There’s a lot you can do! You can smoke, roast, grill and even bake in a pellet grill. Advanced users have gone beyond epic cuts of meat and made delicious breads and desserts as well.

They heat up super quick, a good pellet grill can get up to temperature in 15 minutes.
Advanced models come with the ability to set the temperature within 5 degree increments, and will maintain the set temperature for hours.
Pellets come in a variety of flavors—which gives you the option to experiment with flavour profiles.
Some grills offer the ability to do cold smoking.

Pellet grills require electricity, meaning that even if you have one small enough to transport, you’re going to need a generator or an inverter.
Pellet grills are quite expensive, at the low end you’re looking at $500, all the way up to and over $4000.
There is not much smoke at high temperatures, low heat cooking is best and can take a lot of time.

Overall, pellet grills are a great middle ground between the old school purity of charcoal or wood and the abomination that is gas.

Author's Bio: 

There are an increasing number of studies available which prove that grilling meat is much better for your health than other methods such as pan-frying, deep-frying,