Master of the Pit
SMF Premier Member
- Joined Apr 13, 2010
I don't think this has been posted here and I found the comparison interesting.
+1. I get a very good price on LJ Blend and like the flavor, so I'll stick with it. I've never used a stick burner of any sort and for years did all my smoked meats on a Bradley. I find the pellet grill easier to use and control than the Bradley so haven't used the Bradley for a couple years now. I've done brisket twice and both were good, but not excellent. My ribs are great as is my pulled pork. All IMHO, of course.Huh.... never heard of Knotty Wood or Jealous Devil.
Based on their test you can use Traeger or Pitboss with equal or better results to other pellets including Lumberjack.That was a very quick comment I’m going to have to research. I drive for over an hour one way to get Lumberjack. If this turns out to be true then I bet someone carries Weber locally.
GM sponsored. They mentioned it in the video...
I can‘t speak to Yoder vs. Green Mountain but by what I saw in that video they must have had a lot of GM in stock to be able to cook on 6 grills. Maybe GM sponsored them?
I'd like to get my hands on the plum for sure. I had a plum tree at one time, and used to save what I could when I pruned it to use for smoking. I smoked a lot of salmon with plum, and it goes really well with it.Man hearing about 100% plum and 100% almond make me want to try them!!!! Never tried with either wood before.
Ditto on content vs time. I did catch that quote about Weber and LJ. I wonder if there's a price differential?Let's cram 10 minutes of content into an hour long video?
I think they admitted their preference was highly influenced by the nose blind.
After tending a smoker all day, I can barely taste any smoke, but my wife says the opposite.
Did you catch that Weber Grillmaster is Lumberjack competition blend?
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