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Green Mountain Wood Pellet Grill
We make a lot of sacrifices for the sake of convenience. Barbecuing is no exception to this rule, as we continue to grill food on a simple charcoal or gas grill, despite the fact that it would never taste as good as if it were cooked on a wood-smoked grill. But that sacrifice is no longer necessary if you own a Green Mountain Wood Pellet Grill.
The secret here is in Green Mountain’s special wood pellets, which distill the flavor of wood in a form that is simple and convenient to use. The grill itself is no slouch either, with a digital controller for precise temperature control and an array of other features, such as a thermal sensor that automatically adjusts the grill according to the outside temperature.
The only downside is the cost. At $1000, it is a little steep for a grill, but if you’ve got the scratch to make it work, you might want to head to Green Mountain’s website here.