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Even the best BBQ needs a little color on the side!

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My Yoder YS 640 showed up just in time for my BBQ party. I had to burn it in as soon as it arrived in order to be ready to cook for 20 guests the next morning. Had a few kinks to work out which is disappointing; a broken wheel and temp control that swings farther than expected. (Currently + or - 25 degrees  :(  ) I am confident that the customer service guys at Yoder are as good as I have heard. Shouldn't be a problem. I will keep you in the loop. #yodersmokers  
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The YODER is finally here!
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One of the reasons that I chose to buy the Yoder Pellet Smoker over the other brands is that they are hand made right here in the Good Ol' USA. Although Deb is very busy this time of year (think 4th of July in less than 2 weeks) she still took the time to snap a pic of my YS640 being built in their shop. Try calling Traeger with that request! #yoder  yodersmokers.com
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Finally broke down and ordered a Yoder YS640 with additional shelf. Planning to sell the Traeger when it gets here. Any thoughts? 

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Bacon goes well with just about everything. Here I took a few jalapeño peppers, stuffed them with cream cheese and cilantro, and wrapped them with a strip of bacon. I pinned each one with a bamboo skewer before throwing them in my Primo XL. They were a perfect appetizer for the butterflied spicy smoked chicken! 
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More Adventures with Bacon... and a Spicy Smoked Chicken!
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If only Dirty Harry made smokers, this would make my day!
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While prepping to watch the Blazers CRUSH the Rockets last night, Janice called upon her inner BBQ Goddess and created these amazing Bacon Wrapped Onion Rings. So simple to make and SOOOooo good to eat! 1 - Cut a white or sweet onion into 1/2 inch slices. 2 - Pull off the outside ringlets in sets of 2 rings each and save the middle pieces for another day. (You should get about 6 onion rings from each onion.) 3 - Coat each onion ring in your favorite BBQ or HOT Sauce.  4 - Wrap each piece of onion with 2 to 3 pieces of bacon and pin with a skewer.  5 - BBQ at about 300 degrees for 60 to 70 minutes and then crank the heat to about 350 degrees for 15 to 20 minutes. These have to be started slow to allow the onion inside to properly cook and then the additional heat at the end crisps and browns the bacon wrap. ENJOY!
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I have my Traeger and this Primo. What more could a man ask for?
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