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    Traeger Grill/ Smoker - Fav recipe

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    Queenofcamping
    Mon Jul 05, 2010 2:47 pm
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    My husband made ABT's on his (atomic buffalo turds) and they were wonderful. If you have never heard of them they are Jalapeno cut in half with cream cheese, a cocktail smoky, then other half of jalapeno then wrapped in bacon. My kids even loved them. The bacon, cocktail smoky, and cream cheese tone down the jalapeno.
    PacNwTragerluvr
    Sun Jul 11, 2010 12:41 pm
    Newbie "Fry Cook" Poster
    Tomco, I get my traeger well above 400 degrees. With the digital thermostat, if you pull out the switch itself (2 screws) there is a little dial on the back of the baord that is numbered 0-9, 0 being the lowest temperature setting. If you haven't already done so try adjusting that while your traeger is on high and see if you can increase your overall high temp. Even with mine set at 0 for smoking purposes I still achieve 400+ high temp. Anyways, just a thought, good luck!!
    tomco
    Sun Jul 11, 2010 5:12 pm
    Newbie "Fry Cook" Poster
    Thanks! I will definitely keep that in mind. Since first writing about the problem, my digital readout started sticking on 32 degrees. I called Traeger and they said this was an error code that means the probe is faulty. They are supposed to send me another one. Thanks again for the tip.
    Andy's Barbie
    Tue Sep 28, 2010 9:14 pm
    Newbie "Fry Cook" Poster
    I own a Barbeques Galore Store in Cairns Australia and also own a Traeger. It is an awesome BBQ and I have cooked everything from Pork to Duck and cannot fault it. The Cookbook that comes with it covers every aspect of Meats, Seafood and Vegetables and is all you need to get you started from there on it is your own inventiveness that achieves the success. Traeger smoked Onions, Potatos and Tomatos are nothing short of spectacular.
    Mommy Diva
    Tue Oct 26, 2010 12:14 pm
    Forum Host
    My husband and I have been talking about buying this as our joint Xmas present this year. Everyone's posts really seem to be positive. I know I love smoked meats... I grew up with my Grandpa smoking fish etc in the garage and just crave it.

    Recently, my DH was cooking at his racing club and was introduced by another member to what a Traeger was and what it could do for a run of the mill hot dog.

    I told him I was cwrtain I could find good insight and recipes on here...I'm glad I found this thread. Are there more btw discussing Traeger? Any helpful info for someone looking to ourchase before I head to my local Traeger shop?
    TraegerOhio
    Sat Jul 21, 2012 8:42 am
    Newbie "Fry Cook" Poster
    I have been cooking on open fires for over 30 years. This past year in my old age I got my first Traeger grill. Other than stir fry, any recipe you have for an oven or cook top can be made in this grill. This morning I had French toast and bacon. Yes the toast was on the grill and not a pan. I have made cakes, muffins, pizza, pig, chicken, beef, lamb, fish, and all the grilled vegetables you can think of. With a cast iron pots and pans you can cook everything elsa you want. The Traeger will smoke, grill, and bake. Meat loaf is the best. That is on the menu for tomorrow.
    2 lb beef, 1 lb sausage, seasoning you like, roll in servings for one, stuffed with a small piece of cheese like smoked cheddar or garlic and herb. Put on smoke for 3 + hours or until cooked to your liking. Cover with your favorite sauce.
    How about this:
    Pork loin about 10’’ long. Poke a hole in the middle and stuff it will a sage sausage. Season it with you favorite rub. Wrap it in a bacon weave or just lay it on top. Set Traeger on smoke for 4 + hours or until the loin is up to a cooked temp. 160 f for me. Turn up the temp on the grill to 325f until the bacon is crispy. Coat the bacon with your favorite BBQ sauce and cook till it is candy. Let it rest. Try not to eat it all at once. This was not my idea so I must give credit where it is do. http://www.smoking-meat.com/
    Chef #2356629
    Wed Aug 08, 2012 4:56 am
    Newbie "Fry Cook" Poster
    my favorite dish is hog roast.
    Red Apple Guy
    Wed Aug 08, 2012 11:41 am
    Forum Host
    Welcome to the forum, hogroast.

    Red
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