Reviews and Ratings Of Grills, Smokers, Barbecue Pits, & Outdoor Ovens
In the beginning pellet cookers were used mostly as smokers because they didn't really have high temperature grilling ability. After more than a decade of design revisions, most pellet burners still cannot do both well. Introduced in 2010, the Fast Eddy's by Cookshack PG1000 takes an innovative approach to being both a low and slow smoker and a fast cooking grill... Read More
In the beginning pellet cookers were used mostly as smokers because they didn't really have high temperature grilling ability. After more than a decade of design revisions, most of the pellet burners still cannot do both well. Introduced in 2010, the Fast Eddy's by Cookshack PG1000 took an innovative approach to being both a low and slow smoker and a fast cooking grill... Read More
Green Mountain describes their small portable Davy Crockett smoker as the Ultimate Tailgater Pellet Grill. There's a lot to like about Davy Crockett and a few negative issues that must be pointed out, but given the lack of choices for compact portable pellet smokers, Davy Crockett rises to the top of a very short list... Read More
The Memphis Advantage is their mid-range product and it shares the same sturdy double wall cooking chamber, the same digital controller with meat probe, and the same heavy duty 0.312 diameter stainless rod cooking grates as the larger Pro and Elite models, but is only offered in 430 grade stainless. Pro and Elite may be purchased in top grade 304 stainless... Read More
The Memphis Elite, launched in March 2012, is the largest cooker in their impressive line of luxury pellet smokers. Memphis Pellet Smokers are extremely well built and designed. We tested the Memphis Pro and Meathead himself proclaimed it, "one of the best cookers I've ever had the pleasure to use". They may be ordered as drop-ins for installation or on a cart... Read More
The Memphis Pro competes well with any pellet burner on the market. Certainly, none is better looking. It is available on a cart or as a built-in. In 2010 the manufacturer sent us a cart-mounted stainless steel Pro to test... Read More
The Memphis Select is the smallest in their line of luxury pellet smokers. It is similar to the Advantage but lacks the side shelves (they are optional), and the lower shelf. The cooking grates are 0.25" nickel plated rods, and the warming grate space is smaller... Read More
The Cookshack Charbroiler CB036 is a commercial, pellet fired grill meant for professional use. It comes in a smaller 24" model and larger 48" model. Unlike most pellet cookers that are designed for smoking, Cookshack's Charbroilers reach searing temps of 700° to sizzle steaks and burgers while imparting a nice whiff of smoky flavor... Read More
Englander's 21-PG100 Pellet Smoker was designed in conjunction with Fast Eddie Maurin, whose award winning pellet smokers are well known on the competition circuit. Indeed the PG100 has many similarities to Fast Eddy's PG500. Unlike most pellet smokers that are indirect ovens, both the PG100 and PG500 have one direct and two indirect zones... Read More
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