It doesn’t get better than a massive tomahawk steak on a Traeger grill. Smoke these ribeyes for up to an hour, or until their internal temp reaches 120˚F. Crank up the heat, sear both sides, and serve up some beefy wood-fired flavor.
Experience the wood-fired difference with this Grilled Lemon Pepper Pork Tenderloin recipe. Tenderloin on a Traeger means you can count on juicy, perfectly cooked pork every time. Add in a zesty lemon pepper marinade, plus pure hardwood flavor, and you’ll be in hog heaven.
We’re Traegerizing this T-bone with a reverse sear, smoking this famous cut low-&-slow until it reaches an internal temp of 125F. Cooking this steak on a new Ironwood or Timberline? Make sure to activate Super Smoke Mode for even more wood-fired flavor. Finish it all off with a quick 5-minute sear on each side on High and you’ll be good to go, especially with that smokin’ Bloody Mary sauce on the side.