Very few of us have a full-size barbecue pit in the backyard, and gas, barrel, and kettle-style grills just can’t compare to a real smoker. That’s where pellet grills come in. While relatively pricey, they are the most convenient way for a backyard chef to consistently get rich barbecue goodness. Other than what meat to lay on the smoky altar, the only decision you have to make is what to feed the grill itself. Here are a few woods to consider.