Originally Posted by JLA
If it works use it, its a little high tech for me. Only thermometer i use is the traeger on the door of my smoker. Its a dummy thermometer with shaded areas for 'smoke' and 'BBQ' I keep the temp right on the line between the 2 when i cook most anything. 225-250 degrees seems to be a magical temp for anything BBQ'd, especially when BBQing with a barrel smoker.
Yeah I have a Weber 22" kettle grill but I was looking at the Traeger grills, and now they have those pellet grills. I always liked him on a lot of those competetion grill shows. Have you ever tried the "pellet" grills??