Wood Pellets

It doesn’t get any more essential than the fuel your grill uses. Pellet cookers are powered by electricity but create combustion with all-natural, hardwood pellets, which are made of compressed sawdust and contain no additives. Most pellets blend the flavor species (apple, hickory, mesquite, etc.) with alder or oak, 2 flavorless woods that are also readily available and safe to cook with. Be aware that you should never use heating pellets in a pellet smoker - they’re often made of untasty woods and binders that might be unsafe to consume. Shop Wood Pellets

Remote BBQ Thermometers (Wi-Fi/Bluetooth)

While higher-end pellet cookers tend to come with multiple probes that can be synced to smartphone apps, it’s never a bad idea to have extra remote thermometers on hand. They’ll allow you to monitor more pieces of meat than you could with the built-in controller alone, paving the way for bigger cooks and added peace of mind when you step away from the grill to have a few beers with your buddies. Shop Remote Thermometers

Pellet Storage

Remember how pellets are just compressed sawdust with no adhesives or other binders? That means they should never get wet, or else they’ll turn back into sawdust and become unusable in your pellet grill. Rather than leaving pellets in an ordinary bucket or in the bag — which can get wet when left on the ground — it’s wise to invest in a waterproof container so they’ll stay dry until it’s time to throw them in the pellet hopper. Shop Pellet Storage

Grilling & Smoking Racks

When you’ve got flavorful smoke circulating through your pellet cooker, wouldn’t you want to expose as much food to it as possible? Grilling racks enable you to fit extra slabs of brisket, racks of ribs, and whole pork butts inside the uniformly heated barrel of your pellet smoker. Some racks can even be placed vertically within the grill, opening the door for massive cook sessions capable of feeding huge crowds. Shop Grill & Smoker Racks

Grilling & Smoking Tools

With so many awesome pellet grill accessories out there, it’s easy to forget about the basics. Tools like a spatula and tongs are essential no matter what kind of grill you have, while meat forks are borderline necessary when handling giant meats like pork loin or a rack of ribs on a pellet smoker. Leather gloves and a good apron also come in handy when dealing with briskets that need to be wrapped, unwrapped, and moved into a cooler to rest. Shop Grill & Smoker Tools

Pellet Grill Covers

We strongly recommend grill covers for every type of grill, but they’re especially important for pellet smokers. These grills contain electrical components that are essential to operation, and if they were to become wet, your pellet cooker would basically become an expensive paperweight. The only way to be totally confident that excess water won’t creep into the guts of your grill is to use a grill cover that fits your specific model. Shop Pellet Grill Covers

Brisket-Slicing Knives

Is there anything more beautiful than a clean knife cut right through a dripping brisket? That glistening perfection can be yours with expertly crafted brisket-slicing knives, which were forged to cut through even the toughest cuts of meat. Our selection of brisket knives comes from both Japanese and European manufacturers, allowing you to choose the style that works best in your kitchen. Shop Brisket-Slicing Knives

Marinades & Rubs

To enhance the delicious, smoky flavors you get with a pellet cooker, it’s best to have a variety of marinades and dry rubs on hand. Good seasonings can make all the difference, especially when it comes to slow cooks where they have more time to bind to your ribs, brisket, or whole chicken. Sauces in particular can be a real game-changer in pellet smokers because smoke sticks to wet surfaces better than dry surfaces. Shop Marinades & Rubs

Ash Vacuums for Pellet Grills

Keeping a clean pellet grill is the key to repeated smoking success, and it’s often as easy as clearing out leftover ash inside the grill body. Using an ash vacuum is the simplest and quickest way to keep your smoker in peak condition — just plug in your battery and get to work. Ash vacuums come with fire-safe filters in the event you pick up still-lit embers, along with a variety of nozzle attachments for customizable cleanup. Never clean out your pellet grill by hand again! Shop Ash Vacuums

Cast Iron Cookware

Though many modern pellet grills are equipped with designs and accessories for searing, some models still struggle to reach the high temperatures necessary for this popular cooking technique. Cast iron cookware is a great solution to this problem because cast iron is excellent at conducting and retaining high heat. Just place a cast iron skillet on your pellet cooker while grilling your steak, then give your meat a reverse-sear in the skillet for a deliciously caramelized crust. Shop Cast Iron Cookware