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Lorena Smalley

We have been searching the internet for articles to share in our Man Cave…our section of the website dedicated to finding great articles, videos, and more for men!  We found a fantastic series of articles on lots of guys’ favorite past time in the summer…working the bbq for the family dinner!  Here is part 5 of our BBQ Series…

 

Part 05 – Three Things To Think About When Buying BBQ Grilling Pellets by the Editors of Field & Stream 

The competition’s heating up. Who’s really the best griller in the neighborhood?

You’ve invested in a new pellet-fueled grill because it takes a lot of the guesswork out of consistently grilling the best ribs and brisket in the universe. Oh baby! But you know just how critical it is to choose the right pellets, because, after all that’s BOTH your heat and your flavor.

Number 1: Use only hardwood

Pellets are formulated out of compacted sawdust. For grilling, the source of the sawdust is critical to providing a uniform heat with a minimum of ash. Grilling pellets should be 100% hardwood and preferably from the actual wood of the flavor being advertised. Avoid cheaper pellets that might contain byproducts picked up in the sawdust.

CLICK HERE to visit the Popular Science website to read what the other 2 essential factors in choosing what’s best for you.

 

 

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