The Traeger Timberline 850 burns wood pellets to smoke food while it cooks.
With a chassis of thick stainless steel, the Traeger Timberline 850 is sturdy but not flashy.
You must fill the Timberline's hopper with wood pellets to burn as cooking fuel.
Below the pellet hopper is the Timberline 850's control panel and port for its meat probe.
Deep within the Timberline 850 is its fire pot, where wood pellets are burned.
Because the Timberline 850 grill cooks indirectly, you can barbecue items low and slow on any of its grates.
This grill really treats baby back ribs right.
Burgers were very juicy when cooked on the Timberline.
I was able to make delectable chicken wings with the Timberline 850 as well.