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post #46 of 141 Old 03-29-2012, 09:29 AM
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eh... Yeah I wish the Traeger was still need in the usa but whatever. Your clothes arent made in the usa. The gas you buy isnt from the usa. Your toothbrush isnt made in the usa. Blah Blah Blah.

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post #47 of 141 Old 03-29-2012, 10:00 AM
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The difference being it hasn't effected my clothing or my toothbrush, but the Traeger's have seen a reduction in quality.

Lets move on, shall we?
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post #48 of 141 Old 04-09-2012, 07:59 PM
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Have a friend with a BGE. His food is awful. Burned usually. Point is the guy cooking makes a big difference. I use a Weber and I have a bro in law with a Traeger and we cook circles around my BGE buddies. Fact is the tools can't make up for a bad cook. Love to have a BGE and maybe I'll pick one up. It would look good in my Oregon back yard which is also very green. And wet.

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Look at the Primo's simular to the egg and made in the USA!
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post #50 of 141 Old 04-10-2012, 02:14 PM
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Yes, Primo is yet another Kamado style cooker. Yes, it is supposedly made in the U.S., although I am having a real tough time figuring out where in the US the ceramic parts are made. They are nice, I have used one before.

No, it doesn't have a warranty as good as the BGE nor the same level of aftermarket support.


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post #51 of 141 Old 04-11-2012, 02:34 PM
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gross. Brusselspouts, Okra, and Artichokes are nasty.
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post #52 of 141 Old 04-11-2012, 08:51 PM
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MountainMan, how can you be from SC or even down South and not like Okra

I had Fried Okra from Lizards Thicket tonight, Yum .

Do you not like Grits too ?
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post #53 of 141 Old 04-11-2012, 10:32 PM
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I love grits. I passed by lizard thicket the other day for work.
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post #54 of 141 Old 04-11-2012, 10:35 PM
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No one suggesting rolling your own?

http://badgerandblade.com/vb/showthr...lil-brown-Egg?

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I love grits. I passed by lizard thicket the other day for work.
Yellow or white ???

Stone ground ???

Damn it all, why am I now thinking about country ham,collards and black eyed peas too ?

I think I may go shopping tonite .

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post #56 of 141 Old 04-12-2012, 12:42 AM
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[QUOTE=Azzy;13398122]No one suggesting rolling your own?


Naw, thanks to Gover-mental invented taxes it cost way to much .

I remember well when the non glued ones were two cents a pack .

Make your own on the cheap if you do .

Just saying .
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No one suggesting rolling your own?

http://badgerandblade.com/vb/showthr...lil-brown-Egg?
Not sure what that link is, because it set off my malware alarm, but if it's one of the DIY ones made of potters they are cool but nothing like the Egg.
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Not sure what that link is, because it set off my malware alarm, but if it's one of the DIY ones made of potters they are cool but nothing like the Egg.
Just did mine as well. Didnt last night, they must of got hit by a spammer.

But yeah, its one of the big ceramic pot versions to mimic the big ceramic eggs. Guess its all in what you out into it or how you cook. I seem to be able to do well on a hand me down weber or my gas grill, if I keep my wife away from it with her minimum temps.

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Webers are great beginner charcoal grills.
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post #60 of 141 Old 04-12-2012, 11:51 AM
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Webers are great beginner charcoal grills.
How much more advanced do you get with burning dried wood? Its fire... you put food over it. Do it right, people will like to eat it. You may have it insulated to make it an oven... Like the egg.

Or not.

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