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Thread: My Thanksgiving Dressing

  1. #16
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    Quote Originally Posted by alinwa View Post
    I never thought I'd see the day.... old guys sending pix of food like a bunch of millennials LOL


    Love it.

    We just brought home a new Traeger and are getting ready to cook/smoke some sirloin tip, burgers and venison, maybe even throw down some corn and veggies and then chuck in some sausage and maakara at low heat for a snack later...

    tis the season
    Al,

    Is this your first Traeger?

    Justin

  2. #17
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    Quote Originally Posted by Zebra13 View Post
    Al,

    Is this your first Traeger?

    Justin
    yes..... I've been holding out for years, literally.... because I refused to pay xx/lb for proprietary wood LOL

  3. #18
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    Quote Originally Posted by alinwa View Post
    yes..... I've been holding out for years, literally.... because I refused to pay xx/lb for proprietary wood LOL
    Al,

    Oh pay them no mind...any cooking pellet will work.

    Gonna send you a PM.

    Justin

  4. #19
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    an addition to the meal

    Guys:
    The device that you need to try is a "Turkey Cannon". I have roasted, smoked, fried and used other means of cooking the Thanksgiving bird but when I used the Turkey Cannon my family said "This is IT", no more attempts ( although several of them were good). The Turkey Cannon cooks the turkey like a Beer Can Chicken. You inject da Cajon seasons, put a little your wine in the barrel of da Cannon, put the Tony C on the outside and inside of the turkey and set on your gas grill. It cooks a 14 pound bird in about 2 1/2 hours, is juicy and full of those seasonings.
    Real fine dining right off the grill.
    For Real.
    Al Elliott

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