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Well boys & girls, after alot of searching & calling around, I found a local dealer that is gonna give me a good deal on a Traeger, but he didn't have the one in stock i wanted so he set me up with a demo unit, I LOVE IT! My wife even said, we're never going back (to gas or charcoal) It makes the most flavorful steaks/drunken chickens I've ever had, tonight, I'm gonna bake a papa murphy's pizza on it, anyone out there done pizza on one yet? what setting do you recommend? Oh, and thank everyone out there in ifish land, I never heard of Traeger until I heard someone mention it here last summer.
 

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I did steaks on the Traeger tonight. Mighty tastey.....

I have the BBQ100 with the 371 square inch grill area.

I'd like to have the BBQ 075 with the huge grill area.
I would be nice to have the additional space when smokin' fish and meats....
 

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Pizzas also turn out great on the Traegers. Just cook it at the same temperature as you would the oven. If you have the model that is just low/med/hi, then I'd cook on med. Anybody looking for a great deal on new Traegers, PM me, and I'll tell you where to go....

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Pellet fed BBQ.

They are nice if you have the the extra $$. I've got a weber that is 25years old and it does just fine. Got it from the oldman and can't seem to part with it. :shrug: I cook on it 3 to 5 time a week and it still has the origonal grills.
 

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I did steaks on the Traeger tonight. Mighty tastey.....

I have the BBQ100 with the 371 square inch grill area.

I'd like to have the BBQ 075 with the huge grill area.
I would be nice to have the additional space when smokin' fish and meats....
I have that same grill. You can buy a second shelf I believe to add more sq. in. Also the rib rack works well.

Traegers are the best. Honestly I have yet to cook something that didn't come out perfect. On my gas grill I rarely cooked anything perfect.

If your skilled with a weber and don't mind the charcoal mess ect. then they work too.
 
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