Fast Eddy's™ by
Cookshack Pellet Grill

The only pellet grill on the market that uses charbroiler technology, allowing you to get the same great flavor as the high-end commercial grade charbroilers. If you can't see the fire, you're just cooking in an oven. This pellet grill is stainless steel with front opening doors and has an easy to use front-access ash drawer which makes ash removal simple. Leaves behind about 3% ash. Proudly made in the USA!

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Cooking Capacity: You can cook a full turkey or meal for a whole family!

Cooking Surface: Direct: 3/8 304T Stainless Steel rod grate; Indirect: Nickel Plated Grills

Cooking Area: 784 square inches: 10" x 18" direct cooking; 18" x 18" indirect; 10" x 28" top rack; warming drawer 19" x 13" x 4"

Temperature Settings: 600° F maximum

Shipping Weight: 330 lbs.

Included Equipment: Warming Drawer, Side Shelf, Operator's Manual, Casters, 40 lbs. Hickory Pellets, Pellet Drop, Meat Probe Slide Opening, Utensil Holder

Fuel Usage: 1.2 lbs to 2 lbs pellets per hour at 400° F

Construction and Insulation: Non-insulated

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FAQ

How does an offset smoker work?

In an offset smoker, wood or charcoal is burned in the firebox, creating smoke and heat. The smoke and heat then travel into the cooking chamber, where the food is placed on racks or grates. By regulating the airflow and temperature, users can control the cooking process and achieve the desired level of smokiness and tenderness in their BBQ dishes.

What types of fuel can be used in an offset smoker?

In an offset smoker, wood or charcoal is burned in the firebox, creating smoke and heat. The smoke and heat then travel into the cooking chamber, where the food is placed on racks or grates. By regulating the airflow and temperature, users can control the cooking process and achieve the desired level of smokiness and tenderness in their BBQ dishes.

How do I maintain the temperature in an offset smoker?

In an offset smoker, wood or charcoal is burned in the firebox, creating smoke and heat. The smoke and heat then travel into the cooking chamber, where the food is placed on racks or grates. By regulating the airflow and temperature, users can control the cooking process and achieve the desired level of smokiness and tenderness in their BBQ dishes.

Can I use an offset smoker for grilling as well as smoking?

In an offset smoker, wood or charcoal is burned in the firebox, creating smoke and heat. The smoke and heat then travel into the cooking chamber, where the food is placed on racks or grates. By regulating the airflow and temperature, users can control the cooking process and achieve the desired level of smokiness and tenderness in their BBQ dishes.