YODER Pellet Grills in Australia

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Re: YODER Pellet Grills in Australia

Post by Bentley » Thu Dec 04, 2014 9:12 am

I agree, as long as the cook on the Evil Stick Burner knows what they are doing, if not, it can be tastes like ashtray time...A person cooking on a Pellet Pit...They are a PitMaster and the unit makes them look that way, no guessing! I did my time with sticks, I Mastered them and have never looked back since 1997 when I tasted food for the 1st time on a Pellet unit, it was my El Darado...so when the Knuckledraggers say my style of cooking is cheating and it takes no skill...I just smile as I pass them when I am going up on stage to pick up my Trophies! 8)
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Re: YODER Pellet Grills in Australia

Post by edgy » Thu Dec 04, 2014 10:42 am

Bentley wrote:I agree, as long as the cook on the Evil Stick Burner knows what they are doing, if not, it can be tastes like ashtray time...
:lol: :lol: And its amazing how many people think the offset should be pluming smoke! And then there is: "How come there is barely any smoke coming out of that pellet grill?" :roll: newsflash, your offsets stack should look the same! :idea:
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Re: YODER Pellet Grills in Australia

Post by Brett » Fri Dec 05, 2014 12:13 am

Narmnaleg,
I was thinking about a getting a Kamado before I discovered the Yoder pellet grills. Are there methods/food types that are best done on one vs the other, or can they produce similar results using different fuel sources?
I may just need to scratch the pizza itch, but convincing the wife that I need three BBQs might prove to be a significant hurdle.

Dave,
I'd be very keen to go to Wallsend Diggers and meet Greg and his Yoders. I'm working offshore at the moment and I get home just before Christmas.

Cheers,
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Re: YODER Pellet Grills in Australia

Post by gussigan » Fri Dec 05, 2014 1:34 am

you can cook a decent pizza in a pellet grill anyway so I wouldn't stress too much - did one in the gmg last week, pizza stone + 260 deg. - sorted

don't worry about the wife, they get used to it eventually, I think I'm up to 5 plus a pizza oven. apparently from now on there's a one in one out policy though :P

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Re: YODER Pellet Grills in Australia

Post by Narmnaleg » Fri Dec 05, 2014 7:15 am

Hi Brett, I'm not suggesting that you get them all now, just plan the space for future additions.
Mate I won't go into the kamado vs pellets because it can become a religious type argument :)
You're doing the right thing by researching. Lots of info here and on YouTube.

Guss I get what you're saying about pizza, but with a stone at 260 you can also use the home oven. I was referring to pizzas that are cooked in under 2 minutes. Neapolitan style.

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Re: YODER Pellet Grills in Australia

Post by urbangriller » Fri Dec 05, 2014 9:51 am

gussigan wrote:you can cook a decent pizza in a pellet grill anyway so I wouldn't stress too much - did one in the gmg last week, pizza stone + 260 deg. - sorted

don't worry about the wife, they get used to it eventually, I think I'm up to 5 plus a pizza oven. apparently from now on there's a one in one out policy though :P
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Re: YODER Pellet Grills in Australia

Post by edgy » Fri Dec 05, 2014 10:03 am

urbangriller wrote:
gussigan wrote:you can cook a decent pizza in a pellet grill anyway so I wouldn't stress too much - did one in the gmg last week, pizza stone + 260 deg. - sorted

don't worry about the wife, they get used to it eventually, I think I'm up to 5 plus a pizza oven. apparently from now on there's a one in one out policy though :P
Apply that policy to the Shoes and Handbags as well!

That'll never work unless your mrs wears Ferragamo or Prada ^^
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Re: YODER Pellet Grills in Australia

Post by Grill Pro Australia » Fri Dec 05, 2014 10:15 am

Brett wrote: Dave,
I'd be very keen to go to Wallsend Diggers and meet Greg and his Yoders. I'm working offshore at the moment and I get home just before Christmas.

Cheers,
Brett
Hi Brett, I have emailed Greg asking if he will meet with you. I will let you know.

Cheers, Dave
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Re: YODER Pellet Grills in Australia

Post by Grill Pro Australia » Mon Apr 23, 2018 12:22 pm

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