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Unread 10-27-2013, 09:25 AM   #7
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Originally Posted by Ron_L View Post
What do you think of the food compared to your FEC?
There is clearly a difference. The Assassin provides more of a smoke flavor and you can certainly make a big difference in the smoke quality by switching out what you put in the hopper. The FEC is more precise for temp control (so far but I'm still playing with the Assassin) and I've always felt that pellets give less of a strong Texas-like smoke flavor. Both are amazing cookers and I consider both a tool for certain jobs. Right now, as I play with both, I'd be prone to doing bacon, chicken, turkey, sausages, etc. in the FEC 100 and briskets, pork and ribs in the Assassin. That may change after I take the December class on the FEC 100 in Ponca City. Both are new to me but I've cook for years on both types. Both companies give great support which was one of my major concerns when buying them.
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