When it comes to smoking, there is a big difference between doing it and doing it right. The Camp Chef Woodwind Pellet Grill is a smoker that takes the guesswork out of preparing your meal perfectly.
The Woodwind is an electric smoker with a computerized controller. Simply set the temperature that you want and let the Woodwind take care of the rest. An auger carries the all natural wood pellets to an electric heating element. Those hardwood pellets generate the heat to cook your meal and the smoke to flavor it. The heat and smoke are carried to the cooking chamber where they circulate and cook your wild game, meats and other tasty morsels much like a convection oven would.
The computer controller allows you to cook at precise temperatures from 160-500 degrees Fahrenheit. An integrated temperature probe keeps you in tune with the progress of your smoking, which is easy to read with a dual, digital display.
Once your meal has reached the desired temperature you can finish off the cooking with a professional reverse sear. Simply fire up the propane powered searing box and get the flavor you are looking for from the ceramic coated searing grate that can reach temperatures of 900 degrees Fahrenheit.
When it comes to outdoor cooking, Camp Chef is a trusted name. The company has more than 25 years of experience bringing quality cooking products to market. That experience really shows when it comes to the Woodwind. With great features like four-wheeled legs for easy portability, a patented ash clean out system and a pellet hopper purge and clean out, Camp Chef simplifies your cooking and smoking so there is less work and more great flavor.
Good food doesn’t come easy. However, when it comes to great smoked food, the Woodwind by Camp Chef makes moist, delicious, smoked flavor a breeze.
We got to sample — and by sample, I mean gorge ourselves — with the pork loin in the video about at the recent Athlon Outdoors Rendezvous in Gateway, Colo. But in all sincerity, the flavor was out of control. A number of us kept sneaking away from the range to grab another piece.
For more information on the Camp Chef Woodwind, please visit CampChef.com.
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