Hubby’s New Toy: Pit Boss Pro Pellet Grill

For this past Christmas, we bought a Pit Boss Pro Pellet Grill as a gift to ourselves. But If I’m really being honest about it, it’s Hubby’s new toy, HAH. Which is fine and dandy by me. He’s been cooking a lot with it and I really need to post those recipes soon. I’ve figured I should post just the grill itself first. The Hubs is surely enjoying cooking his meat dishes and I’m enjoying eating. I’ll be sharing recipes soon. (THIS IS NOT A SPONSORED POST)

The Pit Boss pro series 850 is bigger. Hotter. Heavier…and now smarter! The PB850PS2 wood pellet grill features a digital pod control board and advanced technology for even temperatures, more all-natural hardwood smoke, and convenient wireless and blue tooth compatibility. Using our smoke it application, get ready to maximize your grilling experience, control temperature settings, monitor your grill’s meat probes, and more. The PB850PS2 delivers our renowned 8-in-1 versatility to sear, smoke, barbeque, roast, char-grill, braise, bake, and grill. With a temperature range of 180Ð – 500Ð? and our patented simple slide-plate flame broiler allowing direct flame searing up to 1,000Ð?. The PB850PS2 wood pellet grill has an 850 square inch cooking area with two tiers of removable cooking grids. This powerful machine delivers unbeatable results using 100% all-natural hardwood fuel.

Wireless and blue tooth capabilities
20 lb. hopper capacity
Pairs with the Pit Boss smoke it application
850 sq inch cooking area
Two meat probe ports with one meat probe included
Porcelain coated cast iron cooking grates
Grease management system with easy clean bucket included
Features simple slide-plate flame broiler(SOURCE)

He did a lot of research prior to buying the pellet grill. If you’re planning on getting one yourself make sure to read extensively about it and watch videos on YouTube. Not only is it an investment for a smoker grill, it involves a lot of patience and TIME. My suggestion is DO NOT get rid of your other grill(gas or charcoal, whichever you prefer). Pellet grill is for slow cooking and regardless of the kind of meat and recipe you’re making, it all takes hours. You’d probably need your other grill for small sized meat and/or your quick-grilled steaks.

 

Dexie Jane

Mother of 2. She drinks coffee everyday and wine on the weekends. She also devours massive amount of chocolate, pork, and sushi. She loves to dance in her living room and binge-watches KDRAMA, historical dramas, and excessive unhealthy dose of Crime/Murder mysteries/dramas/documentaries. She's a Bibliophile and a SHOEHOLIC!

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