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I live in tropical Minnesota. I have been grilling for decades but using only charcoal grills. In Sept. of 2015 I purchased a Traeger pellet smoker/grill and just love it. My wife was looking through the cookbook that came with it and started nagging me to try baking a batch of blueberry muffins. Baking on a grill? I gave in and baked up a batch of the best blueberry muffins I have ever tasted. Filled with confidence I baked up a batch of pumpkin bread.Upon tasting my pumpkin bread my wife announced she is going to quite baking. I am a 70 year old VietNam veteran and love to grill during our short summers. Now it looks like I can grill even into winter. 

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Baking on a grill. I've never thought of that. I may have to look into this more. Welcome! And thank you for your service to our nation!
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There's lots of great bread recipes here that can be baked in the grill or Dutch oven. Apple or peach pies are some of the better grilled baked goodies.

If you really want to blow your wife's socks off, make this for her:

http://www.smokingmeatforums.com/t/82688/apple-smoked-apple-dumplin-on-the-drum
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Thank you. I never thought of baking either.Always thought the baked goods would taste like hamburgers. I don't mean to degrade hamburgers as I have made some excellent burgers. At least using my Traeger Grill they came out moist and very flavorful with just a hint of smoke. I will be trying an apple pie in the near future.

EarlB

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