Originally Posted by Campster
Stick with choosing a wood pellet grill..No messy charcoal, nothing extra needed to get the fire started and no propane to dry out or flame up while cooking. Just bring a bag of pellets on your journey and fill the hopper up, turn on the power and let the magic begin...I have cooked everything on mine from pizza to bacon...Don't try cooking bacon on a gasser without calling the fire department first. These things are duel purpose smoker/grills that are easy to use and add nothing but flavor to your cook.....When I first got a pellet grill for home use 10 years ago I set my gas grill on the curb with a free sign on it, I do not miss that thing.
For simplicity and if you want to look like a championship bbq cooker, its smoker all the way...fill it, set it, let it do its thing. ...then answer 1000 questions from your camping neighbors about it....and ive even made bread in a smoker!!!...it was amazing....
My commercial infrared cooker is the only other i use as much...it will hit 750+ degrees quickly and doesn't flare up....