Regardless, it’s worth mentioning the basic types of pellets available on the market to get you started. First there are the hardwood pellets, made from the sawdust from any specific type of hardwood, such as ash, cherry, maple, etc. Then there are different organic hardwood blends: a combination of different types of wood shavings and dust, giving them a customized, special flavoring. For beginners, we’d suggest getting a premium blend, just to be on the safe side (because you can’t go wrong with these). Even then, we’d like to mention a few types of pellets commonly used for different purposes:

This is the best part of the SmokePro LUX especially since you will use roughly the same amount of pellets in a single cooking session that you would with much smaller models like the SmokePro SE and STX. Except this larger model is just better given the increased amount of food you get out of it. Like all Camp Chef pellet grills, this LUX version uses an automated auger and fan to deliver just the right amount of fuel and oxygen to ensure pellets do not burn out too fast.
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.
In our hunt to find the Best Budget Pick, we checked quite a few low-priced smoker grills including the Camp Chef Smoke Pro Se Pellet Grill, the Traeger BBQ 155.01 Bronze Tailgater, and the Pit Boss Grills 440 Deluxe Wood Pellet Grill. We chose these grills to test out in particular because they all fall within the lowest price range for pellet smokers on the market, priced at $350-$400.
Big Horn’s largest available grill, the XL 1093 comes with a large cooking area of 1093 sq inches. With it’s low price tag of around $300 and a high cooking area, this product could have been a great choice for pellet smokers. However, we’d rather not suggest something that’s susceptible to rust and weather conditions to be kept outdoors at all times.
Like any other ideal pellet grill and smoker, this one has a smart easy cleanout design which allows the grease and oil that drip from the meat to drain outside the system into a bucket. You can easily clean this bucket within a minute. If you were worried about cleaning and maintaining your smoker grill, this feature should bring a smile on your face.
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