Originally Posted by WineMaster
I would smoke it for and hour or so @ 180 then crank it up. Burning pellets at
300-350 causes a very efficient burn with a very light smoke profile. One of the
smoke generators would help a lot.
Dan is right on.
In addition, using the strongest pellets you can get will help.
I have some 100% Mesquite from Lumberjack which might produce good smoke flavor at those temps. 100% Hickory might work also.
I doubt you will get good results using any flavor of blended pellets, especially Traeger.
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