I contacted Bob B., General Manager at Hearthland, to see about a Chicago area dealer. Even thought the Memphis Pro owners that I know love their grills, I wanted to touch and feel one for myself...
Memphis Grills in the News
We received some nice little pub over the weekend and wanted to share with y'all:
20 Essentials for Summer Entertaining
Instead of using traditional fossil fuels like charcoal or gas, consider a grill that uses 100 percent natural wood pellets. Memphis Wood Fire Grills combine the very best parts of a real wood fire, a convection oven, a high-end gas grill and a smoker. You can tell the grill what temperature you want your meat to reach and when it hits that temp it automatically switches to the lowest heat setting to keep your food warm. The new kid to the barbecuing block is earning some major cred.
Check out the full list here: living.msn.com
Outdoor Kitchens are Hot
And then there are grills with so many features that they resemble outdoor kitchens rolled into one unit. Memphis Wood Fire Grills use natural wood pellets as fuel instead of the traditional propane or charcoal and, as such, provide even heat so you can bake a pie on the grill like you would in an oven. Seared steak, baked bread, roasted turkey, smoked meats: these are all possible with the grill’s oven-style functionality.
See the full article here: NewHomeSource.com