What’s Cooking in 2021?
Its February 25th and Spring is in the air here in the Midwest. Ok, ok..maybe I’m rushing things just a little, but after a year like 2020, I think we all deserve to treat ourselves a little. And what better way to treat yourself, your family, friends than by cooking a delicious cut of meat (or several of them😂) on a new wood pellet fired ZGrill?
Charcoal vs Wood Pellet
Charcoal is more of a ‘traditional’ grilling fuel, if you go by Midwestern standards. Be that as it may however, as outdoor cookery has become a high art these days, wood pellet fired grilling has become the grill fuel of for many a Grill Master.
There’s little room for doubting that even if you prefer the ease of use that charcoal provides, if F-L-A-V-O-R is what you’re aiming for, you should really consider giving WOOD PELLETS a try this grilling season.
Here’s 3 reasons WHY.
- TASTE: The wood fired, smoke provides whatever you prepare natural wood-fired taste. If you hate that lighter fuel taste that so often comes with using charcoal, you’ll love cooking with a ZGrill wood pellet grill or smoker.
- LOW & SLOW: Flame-ups are kept at a bare minimum because the flame is kept away from the food. No need to worry about burning your meat; the temperature stays right where you want it to produce a juicy hunk of meat. The cooking is done by ‘convection’. These type of grills use a lid to keep the heat in and they cook at a lower temperature so the meat will be cooked more evenly.
- CHOOSE YOUR FLAVOR: Wood pellets come in a variety of ‘flavors’. Try each one for a different aroma and taste. Cherry, Oak, Maple, Mesquite, Apple, Hickory, Pecan…and others..
For more detailed information on cooking with a wood pellet grill, click the button to read about the variety of smokers and grills, wood pellets and more that can be found at our sponsor: ZGrill.com (This site contains affiliate links to products. We may receive a commission for purchases made through these links)