Keto as a Way of Life
For the Grill
Welcome to our Grilling Resources page! Here, we will list the places where we source our meat, the tools we use and everything grill-related we can think of. I hope this provides a good grilling resources for you!
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January 2020 is World Carnivore Month!
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Traeger Pellet Grill
The smoker/grill I use is the Traeger Texas Elite 34 pellet grill. I can’t tell you enough how much we love this bad boy!
I've cooked everything from cake to ribs on mine. Yes... I said cake! (keto cake, of course)
It makes smoking meats easy, and gets hot enough to grill as well. It's been well worth every penny for us.
You NEED one of these in your backyard.
This bluetooth digital meat thermometer by Solis completely changed my smoking/grilling game.
I no longer cook meat by time, but by temperature. You can set alerts when one of the 6 probes reaches specific temps or temperature ranges. Since it connects to an app on your phone via bluetooth, you can even put on a 6 hour brisket and go take a nap! The alarm will let you know when the meat hits the right temp.
That takes a lot of guesswork out of longer cooks.
Meat turns out perfect every time!
Instant Read Thermometer
Stop trying to guess when your meat is done. When you learn to cook by temperature, you’ll never go back.
An instant read thermometer isn’t just for the grill. I use this one all the time in the kitchen.
Natural Hardwood Pellets for the Traeger Pellet Grill
Amazon has several types of Traeger pellets, so check them all out; Alder, Apple, Cherry, Hickory, Maple, Mesquite, Oak, Pecan, Texas Beef Blend, and Turkey.
They're conveniently all listed on this one page on Amazon.
There's nothing like the flavor that hardwood smoke adds to food. They all have their own character, and I love every. single. one.
A Nashville-based business that sources their meat from select local farmers.
They process all their products themselves and sell those products online to make great meat available nationwide.
We were attracted to them at first because they're local to us.
We continue to support Porter Road because their service and products are amazing!