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#574575 - 11/23/20 01:48 PM Re: What's your favorite Treager Tip? [Re: GoFirstClass]  
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Originally Posted by GoFirstClass



Dang it. A guys makes one tiny boo boo whilst attempting to impress/seduce the lady on his boat and that tiny boo boo becomes forever embedded in some people's minds.



Could be the Mandela effect where we remember it different than it actually happened...... kinda hope not since the legend has been such a part of the board all these years later. Kinda like the picture I still can't get out of my mind of Skiboat Dave (I think that's who it was) on the waverunner in the florescent green Borat swimsuit.


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#574576 - 11/23/20 01:53 PM Re: What's your favorite Treager Tip? [Re: GoFirstClass]  
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Did the Bison Ribeye last night and it turned out better than I had hoped for.
Coming out of the Electric Smoker with some Jack Daniels oak barrel chips at 150 for about an hour.
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Just before taking it off the Grill. I got the Bison, while the admiral and first mate got a sirloin and a round steak .

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Was just a bit worried that I might have overcooked it, but after a short rest and slicing into it I was so happy a perfect Medium rare
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#574578 - 11/23/20 07:12 PM Re: What's your favorite Treager Tip? [Re: GoFirstClass]  
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Don't ya just love it when something you've never tried before comes out just perfect!

Good Job!


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#574579 - 11/23/20 07:39 PM Re: What's your favorite Treager Tip? [Re: GoFirstClass]  
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Is that what is known at reverse sear Justification?


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#574581 - 11/23/20 09:34 PM Re: What's your favorite Treager Tip? [Re: GoFirstClass]  
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That's right Kevin.
Too much food TV on overnights has made me experiment and try to learn new techniques.
Has really helped with the Covid19 ..................Lbs that is.
Figure if I can't find time to take the boat out, I should at least enjoy the pleasures of eating.

Now someone come up with some other tried and true tips for using a pellet smoker, or any other kind of smoker or grill.


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#574582 - 11/23/20 10:32 PM Re: What's your favorite Treager Tip? [Re: GoFirstClass]  
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Originally Posted by GoFirstClass
Originally Posted by On Holiday
GFC also cooks his steaks to 130°F but he tosses them into the lake.


Dang it. A guys makes one tiny boo boo whilst attempting to impress/seduce the lady on his boat and that tiny boo boo becomes forever embedded in some people's minds.

I'm thinking that if you didn't want us to remember, you shouldn't have been wearing pink Crocs at the time! gunner2


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#574593 - 11/24/20 04:31 PM Re: What's your favorite Treager Tip? [Re: GoFirstClass]  
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My neighbor has a Treager and my adorable second mate has a way with words and isn't too shy asking for food. They threw on an extra brisket for us and according to our 7 year old, it was phenomenal. As for me, I use a charcoal smoker however these pellet brands are looking very nice.


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#574594 - 11/24/20 04:59 PM Re: What's your favorite Treager Tip? [Re: GoFirstClass]  
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GFC we are still waiting on the most fun you can have with your clothes on answer.


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#574596 - 11/25/20 12:33 AM Re: What's your favorite Treager Tip? [Re: captkevin]  
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Originally Posted by captkevin
GFC we are still waiting on the most fun you can have with your clothes on answer.

Maybe it's dancing in red crocs


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#574599 - 11/25/20 09:14 AM Re: What's your favorite Treager Tip? [Re: GoFirstClass]  
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Thats probably it Justification


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#574603 - 11/25/20 12:26 PM Re: What's your favorite Treager Tip? [Re: GoFirstClass]  
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Sorry, I've been busy with some other stuff but I'll try to post some pics and info tonight.

BTW, I'm smoking the turkey on the Treager tomorrow. First time effort for that so we'll see how it comes out. GW is going to brine it this morning so it'll be in the brine for 24 hours or so before it goes on the grill. Also, every year I make the stuffing. This year I'm going to put about half of it in the Treager, the other half in the oven so even if we don't like what smoking does to the stuffing I'll have the backup ready.


