Z Grills Smokers Review

Z Grills is a brand known for making smokers very similar to those of Pit Boss and Traeger. Most of their products are pellet grills that work by burning wood pellets to create heat and smoke. Pellets are stored in a hopper placed on the side of the grill and are automatically fed into the firebox by a mechanical auger.

Pellet smokers are perfect for people who want a model that is very simple to use. And, with pellet grills, it can’t be easier. All you have to do is load the hopper, set the temperature, and let the grill do all the work. In addition, pellet grills are a great choice for those who want to infuse their food with that tasty, smoky flavor, but don’t want to deal with the mess of cooking with charcoal.

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Pit Boss vs. Traeger – Which Pellet Grill Is Better?

You finally managed to save up some money and decided to invest it in one of the best pellet grills. But, with so many amazing models available, it can be very hard to decide which one should you get.

Traeger and Pit Boss make some of the most popular pellet grills on the market today. And, if you start asking around or reading reviews, you’ll get plenty of opinions. Every person will end up defending their grill and slamming the competition, so finding an objective opinion is a difficult task.

Each brand makes grills that have distinct features. Pit Boss grills tend to keep the natural flavors of the food intact, whereas Traeger is all about injecting your food with authentic barbecued flavors. Comparing both brands, in general, is a difficult task since each of their grills have specific features. That’s why we decided to give you first a brief comparison of the two brands and then we’ll focus on their most popular products.

When it comes to Pit Boss, it seems that buyers usually go for the Pit Boss 700FB Pellet Grill. However, one of the Traeger’s most popular models is the Pro Series 22 Pellet Grill and Smoker. Keep reading to find out the difference between these two models.

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ThermoPro TP-20 Wireless Thermometer Review

Grilling is a skill that takes time to perfect. And, it doesn’t matter if you’re a beginner or a pro, having a wireless grill thermometer will make your life easier and help you make mouth-watering chicken, steaks, and burgers. One of the best wireless thermometers on the market is the ThermoPro TP20. It comes packed with features that will take your grilling experience to the next level and help you cook meat, veggies, and pizza perfectly every time.

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Bradley Smoker Reviews

Bradley Smoker Reviews

Bradley, also known as Bradley Smokers, is a family company and one of the most recognizable names in the outdoor smokers’ industry. The company was founded in the 1970s, and that is one interesting story.

Once upon a time, there were two men; one knew how to catch salmon but he had no idea how to smoke it. Funny enough, he became the founder of Bradley’s electric smokers. How did this happen you may wonder? Well, one day he met a master smoker who wanted desperately to learn how to catch salmon. Bradley’s founder gave him some tips and got some great smoker recipes in return.

Back in the day, the entire smoking process was much more difficult. That is what motivated the founder of Bradley to come up with smoker designs that will make the entire process easy and enjoyable.

People behind Bradley smokers know that the most important part of the entire smoking process is controlling the smoke. That is why the company makes sure that its products are characterized by outstanding performance.

There are only three models of electric smokers that Bradley manufactures and we’ll cover below (almost) everything there is to know about them! If you already own one of these smokers and are looking for ways to get more for your money, check out our article on Bradley Smoker replacement parts & accessories.

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