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Unread 12-05-2012, 01:33 AM   #16
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Keep both. A pellet grill does cook some food better then a stick burner and the same can be said for a stick burner. The two make a great combination . We have 9 grills outside. When entertaining most get used.
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I am the opposite of a pack rat. If I am not using it, it is gone. If your FIL likes it, sell it or give it to him (depending on what you need to do to maintain DIL's approval).

I use all the cookers I own. If not, I'd sell the one I didn't use -- except the redhead. Everything else is expendable.

If a grill or smoker isn't used, is it really a grill or smoker?

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Quote:
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If a grill or smoker isn't used, is it really a grill or smoker?

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Thats waaayyy deep maaaann.. haha

In all seriousness though, keep the stick burner. I've been looking at electric rigs and one very good point was pointed out to me about pellet poopers. Its really their biggest flaw too..............THEY HAVE MOVING PARTS!! And moving parts tend to like to break eventually. If it breaks (heaven forbid!!) that stickburner will be your long lost best friend.
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