At You Need a BBQ, we preach meat trimming. Whenever you are prepping a piece of meat, you always need to trim the fat, take a little bit off the edges, round the corners or more. In doing that, you do often reduce the amount of fat on a piece of meat, but don’t worry, on lots of BBQ meats, we replace it with new fat to help jack up the flavors. Here we are going to give you a rundown of a few of our favorite fat products that can be sprayed, rubbed, or poured over your meat to give it that extra fat punch.
When it comes to finding a grill that can burn both wood pellets and natural gas, there are only 2 options. Option #1 is to convert a Pit Boss 1230 Combo grill to natural gas. Option #2 is to upfit a Camp chef grill with a sidekick side burner with natural gas conversion burner and a grill box. Both are good options, but they both bring about certain challenges which we will go over here.
For several years I’ve been running a Pit Boss 700 SC. It’s been a great grill. Reliable, fuel efficient, wimple to use have and produced some great BBQ along the way. Even though it still runs like a top , I bought this grill before we started up You Need a BBQ and I thought it was time to upgrade to one of our new options as there are so many cool new grills out there.