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Louisiana Grills

Louisiana Pellet Grills and Smokers: Quality You Can Count On, Accessories Included

Featuring a classic drum barrel shape and constructed from heavy-duty 14 gauge steel, Louisiana pellet grills and smokers are known for their rugged construction. Their reliable set-it and forget-it PID controllers and included accessories make it easy to cook fantastic food with authentic wood fire flavor. Available in a variety of sizes—from tailgating and backyard grills to large competition and commercial cookers that can handle whole hogs—Louisiana pellet grills have the ability to smoke, sear, grill, roast, and bake at the touch of the button. Just load your favorite hardwood pellets and set the desired temperature into the Digital Control Center. Your Louisiana will automatically maintain its cooking temperature for hours. Read our Louisiana Grills Guide to learn more.

Louisiana Grills vs. Traeger

As two of the oldest pellet grill brands, Louisiana and Traeger often draw comparisons. Both make high-quality pellet grills that are incredibly versatile and make backyard BBQ a cinch. However there are differences. Louisiana Grills feature precision one-touch PID controllers that allow you to enter the cooking temperature in 5° increments then maintain that temperature within a few degrees in just about any weather. Every Louisiana pellet grill also comes standard with a programmable meat probe that will lower the heat when food is done, as well as a secondary rack that expands your total cooking space. Capable of reaching 600°F, all Louisiana Grills offer a direct cooking option and come with the adjustable Flame Broiler plate, so you can flame-grill steaks and burgers.

Traeger Grills, on the other hand, feature a multi-position controller that maintains +/-15-20°F in ideal conditions and can reach 425°F, but do not offer a direct grilling option. Some Traeger models include a secondary rack and use meat probes. However, while Traeger meat probes allow you to monitor cooking temperatures, they are not programmable.