More than ever, people want a versatile, easy-to-use grill. Not simply satisfied with a cooker that can handle burgers and dogs, they want one that can do everything—grill, smoking, sear, roast, and bake.
With the recent explosion in smart technology, we’re becoming increasingly connecting to gadgets and appliances that can be controlled from afar. Thanks to WiFi enabled products, it’s possible to turn off the kitchen light from the highway, lower the heat while sitting at work, or monitor your house during vacation. The wave of connected products has even made its way to the backyard, where WiFi grills are providing unprecedented control and unlimited freedom.
With interest in pellet grills booming, people are eager to learn more about these revolutionary backyard cookers. That means lots of research and plenty of comparison shopping. As the pellet grill originator, Traeger is the name most people encounter first. However, what they quickly learn is that, while Traeger is the oldest and best-known brand, there are a number of other options to choose from, including Louisiana Grills.
Every manufacturer claims to be unique, but among its pellet grill peers, the Fast Eddy’s PG500 is unquestionably different. It looks different, cooks different, and has a different design than nearly every other model on the market. At a time when most pellet grills strive to look and cook the same, those differences have made the PG500 popular among BBQ pros and a go-to choice for those well-versed in pellet smokers.
There’s a symmetry to the rise in popularity of pellet grills and outdoor kitchens. Both categories have enjoyed explosive growth the last several years. Yet while they have mirrored one another in growth, the two categories have seen little overlap. Until now.
Every year there’s one new grill that sets the BBQ world abuzz. Far and away, the most anticipated release of 2017 is the Traeger Timberline, a premium pellet grill that boasts WiFi capability, a sleek design, and loads of cool bells and whistles.
Because of its sleek, high-end appearance, people usually think of stainless steel in terms of aesthetics. However, while it’s certainly true that stainless steel pellet grills catch the eye, it’s often the parts people seldom see that benefit the most from stainless steel construction because stainless steel's extreme durability. On a Traeger Grill that includes the fire pot, drip pan and heat diffuser.