PELLET GRILLS MAKE BARBECUING EASY
Plug it in, fill the hopper with BBQ pellets, turn it on, set the temperature, and let the grill do the rest. Pellet grills are designed to allow one to take a hands-off approach to cooking by letting a controller do the majority of the work.
You don’t need to haul logs or arrange charcoal. You can put away the lighter fluid and flint. The Ignition sequence on a pellet grill starts with a single button press.
PELLET GRILLS MAKE COOKING FUN
Most of us are in this for the same reason – we love the outdoor cooking lifestyle. We love sharing great food with those closest to us and experimenting with recipes. We didn’t get into this because we love micromanaging a fire or cleaning.
Pellet grilling frees you up to have fun and do more of what you love and less of what you don’t.
Once you put food on your wood pellet grill, you don’t have to stand around and babysit it. The grill does the work, leaving you free to focus on friends and family.
PELLET GRILLS ARE SAFE
- Gas can explode.
- Charcoal and wood logs are messy and can smolder for days after use.
- Direct cooking over fire increases the likelihood of flare ups and grease fires.
- Pellet grills cook indirectly, meaning no open flame, flying sparks, or direct contact between fat drippings and fire.
PELLET GRILLS ARE THE MOST VERSATILE OUTDOOR COOKING MACHINE
If you can cook it on a stove or in an oven, you can cook it on a pellet grill. Not only will a pellet grill effectively replace your stove or oven, it will maintain and recover temperatures more quickly and accurately. Pellet grills use convection cooking which surround food with hot smoke and air, cooking food thoroughly and evenly, while keeping it moist.
Father's Day Is Coming
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