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Grilla Grills
Mar 2017

How Does Grilla Grills Fare in the Pellet Grill Jungle?

By Bob McCarthy

In a fairly short period of time, Grilla Grills has gone from a relative unknown to a rising brand in the pellet grill world. Although they've been in business for several years, it wasn't until they moved production overseas and switched to direct sales that they were able to lower their price to a more competitive range.

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Mar 2017

Traeger Lone Star Elite: Everything You Need to Know

By Bob McCarthy

Made exclusively for QVC, the Traeger Lone Star Elite has a different look and alternate features than Traeger's primary grills, giving the impression that it’s unlike any other model in their lineup. However, despite its QVC showcase and bundled packaging, the Lone Star is very much like other Traeger models, each of which have benefits that may make it a better grill choice for you. (Read our Pellet Grill FAQ)

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Green Mountain Grills Offer a Lot, But Are They Worth Buying
Feb 2017

Green Mountain Grills vs Traeger

By Bob McCarthy

Green Mountain Grills has become one of the most popular pellet grill brands on the market thanks to a WiFi option and plenty of standard accessories. But does WiFi capability and included extras mean that Green Mountain Grills are worth the purchase?

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Feb 2017

First Look: Kamado Joe 2017 Updates

By Bob McCarthy

The first months of the New Year bring a deluge of announcements about new grill releases. Often the hype proves unwarranted, with too many manufacturers touting minor updates to last year’s models. This year, however, there are some highly anticipated releases worthy of your attention. Among them is Kamado Joe, who in February will unveil new versions of their ceramic grills with impressive new features that will set the bar for kamado grills.

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Jan 2017

Winter BBQ is the Best BBQ: Here's How to Make it Easier

By Bob McCarthy

BBQ is known for being hard-core. Whether it’s the long hours or the meticulousness of the process—trim, rub, wait, mop, wrap, wait, sauce, rest, wait—there’s a sense that BBQ is not for dilettantes. Yet despite its reputation, for many people BBQ is fair weather food, cooked exclusively from April to October, forgotten from the winter freeze until the Spring thaw.

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