I won one!

Discussion in 'Pellet Smokers' started by bodbob, Jul 6, 2016.

  1. bodbob

    bodbob Fire Starter

    Hey All,

    I joined the amazingribs.com Pit Masters club, and won a Camp Chef PG24 pellet grill and smoker in their Gold Medal Giveaway for June. Does anyone have a review/advice on this smoker?


  2. redheelerdog

    redheelerdog Master of the Pit SMF Premier Member

    Hi Bob, congrats on you new pellet smoker, that is fun winning a prize, especially a good one like that.

    I have an electric smoker so I can't give any advice but I did see on amazon quite a few good reviews (link Here)

    Have fun with your new smoker and show us some pics!
  3. b-one

    b-one Smoking Guru OTBS Member

    Can't beat free,sorry no help but to bump it back up.:biggrin:
  4. bodbob

    bodbob Fire Starter

    Thanks Gents. I haven't done a cook yet, but I'm doing some baby backs today (along with Gary's Beans). I'll try and get some pics, and post them tomorrow.


  5. smokinal

    smokinal Smoking Guru Staff Member Moderator OTBS Member ★ Lifetime Premier ★

    Congrats Bob!

    Looking forward to seeing those ribs!

  6. bodbob

    bodbob Fire Starter

    Ok Gents. Here goes!

    My new Camp Chef PG 24 set up and ready to go.

    The close up.

    I put it next to my gasser so I can reverse sear easily when I want to.

    The inside of the beast.

    The ribs were rubbed with mustard, then 2 were coated in Byron's Butt Rub, and 2 got Big Dick's Margarita Rub. They spent the nite in my refrigerator. I also made a batch of Gary's beans while I was waiting to start the cook.

    Beans and ribs in the smoke at 2pm. They got 3 hours of smoke with an occasional stir of the beans.

    Tented them after 3 hours and pulled the beans to finish them in the oven.

    Back in the smoke for the last hour.

    2 were basted with Black Swan Sweet Cognac, and 2 with Sweet Baby Jane's Hot and Spicy!

    Looks like the smoke ring ran all the way through. lol

    Plated up with my wife's fabulous potato salad, and Gary's way good beans!

    And here's the confession. I had a rebellion at about 5 hours in and had to pull them early to save my skin. Another hour would have put the finishing touch on them, but my friends couldn't wait that long. They were still mighty tasty!

    Thanks for taking a look.


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