wood pellets to use when cooking a certain meat? Check out our Wood Pellet Guide it will help you out!

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This is my beef jerky about 8lbs marinading in 1 c. Soy sauce 1/2 c Worcester sauce 1 tsp. ground pepper 1 tsp. garlic powder 1 tsp. onion powder 1/2 of dark brown sugar Mix all ingredients so the sugar dissolves and pour into the zip lock bag the is holding all 8 lbs of beef that I cut up! I will let that soke for 12 hours the heat my electric smoker to 250 degrees and smoke with apple wood chips for 6-8 hours!! Let cool and pack in zip locks and store them in the refrigerator and…

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from Knowledge Weighs Nothing

3 Different Ways To Make Survival Smokers

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