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How Your Traeger Works "It's easy to stand back and gaze in awe at the smoking metal masterpiece that is your Traeger and think, "It must be magic." Well, we hate to ruin some of the smoke and mirrors, but it ain't magic. ..." Type: Post http://www.traegergrills.com/teamtraeger/post/2013/07/27/How-Your-Traeger-Works-DRAFT.aspx
Spinach and Mushroom Stuffed Turkey Meatloaf We absolutely love meatloaf cooked on the Traeger, in all of its' tasty variations. I mean, we've made Cajun Style Meatloaf, Chili Glazed Meatloaf, even BBQ Chipotle Meatloaf. There is just something exciting about taking an old stand-by dinner and turning it into a most-requested family favorite simply by adding some new ingredients and cooking it on a Traeger. In this delicious variation, we used lean ground turkey instead of the traditional ground beef and filled the meatloaf with a tasty mixture of onions, mushrooms, spinach, and cheese. Oh, and then we topped it with bacon. Because, you know, bacon. So do yourself a solid favor and take meatloaf night up a notch on the flavor pole. Type: Post
Categories : How To, Recipes, Step-By-Step Guide, Tricks And Hints
Tags : turkey meatloaf, stuffed turkey meatloaf, spinach and mushroom meatloaf, bacon wrapped meatloaf, turkey
http://www.traegergrills.com/teamtraeger/post/2014/04/07/Spinach-and-Mushroom-Stuffed-Turkey-Meatloaf.aspx
Spicy Buffalo Pork Tenderloin The idea of "buffalo-ing" something was started in the 1960's in Buffalo, New York as a late night snack for a few hungry, growing boys. Although Teressa Bellissimo used the then less-popular chicken wings, we have supple pork tenderloin on our hands and can't resist rolling it in buttery Louisiana hot sauce and Traeger'ing it. Smoke, butter and hot sauce certainly do a pork tenderloin good. Type: Post
Categories : How To, Recipes, Step-By-Step Guide
Tags : pork tenderloin, buffalo pork, spicy, nice dinner, sunday dinner
http://www.traegergrills.com/teamtraeger/post/2013/07/21/Buffalo-Pork-Tenderloin.aspx
Traeger's Texas Cowboy Shrimp The months with r's in them have just begun again, which means BRING ON THE SHRIMP! In honor of the "shellfish re-opening" we have brought out for you our almost too good to be true, Texas Cowboy Shrimp from the Traeger's Everyday Cookbook. This wild west twist on your classic shrimp dish can be enjoyed hot off the Traeger or even devoured as a cold appetizer. Type: Post
Categories : How To, Recipes, Step-By-Step Guide, Tricks And Hints
Tags : shrimp, seafood, texas shrimp, cowboy shrimp, gameday food, party, holiday, appetizers,
http://www.traegergrills.com/teamtraeger/post/2013/10/05/Texas-Cowboy-Shrimp.aspx
Mashed Potato & Bacon-Crusted Beef Tenderloin "Meat and potatoes are so epic they should have earned a special title, like "the holy duality". (We were thinking like "the holy trinity" but for two...) Yeah. It's a stretch. That one probably won ..." Type: Post
Categories : How To, Recipes, Step-By-Step Guide, Tricks And Hints
http://www.traegergrills.com/teamtraeger/post/2014/10/20/Potato-Bacon-Crusted-Beef-Tenderloin.aspx
Marinated Teriyaki Beef Skewers These quick-cooking Teriyaki Beef Skewers are a great option for a weeknight meal when you don't have lots of time to spend grilling before your hungry entourage turns angry mob. We've even been known to prep a double batch and throw the second bag of marinating beef in the freezer, ready to pull out and cook at a moment's notice. The salty and sweet ingredient combo in this simple marinade infuses the lean beef with tons of flavor. Pair with our Spicy Asian Brussel Sprouts and rice for a tasty meal your whole family will love. Type: Post
Tags : marinated beef skewers, beef skewers, teriyaki beef skewers, beef, oriental,
http://www.traegergrills.com/teamtraeger/post/2014/04/10/Marinated-Teriyaki-Beef-Skewers.aspx
Sweet 'n Smoky Barbecued Ribs Perhaps there is something fundamentally carnal in all of us, or at least most of us, that dates back to our primal knuckle-dragging, fire-waving ancestors that makes us crave and adore meaty, charred, smoke-kissed ribs. Whatever it is, if you need an excuse it's safe to blame genetics for the reason why you've single-handedly polished off the whole rack. With these Sweet 'n Smoky Barbecued Ribs you get double the sticky meat by using spare ribs. (or if you're attached to baby backs you could always sub in those - just cook them for less time.) No matter what, with the combo of smoke, pork and a lip-smacking sauce it's a win-win. Type: Post
