It seems that Traeger is unstoppable on its quest to cater to the needs of barbecue aficionados. The Oregon-based company has become synonymous with pellet grills as they quite literally created them. However, it wasn’t until recently that the brand surged in popularity when they released their line of WiFi-enabled pellet grills that cook your meat perfectly. Now, Traeger seeks to become the ultimate destination for all things barbecue by vertically integrating their business model with the launch Traeger Provisions.
Similar to subscription-based food services like Butcher Box and Blue Apron, Traeger Provisions is a pre-packed box that covers all of your feast-based needs. The boxes include premium proteins, Traeger-ready sides, plus all of the rubs, sauces, and any other Traeger-branded accoutrements you need to cook for a crowd. Traeger Provisions ships directly to your door and includes all of the instructions and recipes you’d need to perfectly execute the meals. Right off the bat, Traeger is offering an impressive array of feast menus to cook on their iconic grills. Grillers can choose from a Wagyu Beef Brisket box, a Poulet Rouge Chicken box, and a Berkshire St. Louis Ribs box. Additionally, the boxes come with their own respective sauces that best complement the protein as well as two choice sides: three-cheese mac & cheese, bourbon baked beans and bacon, cornbread with spiced brown sugar, and collard greens with bacon. With Thanksgiving around the corner, Traeger Provisions is also offering three Thanksgiving-themed boxes: a Rolled and Trussed Porchetta box, an All-Natural Turkey Feast box, and a Heritage Black Turkey Feast box. Even better, the Thanksgiving-themed boxes have an add-on option of pumpkin pie or peach cobbler for dessert.
True to Traeger’s high standards, Traeger Provisions sources fresh ingredients from select farms and ranches with whom they work to ensure a delicious and high-quality experience. You can build your own Traeger Provisions box on their website starting at $150.
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