Char-Broil Tru-Infrared™ Grills

Grilling should be fun. Period. That’s why the forgiving Char-Broil® TRU-Infrared™ cooking technology was created. It’s the patented way of making sure your food and your cookouts are a huge success.

The name might sound rather scientific, but how it works is really easy. See for yourself.

Welcome To The Next Generation Of Outdoor Grills

Z Grills wood pellet technology allows you to achieve superior wood fire flavor at the convenience of propane or gas. Throw out those messy charcoal grills and get rid of your poor flavor producing gas grill and step up to a wood fired grill and smoker that will change your world. Get restaurant style BBQ with the ease of flipping a switch. Let our grill do all of the work for you!

Extremely versatile with a wide temperature range from 180°F to 450°F to grill, smoke, roast, braise, bake, BBQ or sear.

How Z Grills Work

Experience That Natural Hardwood Smoked Flavor

Get the full hardwood smoke flavor you’ve been looking for with a pellet grill and smoker. Not only are they easy to use but the hardwood pellets give your food such a full flavor. Never get bored with your BBQ again! 

Delicious Backyard Cooking Recipes

Smoking Salmon On A Wood Pellet Grill & SmokerBy Patio AdventuresNote that this salmon cure is very simple. Feel free to add things if you like. I've added bay leaves, chiles, thyme, garlic, and minced onion. All are fine but subtle. And since I often use smoked salmon as a base for another dish, I want mine to remain simple and clean-tasting.
Cooking A Full Turkey On A Wood Pellet Grill & SmokerBy Patio AdventuresTo brine or not to brine. Then if you decide to brine is it a wet brine or a dry brine? Having cooked Turkey all three ways I now do a dry brine. Here is a great article "The Quick and Dirty Guide to Brining Chicken or Turkey" that will explain the whole subject.
Smoked Brisket Recipe On Z Grills Wood Pellet Grill & SmokerBy Patio AdventuresThis smoked brisket recipe is a perfect option for beginners. Don't forget the mop sauce! Course: Main Course Cuisine: American Keyword: Brisket, Smoked, Z Grills Servings: 10 People Calories: 444 kcal Original Author: Charbel Barker *increase cook time by about 1-1.5 hours per pound of brisket.
Smoke A Whole Roaster Chicken On A Pellet GrillBy Patio AdventuresCourse: Entree Cuisine: American, BBQ, Barbecue Keywords: pellet grill smoked whole chicken, smoked whole chicken, whole roaster chicken on pellet smoker Servings: 4 -6 servings