3 hour smoke of Italian sausages in switch back ale

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  1. don2222

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    Hello
    Worked out great on this old GMG portable Davey Crockett. The new GMG portable is now called the Trek and has just arrived in our local warehouse. :)
    Set the grill for 250 Degs and let her rip for 3 hours with cut up onions, peppers, some brown sugar and 2 sticks of butter in a foil pan. Then throw the sausages and fill up with ale. :)
     

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    Did you boil the sausages first?
     
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    Did the sausage pick up a good smoke flavor? What kind of wood did you use?
     
  6. don2222

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    Oh, no
    3 hours on the grill cooks them right through. :)
     
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    Yes. A little ale and Smokey flavor. :)
    The pellets are the food grade Green Mountain Grill gold blend pellets.
     
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    Looks good! We love sausage,peppers and onions in this house. I've done something similar to this but smoked the sausages on the grates for about 1.5-2hrs then put them the pan with the peppers and onions for another hr.
     
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    You grilled the sausages in with the smoke and veggies for 3hrs, then put them in with the veggies?

    However, that looks yummy.
     
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    You can grill the veggies separately if you want that char on the veggies. Just personal preference.
    This way is the no fuss way, just throw them all in for 3 hours and just turn the sausages once at the 1.5 hour mark. Easy Peasy :)
     
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    Nice plates don!!!
     
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    We have that set.
     
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    Thats it! My GMG comes out of the shed today:)

    I just hope I can find those plates........