Feed your meat-tooth with a juicy thick cut Traeger grilled steak. Whether you like it fresh from the field, with some pink, or deader-than-dead, we’ve got you covered. We’ll teach you how to cook the perfect steak to your preferred doneness.
An introduction to all things Traeger
Learn how to unbox and assemble your new pro series Traeger grill. First we will install the legs, then move onto the smoke stack, grates, and bucket.
Before cooking food in your new grill, you need to season it. This one-time initial firing process ensures that you get the most out of your Traeger Grill.
This how-to guide will walk you through connecting your iOS smart phone to your WiFIRE Traeger pellet grill with ease. Allowing you to control temperature.
Learn the basics of maintaining your Traeger grill.
Check out our complete guide to changing and removing pellets. Learn more about how to maximize your wood-fired fuel and flavor so you can Traeger like a Pro.
Keep your Traeger functioning at the highest possible level with these helpful tips and how-to’s on Spring Cleaning. Clean your grease pan and ash tray.
We’ve created a simple-to-use guide for storing wood pellets and understanding how to best take care of your hardwood. Use wood pellet storage containers.
A library of guides on times and temperatures and our top recipes.
This Traeger Wood Pellet Flavor Guide with our chart has all the information you need on the best pellets for smoking. Learn what pellet is best for brisket, chicken, ribs, pork, steak, etc.
A guide for grilling steak and learning the best grilling techniques for every cut of beef. We’ve created a guide to help you achieve steak perfection.
See the best cuts of meat to smoke — whether you're a beginner or advanced smoker. Get smoking times and temperatures, plus advice from Traeger experts.
Tips from our elite lineup of Traeger pros.
Become a rib master with our easy how-to guide on how to grill and smoke BBQ ribs. Saucy & smoking Traeger ribs will make you the MVP of the party.
Learn how to make competition pulled pork. First dry rub it, then smoke and spritz while it's on the Traeger, then wrap until it reaches perfection.
Learn how to make a competition brisket. Learn how to trim the brisket, season it, and how to smoke it for the perfect flavor in this detailed guide.