How many times do we get finished smoking things like steaks, chicken, etc. and we need to put a sear on something or crisp up the skin on the chicken or get some grill marks on the burgers or hotdogs? I don't know about you, but I usually fire up the grill or use the broiler in my oven to take care of these items that need a little extra something.
Whether you enjoy smoking, or if grilling is your passion, the Camp Chef® SmokePro Deluxe helps create the perfect meal! From the backyard to the campsite, this pellet grill and smoker cooks up your favorite dish. Durable and heavy-duty, this smoker/grill boasts outstanding temperature sensor gauges to eliminate the guessing associated with smoking. The SmokePro provides internal cooking temps and internal food temps for delicious results.

GrillGrates(TM) amplify heat, prevent flareups, make flipping foods easier, keep small foods from committing suicide, kill hotspots, are easier to clean, flip over to make a fine griddle, and can be easily removed and moved from one grill to another. You can even throw wood chips, pellets, or sawdust between the rails and deliver a quick burst of smoke to whatever is above. Every gas grill needs them.
How many times do we get finished smoking things like steaks, chicken, etc. and we need to put a sear on something or crisp up the skin on the chicken or get some grill marks on the burgers or hotdogs? I don't know about you, but I usually fire up the grill or use the broiler in my oven to take care of these items that need a little extra something.
Enhance your back patio cookout with our revolutionary new SmokePro SG pellet grill featuring Slide and Grill Technology. Switch s...eamlessly between Indirect and Direct Flame mode to achieve 2 delicious flavor profiles all on 1 capable grill. Slow cook your favorite cut of beef or slide the grill knob and toss a few burgers on for some direct wood-fired grilling. The new SmokePro SG features a taller cook chamber with additional rack space as well as a larger capacity hopper for increased cooking space and eliminating the need to top off your grill with pellets mid-cook. Stocked with the patented Ash Cleanout System, stable temperature regulation, and dual meat probes, the SmokePro SG is the only pellet grill you need to achieve wood-fired flavor. Color: Bronze. read more
The SmokePro SG is one of the lucky two pellet grills to feature Camp Chef’s relatively new Slide & Grill technology. As we stated earlier, this innovative technology allows you to switch from low heat smoking mode to direct flaming on high heat for serious grilling business. You can make this transition through the simple pull of a knob. This combined with the more-than-generous cooking space of the SmokePro SG means you can cook a ton of food in one go. A word of caution though – make sure to clean the drip tray thoroughly before opening up the firebox for direct heat access. This will prevent fat in the drip tray from reacting with the open fire and literally send your food up in flames.
The 4-burner LP gas grill is easy to use thanks to features such as an integrated ignition. The porcelain heat plates on this back...yard gas grill give you a handy place to rest food while you are cooking. Backyard Grill 4-Burner Stainless Steel LP Gas Grill:480 sq in cooking surface187 sq in warming rack28-burger capacity60,000 total BTUs4 stainless steel tube burners, 12,000 BTUsStainless steel flush side burner with cover, 12,000 BTUsPorcelain heat platesIntegrated ignitionSeamless welding stainless steel double-top lidPorcelain-coated cast iron cooking gridPorcelain steel wire warming rackPorcelain bottom bowlStainless steel tube handle on top lidPowder-coated steel cart with black front panelTemperature gauge on lid2 wheelsBottle openerUses a standard 20 lb LP gas tank (not included)Dimensions: 54.4"L x 24.3"W x 46.3"H5-year burner warranty; 1-year limited all other partsModel# BY13-101-001-12 read more

