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How Pellets Dramatically Improve Flavor Over Gas & Charcoal

While all BBQ Grills ultimately cook with flame, the fuel source generating that flame drastically impacts the flavor and quality of the recipe. While propane, natural gas and charcoal can cook, each fuel source also has distinct disadvantages that prevent the full taste and flavor in a recipe from emerging. Comparing Pellet Grills to Charcoal, Gas and Wood BBQ Grills Flare-ups frequently occur in a charcoal grill. The flame is unpredictable, dancing up-and-down. When the flame touches the food in an [...]

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Fast Eddy FEC120 – Great Pellet Commercial Smoker Oven

The Fast Eddy’s by Cookshack FEC120 smoker is a 100% wood pellet smoker with the Cookshack IQ5 electronic control system. The FEC120 features an offset firebox and a convection fan to circulate smoke and heat for steady temperatures throughout the unit. It is the perfect choice for operations who cook moderate amounts of smoked foods or barbecue.   SPECIFICATIONS Cooking Capacity 150 lbs. pork butts, 120 lbs. brisket, 90 lbs. ribs, or 30 chickens per load Shelves/Grills (5) 23×17″ Nickel Plated Grills Cooking Area 1,955 sq. in. or 13.5 sq. [...]

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Why The Fast Eddy’s FEC120 Commercial Smoker Oven is So Good

Designed specifically for restaurants, caterers and other food-service operations, the FEC120 combines the features of the Grand Championship winning FEC100 with the offset firebox and convection fan of the Fast Eddy’s by Cookshack rotisserie units. With a potential capacity of 150 lbs, Fast Eddy’s FEC120 smoke-cooks the full range of pit barbecue foods to smoky perfection. Built in the USA, Fast Eddy’s FEC120 barbecue pit will work 24 hours a day turning out excellent succulent low-and-slow wood-smoked foods. It is inexpensive to run and [...]

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ID cards likely for teens at pools

ID cards likely for teens at pools SCHENECTADY Teenagers will likely have to produce photo identification to enter all of the city’s four municipal pools this summer, an effort to cut down on vandalism and troublemakers hopping from pool to pool. Schenectady County Youth Bureau director made a short presentation to City Council at its committee meeting Monday night with the proposal, which would require all children over the age of 14 to produce a school ID, driver’s license [...]

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