Traeger "Must Have" Accessories - Master Thread

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Traeger Grease Bucket Liner 5-Pack

  • Compatibility: Fits the new Pro series 575 and 780, Ironwood 650 and 885, 20 series, 22 series and 24 series grills
 
Every great pit master needs a great knife. I just purchased this Tivoli meat cleaver.


The listing says VG10 steel hardened to 60 HRC. However, the blade is stamped 1.4116 German Stainless which is actually more appropriate for a meat cleaver. VG10 steel is more suitable for a thin blade like a filet/sushi knife.

The blade is heavy. The blade is sharp and makes quick work of slicing and chopping meat. I have not tried it on bones, but one reviewer says it will go through a ham bone in one chop. I will try it on chicken bones first. The knife would be great for camping or tailgating. You could even use it to split kindling or chunks of wood to be used for smoking. Just do not drop the knife as it could do serious damage to whatever it lands on.

The knife comes with a nice full-grain leather sheath that can be carried on a belt.
 
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I already ordered it, writing for fulfillment. I will post my thoughts when I receive it.
Nice. I’ve been waiting for someone here to pull the trigger
 
A pizza peel, of course for pizza. I also use mine for moving pork butts, brisket, and ribs.
 
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If you see anyone throwing out one of those yellow buckets with the red lids that held kitty litter, those are great for pellets, holding about 36-37 lbs.--the price is right too!
 
Not a BBQ accessory, but needed a but of sun protection in our gazebo when the sun starts to set
I am really tempted to put in a gazebo like yours on my patio. One reason I have not done so is that it will be too close to my condo. For snow and water drainage it is recommended that it be a few feet away. Not enough room on my patio for that.
 
I am really tempted to put in a gazebo like yours on my patio. One reason I have not done so is that it will be too close to my condo. For snow and water drainage it is recommended that it be a few feet away. Not enough room on my patio for that.
Mine is close to the gutters on the house, but we don't usually get a lot of snow here and what we do gets usually melts off in a day or so
It is nice to have, I don't even worry about what the forecast is anymore when planning to cook something. I have the sides that go on this for the winter. If I smoke or BBQ something, I just open up the one of the sides where the grill I am using is sitting.
My only regret, I should have went with a bigger one....lol
 
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