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kev dan

Love my Daniel Boone!


Pros: Great temp control. Made very well. Very easy to use. I use it to cook everything. Veggies, meat, etc.

Cons: I now have a 4 burner grill on my deck that I don't use

Great bang for the buck.  All you do is turn it on to the temp you want, and wait for it to heat up....  Stays with in 1 degree of your target temp... I am on my 4th 40 lb. bag of pellets.  Everything I cook comes out very juicy.

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Makes Smoking a Very Frequent Event


Pros: Well Built, Stable Temperature Control, Versatility

Cons: Typical Pellet Grill Hot Spots

This grill is a great value and has increased our smoking habit 5X at our house. Set and forget temp control... mine is always +/- 2 degrees from setting. I have an MES40 which I still use at times, but this gets much more use since we can cook just about anything on it, steaks, veggies, shrimp, chops + all of the typical smoked goodies.... and believe what you hear about take and bake pizza & bacon.. wow It will produce a lighter smoke than a stick smoker but less concern about over smoking. If I want to add more smoke I use the AMAZN Pellet Smoker in conjunction with it. The remote control seems like overkill, but get it anyway... I did a butt overnight last weekend and it was...
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Ryan Johnson



Pros: Ease of use, Easy temp control, remote control is great, easy to clean, excellent food,

Cons: none

I have owned my Green Mountain Grill Daniel Boone model for almost a year.  I must say that it is by far the easiest smoker that I have ever used.  There is nothing that you cannot do on this grill.  You can smoke low and slow, and even sear steaks.  The temp range is between 150 and 500 degrees.  The temperature is so easy to control.  All you have to do is set the controller at your desired temp and the control maintains its temperature.  I have used it for smoking pork bellies, salmon, sausages, turkeys, hams, chickens, and fish...All with great results!  The remote control unit is so easy to use.  It makes it very conducive to sit inside...
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GMG Daniel Boone WiFi Model - Best Pellet Smoker/Grill on the market for under $1000


Pros: WiFi Control, Full of Features, Meat Probe Thermometer, Start Up and Shut Down Processes, Easy to Update Firmware, Easy Assembly, Large Inside Height

Cons: None So Far

I just got a GMG Daniel Boone WiFi model about 3 weeks, for a pellet smoker under $1000 there is nothing to beat it.  I compared hard against the Traeger and there is just no comparison the GMG far out feature and out perform the Traegers http://greenmountaingrills.com/comparison-chart/.  I have used mine 2-3 times a week so far and have done Beer Can Chicken, Pork Butt, Chicken Wings, Chicken Breasts, Burgers, Beef Roast, Roasted Green Beans, Asparagus, Brussel Sprouts, Potatoes, and even baked bread.  Everything has come out perfect, love the built in meat thermometer and WiFi control means I can check in on my grill and meat while watching the game or race.  ...
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Jim Bowie and Davy Crockett Tailgate WIFFI Grills


Pros: By far the best two grills i have ever owned! Wireless and control of heat anf flavor is the best!

I own two GMG Grills and they blow the competition away by a long shot. Thicker gauge steel with precise control functions and especially the wireless setup. All of my recipes come out perfect. You can smoke your meat at 190 degrees or sear a steak at 500 degrees with no problem.

GMG Daniel Boone w/remote grill review


Pros: Very easy to use. Decent heat control. Nice extra features. Good build quality.

Cons: Takes a little work to know the grills temps and issues

    I've had the GMG Daniel Boone grill since the beginning of February.  It's been used in temps down to zero without any problems using the GMG insulating cover.    What I like about pellet grills is their ease of use and the quality of food it produces.  As with any new grill you need to run it with a good grill thermometer. This will give you an idea of any hot spots or uneven heat distribution on the grill surface.  I use a Maverick ET-732 dual probe set to help with the process.  A bit of tinkering gets a heat profile across the grill within 10 to 15 degrees across the surface.  The ability to set the temps and have them stay in...
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