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Unread 08-10-2009, 05:51 PM   #3
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thats the beginning of my adventure with the pellet pooper.

Post 41 is my feelings on it.


One thing about the pellet cookers.. THEY ARE COOKING MACHINES. (No pun intended). Fire it up, and it will run for days on end, just churning out BBQ. I cooked for 200 and the FE100 went for 2 days straight, non stop.. butts, ribs, chicken.. its impressive.

Flavor profile is different from a stick burner. Lighter, not as smokey. Even the heavily smoked stuff on a stickburner just has a 'cleaner' taste.

Big ass fan in the FE gives a convection effect. Stuff cooks different, not always faster.

After using it for 6 months, and ALOT of cooking.. its a great cooker..kinda like a well trained dog.. Does everything u ask of it.. but it will never replace a trusty old lab.
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