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Old 08-10-2006, 06:34 AM   #1
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Anyone ever used one, if so, your thoughts please.

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Old 08-10-2006, 05:45 PM   #2
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Anyone ever used one, if so, your thoughts please.

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You mean these???
http://www.louisiana-grills.com/

I don't recall much discussion about pellet cookers lately. Anyone???
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Old 08-10-2006, 05:50 PM   #3
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Wood pellets?
Could someone explain this to me?
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If those are the said wood pellets.....I'l take a dozen 8-[
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You could buy a lot of WSM's or one Gator for some of those prices
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Could someone explain this to me?
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LOL, the rabbits seem to be getting a lot of calls to pick up checks at comp's these days.

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Re: Lousiana grill

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I've had a Lousiana grill for six months or so. I like it. Great for smoking--I've had a brisket on since 5pm yesterday. Let it run through the night with no problems--looking good!! Max temp I've seen on mine for grilling is around 450 degrees--I think they advertise 500 but that could be related to the type of pellets. I know i'll get flamed for this comment but to me it tastes as good as charcoal but is about as easy as gas!
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Actually it blows #-o Never heard of sucktorch but I have heard of a blowtorch =D>
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You could retrofit it with an oil-fired blow torch to save on the cost of lump Fuel oil is cheap I hear in the NE, or you could used left over vegie oil from making all those hush puppies
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Re: Lousiana grill

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I've had a Lousiana grill for six months or so. I like it. Great for smoking--I've had a brisket on since 5pm yesterday. Let it run through the night with no problems--looking good!! Max temp I've seen on mine for grilling is around 450 degrees--I think they advertise 500 but that could be related to the type of pellets. I know i'll get flamed for this comment but to me it tastes as good as charcoal but is about as easy as gas!
Any specifics you want to know?
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Thanks Ken,

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Hey, welcome back everyone. Uh, they're not gas.

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