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What a treat! The steaks came out juicy, tender, and packing big beefy flavor.
For the crust, I started with an olive oil base, and rubbed down with coarse salt and fresh cracked pepper.
Whether you’re brand new to Traeger, or a seasoned pro, these four products will make your smoking experience even that much better. Frankly, we think the company should ship these standard with every grill!
I took the opportunity of the first three day weekend of the year to try my hand at a full packer brisket. A “packer” contains both the point and flat.
Weighing in at 16 pounds, and $2.99/lb at Costco, this was by far the most ambitious (and expensive) cook yet! Video below shows all of the basic steps in the recipe. At bottom are a number of links where you can find the tools of the trade that made this LONG cook a success (remote thermometer, utility knife, Traeger Century 22, etc). Let’s get started …
When we haven’t done a recipe before, and are cooking for a big party or family gathering, we like to do a dry run a week or two before. As you saw with our Traeger Turkey Recipe Review, it’s usually flawless. But we always seem to learn something that improves the final product. Taking our end product from good to great!
After looking at a dozen or so mouth-watering Prime Rib recipes around the web, we decided to improvise on Traeger’s Garlic and Herb Stuffed Prime Rib Roast.
Give your chicken some wood-fired sizzle and kick with this recipe! We love our fajitas with a hint of hickory smoke, but you can go with more or less, depending on your preferences. We also like that restaurant-style sizzle! Here’s how to make them at home on your Traeger or pellet grill…
UPDATE 12/20/17: Another fantastic prize has been added to the Giveaway. Bringing the total value up to $129!!! Check it out below.
On the heels of our inaugural #BestofBBQ list, we thought the end of the year was a great time to look back, and review all the great Traeger creations and good-times in 2017!
Today, we’re announcing a #BestofTraeger Photo Contest & Giveaway…
One of the things we always look forward to when we eat out at PF Changs are their chicken lettuce wraps. So savory, tangy, and fresh. Another favorite pastime of ours is trying to recreate restaurant-quality (or better) dishes at home!
This is our tenth or so attempt at perfecting PF Chang’s lettuce wraps at home, and they really do just keep getting better and better.
ONE (1) Bottle of Traeger Sugar Lips Glaze, 16-oz ($9.99 Value)
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HOW TO ENTER: ⠀
Visit the Traeger Fanatics Facebook Group to learn how to enter. Free to join! Open to current or new group members only.
Contest opens Wednesday, December 6, 2017 at Noon (12:00PM) PT and ends Friday, December 8, 2017 at 11:59PM PT. This offer is valid only within the continental United States.
By entering, you agree to the Official Rules.
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Everyone in our house loves steak. We also love tacos. As regular readers know, we make both. A lot. But besides sweet potatoes, asparagus, and potatoes — we’ve never really tried smoking many vegetables.
Last night, we expanded the playbook, and think we finally nailed it. So we put together this quick little how to video for you…in under 60 seconds …