Tips For Winter Grilling
If you aren’t a die hard Traegerite, tis the season to put your Traeger to the test. Create delicious and flavorful Traegered food all winter long, you’ll be converted by the time the sun is back in full force. Here are some fiery tips for grilling in the cold, and tricks to keeping the flavor flowing all winter long. Fire it up, even in the winter!
Tip: Bundle up when grilling outdoors in the winter.
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Tip: Clear off your grill, having snow on the grill when cooking will only inhibit the heat from being conserved, snow isn’t insulation. In the winter your grill might take a little longer to heat up
Tip: Keep the grill closed as much as possible to help conserve the heat. A heated insulation blanket can help the heat stay inside and conserve hardwood pellet consumption. Hardwood pellet fuel burns quicker in temperatures below 35°F. An insulation blanket keeps the metal hot and the heat in, preventing the escape of good hardwood heat.
Come rain or shine, everyday is a great day to get Traegering. You can Traeger anything, veggies, meat, or sweets all year long. Let the flavor reign over your household; with Traeger you can live a healthy and flavorful lifestyle.
Share your Traeger addiction with friends and family and spread the wood-fired love.