I've seen them, or similar at farm & fleet by the pellet stoves and a few say made with Douglas Fir.I imagine isn't going to be the good hardwoods either that are good for flavoring meat. I wonder how many people use them for pellet grills given the price difference. Or maybe they are not even the right size/shape as used in pellet grills?
This is what being stuck inside with no grill work being done will cause.
Jon,Or you can be stuck with a lot of honeydo’s and too much other work... I do have at least one gas grill ready to roll out of my new shop and a cool personal kettle just about finished. Also progress on a couple other projects. Having even a dinky, poorly designed “shop” is starting to pay dividends. I just need more TIME!