New Traeger Timberline XL - What do we think?

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  • jimmy480

    Changed the title of the thread from “New Traeger Timberline - What do we think?” to “New Traeger Timberline XL - What do we think?”.
  • I think... can the traeger sear yet?

    Well with a built in induction cooker I guess it can with a cast frying pan.


    I like it.



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  • Too big for most home BBQ chefs. How many times would any of us need that amount of grill area ? Some occasions, yes, it would be handy but 90% of the time you are heating a large chamber for a small amount of food so pellet usage would be higher than what is ideal.

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  • How many times would any of us need that amount of grill area ? Some occasions, yes, it would be handy but 90% of the time you are heating a large chamber for a small amount of food so pellet usage would be higher than what is ideal.

    Which is why I got the Asmoke to compliment the Traegar, but at times the Asmoke really battles with room trying to feed my lot.



    Traeger - Weber Family Q - Ziggy Twin Burner - Charcoal Grill - Akorn Kamado - Hark Tri Fire - Jumbuck Pizza Oven - Go Anywhere - Asmoke Pellet Grill - Hibachi Grill - Anova Sous Vide x 2

  • Massive rig indeed....probably more suited to a restaurant though than for home IMO......unless you have a tribe like Wazza ;) .

    The guy needs a lesson in the difference between T Bone & Porterhouse/Striploin though.....that's a T Bone with fillet in any lingo not a Porterhouse.

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  • Here in the States, a Porterhouse is a T-bone with a larger filet.


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    I saw this last night, a couple of cuts in there I've never heard of that look pretty good.

  • I can remember growing up and dad used to call them L bones - because his dad had taken the best bit fillet off for himself . 😂

    Never enough BBQ


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