4. Temperatures were constantly all over the place. For example, on 70-80 degree days I learned to set my controller at 180 if I wanted to cook at 225-230. It was not uncommon to see temperature swings of +/- 30 degrees. Some Traeger users will tell you "yeah but did you play with the p-settings?" Why? Why would I want to have to constantly adjust a setting to make it hold a temp within +/- 5 degrees. Let's be honest. Most people want to set it and forget it. I fall into that category. This particular problem was so frustrating I went and bought an igrill 2 to monitor the internal smoker temp. As a note to this, I also bought 3 different brand controllers to try and remedy this problem with no success. Beyond frustrating!!
This grill is not ideal for everyone, but it’s close for me. It’s my favorite grill of all the grills I’ve ever owned and I’ve owned a lot of grills from a lot of manufacturers. I wish it had WiFi connectivity. I’m not one who wants to be able to turn the cooker off and on with my phone, which means a hacker could do that too. I would just like to be able to monitor the temp from inside as well as set a threshold so the unit alerts me when my meat hits that temp.
I id not purchase this item from Amazon, a local retailer had them on sale but none the less this a great smoker at any cost. I have compared it to the far more expensive smokers and I have found that this one has a much stronger, better built main body. The metal is of a heavier gauge of steel. Cheap smokers are separated from more expensive ones a lot by the electronic controls. Tis model has a control from 160 degrees up to 500 in 25 degree increments. It maintains a constant temp within a few degrees of where it has been set, always a problem on other smokers not of the pellet design I have used. Pellet consumption is modest and the Camp Chef brand pellets are the cheapest I have found. and work extremely well The ash cleaning system is a matter of dumping a cup after use with very little ash left over. The grease trap system is perfect. I see no reason to spend more for a pellet smoker that couldn't perform any better than this one. I would recommend it to anyone in the market for one. They are a set it and forget way to do your smoking.
The Camp Chef Woodwind Pellet Grill was chosen as our sixth choice because it lacked some features found in our Top 5 picks, especially when it came to cooking flexibility. While it does offer an impressive 6-in-1 cooking experience, it lacks an auto shut-off feature, which makes it less of a “set it an forget it” kind of smoker. The grill is rather heavy, at an overall weight of 146lbs. It’s also more expensive than the rest, even though it offers similar (even less) features. It’s a decent choice if flavor is the only thing you’re looking for.
You can achieve both direct and indirect cooking through the flame broiler, which also channels the grease away. The best part of this grill is that you get a wide porcelain coated surface of about 900 square inches to satisfy a large crowd. On top of that, you get a main surface of 633 square inches and an upper cooking rack of 280 square inches, which is also removable. Louisiana Pellet Grill will aid any aspiring cook to grill vegetables, burgers, steak or smoke fish, jerky and ribs any time with confidence.
While the Green Mountain Grills Davy Crockett Pellet Grill is compatible with most iOS and Android devices, I want to stress, check the compatibility of your device with the grill before purchasing because it would suck to buy this grill only to find out that this feature is not compatible. Also, if you do not plan on using the grill on some elevated surface, the legs are not tall so the grill sits close to the ground. Regardless, this is a GREAT smoker: your meat will come out tender and juicy with that authentic BBQ taste we all love! Neither of these cons affects the quality of your BBQ and both can be worked around.
Most people recommend the Green Mountain Grills smoker for its affordability, despite its plethora of features including Open Flame Technology, which ensures that meats are thoroughly cooked. But what impressed us the most was its Sense-Mate feature. For a budget pick, we were surprised to see that it had some of the most advanced technologies that even the most high-end products use. There’s no denying that you’ll get more than what it’s priced at!
Pellets not Lighting: It’s a simple issue. There is a problem either with the connection of your lighting rod or a damaged system. Repairing the wiring, if that’s where the problem is, might be a little complicated for most. So, for the average griller, the best and the easiest option is to replace the lighting mechanism altogether. When you buy the replacement part, it will come with a detailed instruction manual that anyone can follow.
