Tag: built-in pellet grills

  • Best Built-in Pellet Grills for 2024

    Best Built-in Pellet Grills for 2024

    These grills seamlessly integrated into outdoor kitchen setups, providing a sleek and functional cooking solution for both amateur and expert cooks.

  • Traeger Timberline Pellet Grill Review

    Traeger Timberline Pellet Grill Review

    If you’re in the market for a new Traeger grill, read this comprehensive review.

  • Coyote 36-Inch Pellet Grill Review

    Coyote 36-Inch Pellet Grill Review

    Specifications 1056 square inches of total cooking space 175 to 700 degree F. temperature range 15-pound pellet hopper with dual auger system Stainless steel plate cooking grates Direct sear cooking area Electronic temperature control system works Insulated airtight lid Three temperature probes Self-cleaning firepot and pull-out grease and ashtray Made in China by Coyote Outdoor…

  • Memphis Elite Pellet Grill Review

    Memphis Elite Pellet Grill Review

    Not all pellet grills have to look like a metal barrel with a pellet hopper stuck on the side. Memphis Pellet Grills have been building better, prettier pellet grills for years. The Memphis Elite Pellet Grill is the pinnacle of its product line. Constructed of all 304 stainless steel and designed to look like a…

  • Twin Eagles 36-Inch Pellet Grill

    Twin Eagles 36-Inch Pellet Grill

    It is the pinnacle of pellet grills. A luxury grill from one of the best manufacturers in outdoor cooking. The Twin Eagles 36-Inch Pellet Grill costs over $10,000USD but exists in a class all by itself. derrickriches.com is supported by you, our readers (the smartest, best readers in the world). We may earn an affiliate…

  • Grilla Silverbac Pellet Grill Review

    Grilla Silverbac Pellet Grill Review

    Full Review – Grilla Silverbac Pellet Grill When Grilla Grills, then Fahrenheit Technologies, introduced the original Grilla Grills Pellet Grill, they didn’t follow in anyone’s footsteps. That pellet grill was unique in every way and extremely efficient. But it suffered from a limited capacity cooking chamber. That first pellet grill though was successful and innovative enough…