No longer have a need. Bought new from Home Depot 5/20. Lightly used and 3 of the probes are unused.
Asking $75 shipped to US48. Also have a Fireboard in another post and willing to make a deal for both.
Original Fireboard extreme edition that I lightly used. Purchased new from Fireboard 5/20 for $300.
Most of the probes are still in packaging.
2 ambient probes
6 food probes
2 grate clips
Box, paperwork and receipt
Worked great but no longer have a need. Also...
Tbh, I would keep one. If I were in your situation, I'd keep the kettle. Especially if you're used to high temp searing. Unfortunately, its one of the downfalls of a Traeger. GrillGrates help but it's still not the same.
I know they're nothing new but they're new to me and my new hobby. I picked up a set of bags and 14# Premium boneless rib loin after watching countless videos to elevate my steak game without breaking the bank ordering Waygu or dry age. I was skeptical after reading mixed reviews on opposite...
Awesome! I do the griddle side of the grates for burgers and it makes an awesome crust. Have to try a steak. Those grates really do absorb heat and the grill does rebound quickly when the door is opened/closed.
It's really a tossup if you want wood fire & smoke flavor then you go with a...
Yep, I've just regular seared on them many of times. Brought the steaks up to room temps letting them sit out then do a rotate, flip, rotate and rotate every 2-4 minutes depending on the thickness to get even cooking and marks/crust. I run a meat probe to make sure I nail the 127 degree mark...
Oh man that looks great! Let's see some finished photos. I just dropped mine in the Yeti in a towel for 2 hours of resting - just in time for dinner. That's the beauty of these Traegers, you can easily experiment and change temps on the fly and not even be home to do so. I think next brisket...
I'm doing a 16# Snake River now. On hour 8 and will be ready to rest soon. Hot and fast (thats what she said) - 275 all the way and wrapped with butcher paper at 165 and aiming for 205 to finish.
Did first spatchcock chicken yesterday. Came out awesome. Took about hour and half at 375 with the smoke tube. A nice coating of Holy Voodoo and Garlic & Herb. In-between the skin I poured some melted KerryGold with fresh parsley.
Not a bad deal at all. Similar to the deal Traeger was running a few weeks back where a new Ironwood or Timberline would get you a free cover and 2 bags of pellets. Of course I purchased not long before lol
Ace Hardware has a pretty good rewards program. I constantly buy drip liners, pellets...