Originally Posted by Backwoods Grillin'
This is a wild game, have 3 breasts cut up in pieces and another breast that hasn't been touched with a knife. Will be cooking this on a pellet grill using Mesquite pellets.
As a Pellet Guy--I gotta ask.
Blended Mesquite or Pure Mesquite?
I prefer (in general) blended fruit wood pellets for poultry (and pork) and stronger blended hickory and mesquite for more robust meats like Beef.
Pure Mesquite will overpower the meat in a heartbeat, especially at lower temps.
Blended Mesquite when use at higher temps (above 325ish) would probably work.
Let us know how it comes out.
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