It's almost Father's Day so get ready to fire those grills up! Well what if you need a grill or pellets? One of the best brands out there is Green Mountain Grills. Green Mountain Grills have many different options between pellets! These bags of pellets are 28 pounds and come in apple, gold blend, fruitwood, and Texas blend!
Apple Blend Pellets
Apple blend is the tried and true pellet flavor! It includes apple, American hickory, and red oak! It is one of the most popular flavors because it is very rounded going great with anything!
Gold Blend Pellets
Gold blends provide a really nice subtle flavor to the grill! It is a blend of red oak, American hickory, and mountain maple wood providing one of the longest burns available on the market!
The fruitwood blend consists of orchard cherry, American beech, and sweet pecan! Many competitors in the grilling game love these pellets due to the light smoke packed with flavor!
Texas Blend Pellets
The Texas blend pellets are an excellent choice to cook any meat with! These are made with black oak, American hickory, and Texas Mesquite! The smoke flavor is strong and makes for an amazing scent and taste!
Come into your nearest M&D to get you some amazing pellets to cook with!
In the previous blog I went over the different styles of Derksen portable barns. There were many differences and the cabins have even more. Derksen has five different styles that come with many options to choose from. the five different styles are cabins, lofted barn cabins, side lofted barn cabins, deluxe cabins, and deluxe lofted barn cabins.
The Derksen cabin does not have shelves in it. It comes with a 4' porch. It also includes three 2x3 windows, and a 9-light 36" door. There are four different materials that can be used to build the Derksen Cabin, as well as the other four we will be going over. The materials are painted, treated, urethane, and z-metal. The smallest size is the 8x12 and can go as large as 16x50.
Lofted Barn Cabin
The Derksen lofted barn cabins do have the same door and window set-up as the Derksen cabin. The difference with these are the two lofts on each end of the building. These can be made out of painted, treated, urethane, or z-metal as well. The sizes are the same as the cabin coming in anywhere from 8x12 all the way to 16x50.
Side Lofted Barn Cabin
The Derksen side lofted barn cabin has the door and 4' porch on the side. It comes with the standard three 2x3 windows as well as the 9-light 36" door. The sizes range from 10x20 to 16x50.
The deluxe cabin is an excellent option if you are wanting a beautiful wrap around porch. The building comes with the three standard 2x3 windows and the 9-light door. Throughout all of the building materials, the sizes range from 12x32 to 16x50.
Deluxe Lofted Barn Cabin
The deluxe lofted barn cabin is the same as the deluxe cabin, except for there being the lofts. The standard building has the three 2x3 windows and 9-light door!
There are many customizable options on these buildings so contact your nearest M&D Enterprises & Lawnmower Shops or call (580)886-2345!
The Original Barn
Side Lofted Barn
For more information contact us at (580)886-2345 or visit any of our five locations across Western Oklahoma!
Keeping your grill pellets fresh and dry can determine whether you enjoy your personal grilling experience or not. It is an overlooked step but don't worry, this quick guide will help you get the most out of your grill. Here's a quick video showing the difference between the two.
Why Wet Pellets Are Bad
Wet Pellets are not good for your grill because will have a hard time igniting. These will also cause much more smoke than usual and can even produce creosote. A high level of creosote can cause a burning sensation in the throat, mouth, or even stomach pain. This can be very harmful to cook with.
How To Know If They Are Wet
Wet pellets and dry pellets are fairly easy to distinguish. Dry pellets have more of a smooth shine, while wet pellets are darker and break off into several pieces when snapped.
Traeger StayDry Pellet Bin
Traeger has came out with a bin to keep your pellets dry