Rich, it's not just pellet grills and/or smokers,.... in my opinion (LIKE IT OR NOT), it's WEBER getting into the "lazysmoker" sellout.Come on Jim tell us how you really feel about pellet poopers.
You don't use smoke wood in your kitchen oven do you?Sounds like cooking in a kitchen oven?
Jon I just missed out on a Rec Tec 4 months ago. Price was too good to pass, but he gifted it to his SIL.I never want to abandon classic charcoal bbq. Artisanal sounds like a great name for it! But, I DO enjoy bbqing with my pellet grill, too. Hopefully there is room for both and gas grilling, too!
Rich,Today I'm going to do some St. Louis ribs on the performer, it's a hi heat cook that I'm perfecting from my experiences with HH baby backs. Why the performer and not one of the gassers, because I can get a better taste profile with charcoal and smoke wood. The gassers cook just as well and the smoke wood adds a nice pleasant flavor but the charcoal adds something to the taste.
So the performer is the tool of choice on this cook. Just like a hamburger or even a steak it's hard for me to tell the differences between the two on short cooks.
If I get a pellet grill I will be really interested to see where that falls on a HH cook.
Jon I just missed out on a Rec Tec 4 months ago. Price was too good to pass, but he gifted it to his SIL.