Yes, siree, mosey on up and meet the
most popular member of the Traeger grill line, the Lil' Tex. Modeled after our
BBQ075 "Texas Style" grill, the Lil' Tex is a "pint sized" grill with a "ten
gallon" cooking potential at 371 sq. inches of cooking surface. Just like the
bigger 075, the Lil' Tex features a high tech auger-fed burner, electronic
Autostart, three position cooking control system, and EZ-Drain Grease system.
All the most popular Traeger features in a size and price for the masses. Now
everyone can join the fun!
If you are in the market for
something out of the ordinary, this Texas Style grill is for you! Designed
after the traditional Texas Style wood cookers that were constructed from
scrap oil well casings, this unit brings old fashioned wood cooking into
the 21st century with its high tech auger fed burner. Forget fire tending
and temperature control problems. This unit automatically augers wood
pellet fuel to accurately provide three different cooking settings; high
medium and smoke. Traditional design is now "state of the art" technology,
a winning combination that will deliver professional results every time
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TEXAS STYLE BBQ075
Suggested Price: $999.00
Climb the ladder of cooking success
and great looks! The first thing you'll notice is the elegant "Black
Gloss" high temperature enamel finish. Next, we moved the pellet hopper
outside to the front of the barbecue. A stainless steel lid serves as a
pellet hopper lid and handy work table. The newly restyled BBQ 125
"Executive" grill offers the largest amount of cooking surface in our
residential grill line. Inside you'll find more than 1,000 square inches
of nickel plated cooking surface-on two grills. The "primary" grill
features 711 square inches of cooking space, the "secondary" grill holds
297 square inches of food. The main chamber is protected by a heavier
gauge lid, which will help with heat retention in cooler weather. Our
Digital Thermostat provides you with precise cooking temperatures, and a
big, bright LED read out to confirm the cooking temperature. We've also
incorporated our unique Auto-start and E-Z drain grease systems, stylish
roll-around cart and locking casters into this executive package. Best of
all, the BBQ 125 comes fully assembled! If you're into black and chrome,
this unit is for you!
We’ve taken the best of our Lil’ Tex and Executive
grills and combined them. The result is the new BBQ124 Professional.
Featuring a front load hopper with stainless steel lid/work surface, the
Professional is the perfect grill for folks who take pride in their grill.
The Professional features 371 square inches of cooking surface and our
famous 3 speed smoker control. It is built on a roll around stand with
four commercial grade locking casters. A “Stay-brite” handle and chimney
cap add to its good looks.
Suggested Price: $995.00
They are no larger than the eraser on the end of a
pencil, people who see them for the first time think they look like rabbit
food, but there is nothing small about the heat energy in a barbecue pellet.
Over 8500 BTU's per pound!
Wood pellets are not new, they have been around for a
long time used in industrial, commercial, and residential heating
appliances. There are over 100 fully operational pellet mills in the United
States, each one capable of supplying the entire U.S. supply. Traeger's were
the first to use them for cooking.
First only the finest hardwood raw materials are sourced
from all over the country. The pure raw material (sawdust) is then
pulverized with hammer mills and dried. The dried material is then processed
under heat and pressure. Lignin, which is the natural glue which holds plant
fiber together, softens above 100 degrees Celsius, permitting the material
to change shape. The hot lignin then acts like a glue to bond the pellet
together. Pelleting employs a hard steel die which rotates against rollers
forcing the material through the die with pressures of over 10,000 PSI. As
the pellet is forced through the die it is sheared off at the specified
length, cooled, screened, and bagged into 10 or 40 lb bags.
General specifications for barbecue pellets are: 100%
hardwood, 1" long or less in length, 1/4" diameter, less than 2% ash
content, less than 2% fines, 10% moisture content, 8500 BTU's per lb, and
about 40 lbs per cubic ft. density.
Hickory and Mesquite pellets
are the most popular, however many of our customers are now using fruit
woods for specialty smoking and gourmet cooking. No one supplies finer
quality hardwood barbecue pellets than Traeger. Remember, if it doesn't say
Traeger on the bag, you don't know