New Traeger user

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Pro 575 Pellet Grill
Greetings from Florida! I started smoking meats on the R2-D2 Brinkman water smoker and graduated to a Lang Patio 48, over 10 years ago. After a hiatus smoking meats my husband bought me a Traeger Pro 575 Pellet Grill to resume my hobby. Looking forward to developing skills using my new Traeger rig from folks sharing their knowledge and experience in this space. :cool:
 
Thanks!! I'm from Edgewater, FL (south of Daytona Beach)

I'm just north of you in New Smyrna Beach. There's a great BBQ supply shop in the area. They are in the process of moving from One Daytona to Port Orange - definitely worth checking out once they're open in the new spot: https://bullandboarbbq.com/
 
I'm just north of you in New Smyrna Beach. There's a great BBQ supply shop in the area. They are in the process of moving from One Daytona to Port Orange - definitely worth checking out once they're open in the new spot: https://bullandboarbbq.com/
Well hello neighbor, and thanks for that information about bull and board bbq! I'll definitely make a visit up there!
 
Greetings from Florida! I started smoking meats on the R2-D2 Brinkman water smoker and graduated to a Lang Patio 48, over 10 years ago. After a hiatus smoking meats my husband bought me a Traeger Pro 575 Pellet Grill to resume my hobby. Looking forward to developing skills using my new Traeger rig from folks sharing their knowledge and experience in this space. :cool:
Welcome to the Forum! A lot of great folks on here with a wealth of knowledge. A couple of things that you need, a smoke tube or two and a third party temperature monitor. The one on your Traeger isn’t going to be accurate. But sounds like you’re already experienced in smoking meats so you probably already know to cook to temperature not to time.

Again welcome!
 
Welcome to the Forum! A lot of great folks on here with a wealth of knowledge. A couple of things that you need, a smoke tube or two and a third party temperature monitor. The one on your Traeger isn’t going to be accurate. But sounds like you’re already experienced in smoking meats so you probably already know to cook to temperature not to time.

Again welcome!
Thanks for the warm welcome, Shedd!! I'm have experience with smoking but with an electric unit, and pellets, this is a new world! :LOL: I'm reading about the smoke tubes to understand what their purpose and will definitely shout out questions after my initial research.
 
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