Instructions For Pellet Grills & Smokers: 1. Cooks wood pellets in the hopper and fill to the top; 2. Start the grill or smoker per instructions and bring to temperature; 3. Place food on grill and cook to until desired doneness; 4. Fan will circulate the rich, flavored smoke infusing food with an authentic taste. Instructions For Traditional Grills & Smokers: 1. Light to turn on grill to bring up temperature; 2. Place about 1/3 cup of pellets in non flammable metal container such as a pellet tube smoke box or place inside a heavy aluminum pouch and place onto the grill grate above the heat source/flames. Make sure they are hot enough to being smoking; 3. Once smoking begins, place food onto the grill and close the grill cover; 4. Check frequently to make sure pellets are smoking and not flaming. Wood Pellet Storage: Store unused pellets indoors away from moisture and heat. Pellet Guide: All grilled foods are delicious with any added flavor of wood pellets. Here are recommended pairings: Apple (strong, sweet, fruity): poultry; ribs; pork; fish; veggies; lamb. Cherry (delicate, sweet, fruity): poultry; ribs; pork; fish; veggies; lamb. Hickory (popular, hearty, strong): beef; poultry; ribs; pork; veggies; lamb. Mesquite (traditional, strong, spicy): beef; poultry; ribs; pork; veggies. Oak (mild, woodsy): poultry; ribs; pork; fish; veggies. Pecan (warm, mellow): poultry; ribs; pork; fish; veggies; lamb.