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post #1 of 11
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This is my new Memphis Pro...my first experience with a pellet cooker. I'm used to cooking with a shovel, pile of wood and a match.  
It was really easy for me to put together... the unit rolled right out of the box and all I had to do was attach the side shelves and plug it in.








 

 

From left to right, the on/off switch and pellet primer, the temperature select button....the digital temperature read out, a button to select actual temperature or the set temperature...and the cook or smoke function button.

 

 

 








So far I really like it. I can smoke from 180 degrees or grill at 660 degrees....

 

It's taking me awhile to get used to not doing anything.. lol  It's really a set it and forget it unit. :)

 

 

 

Thanks for checking out my new toy. :)

post #2 of 11

Looks really cook cowgirl. I can't wait to see all of your great Q you will be putting out on that baby.

post #3 of 11

Quite the outdoor kitchen ya got going there.

post #4 of 11

Now you're going to have to find a new use for the shovel.   The rig looks mighty fine.  Can't wait to see the excellent products you produce with it to post.

post #5 of 11
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Thanks!  It's been fun to use so far... I think my drum is getting jealous.

post #6 of 11

Looks very nice.  I like the outdoor kitchen too!  I'd love to have a covered area like that.  We are planning a move in a year or two -- going to make sure I have an area like that built when I move in.

 

Glad to hear you like the new unit.  What have you cooked so far?

post #7 of 11
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Thank you John! I'm still working on the patio.... I built the bar from mostly used lumber, I would like to build a sink area too...

this weekend I treated the fence with weather sealant.  I need to add more fencing but haven't had the time.

It's fun to hang out there during the summer. :)

I hope you make a retreat when you get moved. It's like having another living area. :)

 

 

So far on the Memphis, I've smoked a sausage stuffed pork loin, and baked some jalapeno cornbread...

http://www.smokingmeatforums.com/forum/thread/94716/pork-loin-and-smoked-jalapeno-cornbread#post_502330

 

also did a ham and potato stuffed fattie....

http://www.smokingmeatforums.com/forum/thread/94771/another-breakfast-fattie

 

I liked the way the cooker got the bacon crisp on the fattie. :)

 

I've also grilled some chicken for fajitas but haven't posted pictures yet...

 

 

Thanks again John, so far I like the thing.

post #8 of 11

Cowgirl, that is one shiny piece of campfire you got there.....  congrats....

 

post #9 of 11

Nice looking smoker you have there, Jeanie.  I guess I'd like a set it and forget it unit too.  I know you can turn out some fantastic meals on that one!

post #10 of 11

Jeanie,

Both of those links took me to Awesome looking chow!!!!

 

I seem to be missing a lot of posts lately. Glad you linked them from here.

 

 

Bear

post #11 of 11
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Thank you Delta, Keith and Bear!  I'm still getting used to the new cooker but I like it so far.... Kinda different from what I'm used to. :)

Keith, it is a set it and forget it cooker... I'm used to poking a fire with a stick.

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