LEGEND The "Last Thing I Bought" Thread

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NJRamsFan

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I used to do a bunch of ribs, brisket, pulled pork with just rub on them, seal a meal them and freeze them. Then I'd pop them into the oven and finish them off when I wanted a fairly quick meal. Traegers are pretty efficient so even when you're just doing small batches, you will love that thing. They used to build them just up the road from me in Oregon.
I’m super excited from everything I’ve researched about traeger. I’d love some of your tips and tricks you’ve learned over the years
 

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I’m super excited from everything I’ve researched about traeger. I’d love some of your tips and tricks you’ve learned over the years
Concentrate on flavor with your rubs. The Traeger will put the smoke to the meat at a constant temp. Be careful not to overdo the smoke unless you're into that.

I don't give out my recipes so I would suggest you pick up one of Bobby Flay's BBQ books. I actually took a couple of his recipes and modified them a fair amount to suit my own tastes. But the dude really knows his shit.

If I think about it I'll look to see which one I would recommend.

But flavorless meat with a bunch of smoke is just not my bag and you find that too often with BBQ joints.

Oh... And ALWAYS wrap your brisket after you've gotten enough smoke to it - generally about 5 - 6 hours of smoke is plenty.
 
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Traeger Texas Bold and Spicy is some damn good sauce too.

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Fun little guy. .223 - 22" barrel, bolt action Savage with a Weaver scope. As some of you may know, I load a bunch of .223. So I wanted a bolt action to go with my other shooters in this load. This one is more of a "I don't have this gun yet" buy. I don't have a .223 bolt action; I don't have a gun with a camo stock; I have very few guns with box mags; I don't have any Weaver scopes (besides the one I bought for my son); I have never owned a Savage....

Cant wait to shoot this thing.
 

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Bought a whole house water filter. We have some minor problems with scaling and taste from the faucet. So we went with this. It works great so far. The glass shower doors no longer have spots on them after a shower.
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Bought a shit ton of sweets. The entirety cost less than $42.
 
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