Categories : How To, Recipes, Step-By-Step Guide, Tricks And Hints
Tags : smoked ribs, sweet and smoky ribs, barbecued ribs, bbq ribs, pork ribs
http://www.traegergrills.com/teamtraeger/post/2014/07/05/Sweet-n-Smoky-Ribs.aspx
Spicy and Sweet Sticky Ribs AKA Damn Good Ribs "  We love the euphoric combination of sweet/spicy/smoky on all things coming off of our Traeger. This recipe for Spicy and Sweet Sticky Ribs hits all three of those flavor notes perfectly with ..." Type: Post
Categories : How To, Recipes, Step-By-Step Guide, Tricks And Hints
http://www.traegergrills.com/teamtraeger/post/2014/11/13/Spicy-and-Sweet-Sticky-Ribs.aspx
Leftover Ham & Egg Grilled Breakfast Pizza After a busy holiday dinner, the last thing you want to do is spend extra effore preparing breakfast the next day. With some leftovers, your Traeger, and a few minutes of time you can have a breakfast that may just ousthine the glory of the night before. Type: Post
Categories : How To, Recipes, Step-By-Step Guide, Tricks And Hints
Tags : left overs, breakfast, breakfast pizza, ham and egg pizza, brunch
http://www.traegergrills.com/teamtraeger/post/2014/01/02/Leftover-Ham-Egg-Grilled-Pizza.aspx
How to: Grilling a Whole Beef Tenderloin A wise person once said, "Make friends with your butcher and it will be a relationship that will never fail you." We live and eat by that every single day and it makes all the difference. Your friendly butcher will trim your meat, in this case the tenderloin, removing the ends that taper which will help it to cook more evenly and in turn you won't be paying for the overcooked ends. Type: Post
Categories : How To, Recipes, Step-By-Step Guide, Tricks And Hints
Tags : whole beef tenderloin, beef tenderloin, grilled beef tenderloin, beef, how to
http://www.traegergrills.com/teamtraeger/post/2014/06/06/Whole-Grilled-Beef-Tenderloin.aspx
Grab a Plancha and make Bacon Banana Pancakes! Breakfast is the paramount meal of the day. (And, yes. The most important too!) You have every excuse and right to go as sweet or as salty as you want. You can even mix the two (and pile it high!) without any loathsome eyebrows being raised in your direction. The meal is your oyster and you can choose pretty much anything that you want for breakfast and get away with it. Type: Post
Categories : How To, Kitchen and BBQ Gadgets, Recipes, Step-By-Step Guide, Tricks And Hints
Tags : pancakes, banana pancakes, bacon, breakfast, plancha, cast iron
http://www.traegergrills.com/teamtraeger/post/2013/04/27/Grab-your-Plancha-and-make-Bacon-Banana-Pancakes!.aspx
Overnight Double the Meat Breakfast Casserole One of the reasons why we love breakfast in bed so much is because it's effortless and magically appears in your lap before you've even put your socks on. Well, don't get your hopes up. We can't promise that this breakfast will miraculously appear in your bed BUT it's about as close as we can get. Type: Post
Tags : breakfast casserole, breakfast, sausage, meat casserole,
http://www.traegergrills.com/teamtraeger/post/2013/05/28/Breakfast-Casserole.aspx
Grilled Skirt Steak with Fresh Grilled Peach Salsa What exactly is a skirt steak? The skirt steak often gets confused with a flank steak. Skirt steaks are actually the diaphragm muscle, situated just below the ribs on the cow. The outside skirt steak is below the rib and between the brisket and flank. It usually comes with the membrane still attached and needs to be trimmed before you cook it so you don't end up with a mouthful of eternal chew. (Use a sharp knife to cut and pull this membrane off.) When you think outer skirt, think fajitas. Type: Post
Categories : How To, Recipes, Step-By-Step Guide, Tricks And Hints
Tags : skirt steak, grilled peach salsa, beef, steak, fruit salsa, summer, party food, cookout,
http://www.traegergrills.com/teamtraeger/post/2014/07/12/Skirt-Steak-with-grilled-peach-salsa.aspx
Traeger Camping: Salmon Tin Foil Dinner Recipe Here at Traeger, the perfect camping food has to meet several qualifications before we will pack it up and put it on our grill. Camping food must be delicious, easy to eat (no tough cuts that require a knife; knife+paper plates=messy lap), simple to pack in and out, and should be mostly prepped at home. Tin Dins absolutely fit all of our camping qualifications, and are a staple on any outdoor adventure. Tin Dins are pretty traditional camping fare, including hamburger patties, layered with potatoes, onions, and veggies. Any variations are good variations. We have seen Tin Dins filled with sausages, chicken breasts, and fish. Just for fun, we took ours up a notch and used wild caught salmon. However you cook them, make sure to slice all of your veggies extra thin to allow for even cook times and temperature test your meat for doneness. Type: Post
