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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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Smoking Times and Temperatures Chart: A Detailed Overview

Want to know how the smoking times and temperature affects your meat? Do not fret over it, we are here to explain to you just how easy it is to do it. After you’ve been through it, you’ll already be armed with your thermometer, meat, and smoker to plan your BBQ. Smoking (meat and fish and veggies) is another type of cooking involving mainly the process of cooking the food by exposing it to smoke from a burning material, most [...]

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Sweet Potato Nachos on the PG1000

Sweet Potato Nachos are a healthy and filling snack. Use the indirect side of the PG1000 to grill your sweet potatoes. Layer over whole grain chips, top with black beans and corn and finish with a homemade cheese sauce!

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Smoked Eggs (for Deviled Eggs)

Around the holidays, kitchens get busy and burner space is limited. Use your smoker to help out! Smoke your eggs this year instead of boiling them. Not only do they taste great, but you have one less thing in the kitchen!

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