2 months to get a Yoder, something doesn't sound right about that. While it has been 4 years since I bought mine, then I called the company on Monday Morning and on Friday it was delivered, Saturday I was using it. However to answer your question, YES the Yoder is worth the wait. A far...
While that sounds like a good price, assuming it has the digital controller. In my opinion any price other than FREE is to much for a treager. And yes I've owned 2 of them in the past. JUNK, just my .02
Don't own a Rectec, but I do have a Yoder YS 640. Only me in the house and I have no problem firing it up to cook a steak, some chicken, or whatever for dinner. I recently added Grill Grates to it and now use it even more for those single serving cooks.
Well I just had a Breakfast of Peameal Bacon and Eggs. Wasn't Cowgirl's recipe, but believe me there will be a whole lot more of this stuff in my future, and I will try Cowgirl's recipe next time. The recipe I used just called for rolling the Cured Loin in the Peameal and letting it set for 24...
I would like the link to Cowgirls Recipe. And yes I do realize that things she posted are her property, hence my post asking Cowgirl for the recipe.
That said I am currently trying another recipe I got from the web.
Thanks c2h2s4, the more information I can get the better. So far everything I've heard is pretty positive about these grills.
Scalpel, Question for you. Have you tried running your unit off a 12 volt battery? If so, how did it perform. I like to be in places there is no electricity, so...
Thanks Wolfman, I went to the website and saw that they have Sportsmans Warehouse as a dealer. However Sportsmans Warehouse does not list them on their website. Hence my question. Hoping an Oregon Member might have actual knowledge about a dealer there.