Tags : salmon, tin foil, camping, quick, healthy
http://www.traegergrills.com/teamtraeger/post/2013/06/19/Traeger-Camping-Salmon-Tin-Dins.aspx
Traeger Camping: Camping Cast Iron Meals The weather is finally starting to warm up and that means it's time to pull out your marshmallows and bug spray and go camping! So what's the best camping accessory? Type: Post
Tags : camping ideas, how to camp with traeger, power inverter, camping recipes
http://www.traegergrills.com/teamtraeger/post/2013/06/18/Traeger-Camping-Cast-Iron-Meals.aspx
Ultimate Traeger Paella "  I decided one day to take a poll around everyone I knew and asked them, "Have you ever had a Paella?" I was pretty floored to find out that not one person I am in contact with said yes. To b ..." Type: Post
Categories : Recipes, Step-By-Step Guide, Tricks And Hints
Tags : Paella, seafood, chicken, clam, lobster, sausage, 1 pan, rice
http://www.traegergrills.com/teamtraeger/post/2014/07/27/Ultimate-Traeger-Paella.aspx
Irresistible Spicy Honey-Garlic Chicken Wings Ain't no thing like a chicken wing! And these Spicy Honey-Garlic Chicken Wings are not messin' around. ...although they are messy. This sauce is suck-on-your-fingers good. There is no shame in getting a spoon to scoop up every last drop of the sweet hot sauce deliciousness. (or licking it straight off the pan) Type: Post
Categories : How To, Recipes
Tags : spicy wings, sweet wings, chicken wings, honey garlic wings, irresistible wings
http://www.traegergrills.com/teamtraeger/post/2013/03/19/Irresistible-Spicy-Honey-Garlic-Chicken-Wings.aspx
Thai Red Curry And Brown Sugar-Rubbed Salmon With Avocado Crema Deviating from those tried and trusted classic seasonings can be intimidating. But, fear not. We are here to be your flavor safety net and wipe away any hesitance and misconceptions that you may have about the fabulous new additions to the famed Traeger spice family. We'll highlight some excellent recipes for you to make to break in these robust rubs. They are definitely risks worth the reward. Type: Post
Categories : Recipes, Step-By-Step Guide, Tricks And Hints
Tags : avocado, avocado sauce, thai red curry salmon, salmon, seafood
http://www.traegergrills.com/teamtraeger/post/2013/09/01/Brown-Sugar-Thai-Rubbed-Salmon.aspx
Getting to Know your Beef Ribs: "Shiners" vs. Hand Butchered Beef ribs are typically overlooked in the world of BBQ in favor of pork ribs. This is often because the only beef ribs available at your local super market are what the BBQ world derisively calls "shiners." The term refers to ribs that have had so much meat butchered off that the rib bones "shine" through and are visible. Shiners are common in the world of beef ribs because butchers can get top dollar for the prime cuts of meat that come attached to the rib bones (like the prime rib, or rib-eye). Butchers cut as close to the bone as possible to maximize the amount of meat on the pricier cuts and then sell the excess ribs as cast-offs. As a result, beef ribs are typically inexpensive but have very little meat. Some serious BBQ folks completely refuse to cook shiners because the effort it takes to get tender, flavorful ribs isn't worth the tiny amount of meat that's left at the end of the cooking process. It's a crying shame, really, because beef ribs are full of flavor. Type: Post
Categories : How To, Recipes, Step-By-Step Guide, Tricks And Hints
Tags : beef ribs, how to beef ribs, shiners, how to cook ribs, beef ribs recipe, man food, tips, tricks,
http://www.traegergrills.com/teamtraeger/post/2014/09/08/Getting-to-Know-your-Beef-Ribs-Shiners-vs-Hand-Butchered.aspx
Grilled Buffalo Blue-Cheese Corn Fresh, golden ears of corn are coming into your farmer's markets, supermarkets and gardens in droves right about now. And they taste so deliciously sweet that you've probably been tempted to devour them raw a time or two. Well, hold off on the corn feast until after you try our Buffalo Corn, a recipe concocted by recipe guru, Nancy Loseke. It's a quick recipe (perfect for tailgating) that harnesses all of those finger-licking "buffalo" flavors with a hot sauce-butter, a sprinkle of celery salt and a generous heaping of blue cheese. Type: Post
Categories : How To, Recipes, Step-By-Step Guide, Tricks And Hints
Tags : corn, grilled corn, buffalo corn, blue cheese, summer, gameday, sides, tailgating
http://www.traegergrills.com/teamtraeger/post/2013/09/06/Buffalo-Blue-Cheese-Corn.aspx