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Four Pellet-Fueled Smokers to Enhance Your Outdoor Cooking

Add more flavor.
Add more flavor. (Amazon/)

The days of charcoal are all but over. Pellets are the outdoor cook’s new best friend and these versatile, pellet-fueled units will have you smoking, grilling, and baking in no time. They’re easy to use and deliver consistent results and tremendous flavor.

Do-it-all workhorse smokes and grills.
Do-it-all workhorse smokes and grills. (Amazon/)

The Razorback can grill, bake, roast, and, of course, smoke. It features an easy-to-read digital control panel with precise temperature control. The hopper can hold 11 pounds of hardwood pellets and the unit features 305 square inches of cooking area.

Easy, no-hassle smoking perfection.
Easy, no-hassle smoking perfection. (Amazon/)

The Holiday is an 8-in-1 unit that features a large 399-square-inch cooking area and a 10-pound pellet hopper. The automated feed system maintains temperatures between 180 and 450 degrees for simple, consistent results. The Holiday comes with a lifetime warranty.

Ideal size for the at-home cook.
Ideal size for the at-home cook. (Amazon/)

With 380 square inches of grilling area, the Renegade Elite is the optimal size for at-home use. As with all Traegers, the digital Elite controller precisely controls the temperature within 20 degrees with the turn of a dial. The unit includes a wire front prep rack and an integrated tool caddy.

Budget-friendly pellet performance.
Budget-friendly pellet performance. (Amazon/)

If you’re looking for a terrific pellet smoker/grill without a lot of bells and whistles, the Pit Boss is worth a long look. It features an impressive 440 square inches of cooking surface. You can dial in the digital temperature between 180 and 500 degrees and includes a removable warming rack.


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