I added a Rotisserie attachment to my Kettle Grill. I put a large Prime Rib on and it was excellentNow for the "Paul Harvey"... I have a couple of Ceramic Kamado's (BGE and Primo Oval) hanging around, a PKO, Hastybake Gourmet, Weber 21" Kettle, MAK pellet grill and a some gassers (Weber, AOG, Holland and Phoenix).
So if you have any particular questions concerning any of those particular grills feel free to ask.
Forgot to mention this with the Weber and Hastybake you can add a Rotisserie attachment and add that type of cooming to your arsenal also.
How would you spend your 800.00 assuming you had nothing to start with. Accessories, not included, but focus on basic equipment. You sound like you know what you are talking about, so please consider the original question and let us know your thoughts. Your answer is valid.I added a Rotisserie attachment to my Kettle Grill. I put a large Prime Rib on and it was excellent
looking for a quick responseHello. Please give me some recommendations for finding the best pellet grill. Currently, I use a gas grill quite a bit, but I'm looking for a medium-sized pellet grilling ribs(preferably under 40" wide so it can be used on the deck). I am waiting for recommendations from you guys.
I guess it’s time to climb aboard the pellet grill bandwagon. I looked around, read reviews, have many friends with them, but I still want more opinions. Tell me your story, what brand, troubles you’ve had, flawless function, features you can’t live without etc.....Sordova,
That is a great question, often debated and fought over. I have multiple grills in my herd and here is my 2 cents which BTW means zilch its your money.
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- "BLUF" Bottom Line Up Front I would go with something like Weber 26" Kettle with a SNS "slo n sear" or the equivalent SNS grill. This arrangement gives you a darn good griller and smoker with a great deal of grate space. So I have you in the charcoal briqs or lump realm.
- Nothing the matter with a pellet grill BUT they are not too well suited for straight stick grilling. Can they grill YES but just not the best at it. Then the smoking side they do a pretty good job of it with a bit lighter smoke profile. There are ways to ramp up the smoke profile (smoker tube etc). You do have a bit of maintenance/cleaning with these grills.
- Another option might be a Kamado you can grill and smoke with these and you use lump charcoal.
- If you are not a Weber fan a couple of other charcoal/lump grill options would be a PK grill either the PKO, PK360. The PK will out live you but have limited grate space, that is where that 26" Weber reigns supreme.
- Lastly here is one more charcoal briq/lump cooker that is a bit bigger than the Weber 26" will eat more into your $800 or over it and that would be a Hastybake Grill.
Interesting question, You need smoker and grill within 800 budget. I would recommend you to buy pellet smoker grill Combo. I have gone through the different models of smoker grill Combo by visiting websites. I would recommend you to visit website and check out new models of your own choice.Here is a hypothetical. You have an 800.00 budget to purchase smokers and or grills. How do you spend your money to maximize versatility, quality and technology?
I am interested I hearing your thoughts!