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The Life of a Grill Wood Pellet

Wood pellets are to wood fire grills what charcoal and gas are to more traditional (and let’s face it, less tasty) backyard grilling machines. But where did these fuel sources originate? And what exactly makes up a “pellet” anyway? Get all the facts on your Memphis Grills’ favorite fuel below. History of a Pellet The...

BBQ Terms for Beginners

Grilling can be a very tricky skill to master. There is fire involved, food, heat, the elements and a whole host of other distractions and obstacles. While we can’t hold your hand (the one without the tongs/spatula/thermometer in it), we can guide you on some common (and not so common) barbecue lingo. The next time...

Upcoming Events

Indiana Flower & Patio Show - March 8-16, Indiana State Fairgrounds A place where you the consumer can see, touch, and get familiar with some of the most advanced outdoor cooking units on the market all in one location.  Outdoor grilling & cooking, and outdoor kitchens in general are part of a rapidly growing “outdoor...

Battle of the Barbecue Styles: US Edition

In South Africa, it’s braai. The Philippines? Lechón. And if you’re visiting Argentina, make sure you’re asking for asado. Pretty much everywhere in the world, people have put their own stamp and twist on cooking over an open fire or grill. In the US though, it’s barbecue we’re crazy about, but simply loving barbecue isn’t...