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#574604 - 11/25/20 12:53 PM Re: What's your favorite Treager Tip? [Re: GoFirstClass]  
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Smoked turkey sounds amazing. How long does that take?


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#574605 - 11/25/20 05:57 PM Re: What's your favorite Treager Tip? [Re: GoFirstClass]  
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Originally Posted by GoFirstClass


BTW, I'm smoking the turkey on the Treager tomorrow. First time effort for that so we'll see how it comes out. GW is going to brine it this morning so it'll be in the brine for 24 hours or so before it goes on the grill.


You going to spatchcock also.


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#574606 - 11/25/20 09:17 PM Re: What's your favorite Treager Tip? [Re: GoFirstClass]  
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OK Joe, I give up.
What is spatchcock?

BTW, I picked up the meat component that I need to demo the red plastic thingie so I'll get some pics either later tonight or tomorrow.

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#574610 - 11/26/20 01:32 AM Re: What's your favorite Treager Tip? [Re: GoFirstClass]  
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OK, brace yourselves because you're about to be surprised by this wonderful gadget. And BTQW if I have any misspellings it's due to the copious amouints of Tequila I've had already.

So here's the teaser photo. This is where it starts, with some decent hamburger.
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Then there's my own secret recipe for a perfect finished product. The spices.
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Here the spicers have been mixed into the burger
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So here's the secret product: Easy Kabob. And it really does make great burger cabobs. We've done them with hamburger and with ground pork and both are good.
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Here's the Easy Kabob disassembled. There's the main tube on the left that gets stuffed with the burger. The piece in the middle is used to push the meat up the main tube and out through the "nozzle" on the right. The nozzle has a small hole that you piush the skewer through.
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Here I've pushed the burger up to the top of the main tube. At this point you attach the "nozzle" then stick the skewer into the nozzle and out through the hold in the back of it. Then you p-ush down on the top of the Easy Skewer and that forces the burger up into the nozzle.
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Here's some of the bufrger coming out the "nozzle". Note how it perfectly forms itself around the skewer.
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When you keep pushing down on the Easy Kabob it putshes more of the burger out onto the skewer.
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And here's the completed product, a perfectlyh formed skerwer ready for the grill.
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I found one secret to making the whole thing work well is to keep the burger at room temp and not too wet, One of the things I mix in with the ingredients is about 1/4 cup or so of bread crumbs,. This holds the burger tigtly to the skewer. Five minutes on the grill (turn them oncer) and they're done.

A different twist on the plain ol' hamburger.

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#574611 - 11/26/20 09:11 AM Re: What's your favorite Treager Tip? [Re: GoFirstClass]  
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Originally Posted by GoFirstClass
OK Joe, I give up.
What is spatchcock?

BTW, I picked up the meat component that I need to demo the red plastic thingie so I'll get some pics either later tonight or tomorrow.


Basically you cut the backbone out to flatten the bird. It cooks more evenly and quicker. Google will lead you to many examples.


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#574612 - 11/26/20 09:53 AM Re: What's your favorite Treager Tip? [Re: GoFirstClass]  
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#574614 - 11/26/20 02:15 PM Re: What's your favorite Treager Tip? [Re: GoFirstClass]  
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I just watched a good video from Treager on how to spatchcock and cook your turkey. I'm going to do that with ours. I'm also going to make my usual stuffing and cook half of it on the grill and half in the oven so we can taste the difference.

Happy Thanksgiving to all of you and thanks for the tip on spatchcocking!


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#574616 - 11/26/20 04:48 PM Re: What's your favorite Treager Tip? [Re: GoFirstClass]  
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Lets us know how it turns out.


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#574617 - 11/26/20 06:43 PM Re: What's your favorite Treager Tip? [Re: GoFirstClass]  
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Will do. I'm going to put it on at 3:00. It's 10lbs so should take about 2.5-3 hours.

BTW, with those kabobs we have put them in lettuce wraps, rolled them in a tortilla and have yet to try them in a hot dog bun. So far we have enjoyed them.

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