As with all Camp Chef pellet grills, the XXL uses the patented Smart Smoke Technology to control and maintain heat output. At the push of a button, the automatic ignition will light up the burner pot but you must first fill the hopper with fuel in order to get a fire going. The temperature dial starts from as low as 150F to a high of 350F, plus you can opt for the Lo Smoke and Hi Smoke presets that automatically choose the grilling temperature for you.
Grilling for a large group of people, such as family and friends, is possible with this grill through the ultra-wide grilling area, so everyone will get their bite once the cooking is done. To get the best grilling performance, Camp Chef Pellets are recommended since they produce better and convenient grilling heat. The pellets are pure wood, so it is assured that your flavor won’t be affected in any way.
The souped up Ortech style, notched dial controller not only provides thermostatic, set it and forget it cooking, but also has a dual LED readout that toggles between your set cooking temp and internal meat temp monitored by a stainless steel meat probe included with the unit. In addition to notched temp settings of 175F to 400F degrees, the controller has "Shutdown", "Feed", "High", "Lo Smoke", and "Hi Smoke" options. Our temperature tests indicated Lo Smoke temp is about 175 and Hi Smoke about 210. So what's the big difference between 175 and lo smoke, and 225 and hi smoke? Camp Chef says there are slight differences in the settings, mostly in the auger timing. In the 2 smoke settings the auger allows pellets to smolder more than burn.
"Enjoy special pricing on the remaining stock of our pro-PC grills, some with minor cosmetic blemishes. With this sleek pellet gri...ll, all cooking is at your fingertips. Digital controls make it very easy to set up a 5 hour smoke for a brisket or set it at 350 to bake a cake. This is truly an outdoor cooking center. No more wood chip add-ons to a charcoal or gas grill, this pellet system will allow you to smoke, sear, or bake with perfection every time. With critical surfaces coated with porcelain enamel, rust is a thing of the past. The porcelain enamel coating literally puts a coating of glass over the steel with a durable, easy-to-clean glossy finish."Temperature range 180-650 fHopper capacity 23 Lbs.Grill cooking area 718 sq. In.Grill grid porcelain enamel finishConstruction material: Steel, porcelain enamel, powder coatingAssembly required: YesOrigin: ChinaProduct dimensions: 52"W x 45"H x 32"DWarranty: 1-Year read more
Its warming rack gives you an additional cooking or heating space in addition to the primary cooking area. The cooking height of 32.5 inches allows you to cook a variety of meats and foods, and makes full utilization of its large area. It can work in temperatures from 160F to 400F, which gives you a large range of cuisines and dishes to cook. Cleaning this smoker is easy due to the removable ash can and the grease drain system that collect the waste automatically.
As the owner of a small owned family restaurant that specializes in smoked meat, I have spent years mastering my craft. With this site, I hope to share that knowledge with you and to recommend the tools that I have been using for years to make delicious meals for my customers. It is my sincere hope that we can all rally together on my site and share our love Barbecue. Please take a look around feel free to ask any questions you like.Thank you for stopping by our website. Thank you!
Hey Michael! Great idea. I have both and love them both. I think they are really comparable in terms of functionality. The Woodwind’s sear box is glorious and I still use it all of the time to hit those super high temperatures. The SG wins in terms of size capacity, both in the pellet hopper and the internal grill space. I love the direct heat technology built into the drip tray and I’ve used it on everything from steaks to burgers and then closed it off for low and slow smoking on some chicken lollipops. Each grill kind of serves their own purpose, so I would think about what you’d be using your grill for most often.

Do you enjoy hassle and stress-free living? If you want to enjoy the juicy smoked BBQ ribs with your friends and family without feeling disturbed, then the automatic smoker is the top choice for you. The automatic smoker, a pellet smoker, makes for an ideal choice. Do you know why it has it has earned the reputation of the best among all the easy to use smokers? You will find the automatic features incredibly easy to use and this convenient product’s simplicity stands out.

We Did'nt Have to Overcrowd The Grill: There's nothing worse than overcrowding your grill, it prevents anything from cooking. We couldn’t contain our excitement when we saw home much room you get, over 560 cubic inches!!! If you like cooking for family and friends like me, you will glad to know you can feed everyone at once. It can get quite tiresome if you have to cook in batches.

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