I worked my brother’s Memorial Day sale today and we cooked on a Traeger. It’s a set it and forget it way of cooking.
I took pictures during the day so you could see the progression of the cook.
The Traeger has 3 settings… smoke, medium and high. This was set on smoke and let there for the day, not touching the brisket.
Raw meat set on the Traeger grill. It was rubbed with a spice mix.
At 2 hours:
At 3 hours:
At 5 hours:
At 7 hours:
At 8 hours:
I asked my brother what he thought of the Traeger now that it’s made in China. His answer is that he can’t see any difference.
I went home after 8 hours. I suspect my brother had a good dinner.