Attention all tailgaters and outdoor lovers.

MOUNT ANGEL OR, August 23, 2019 /24-7PressRelease/ — Wood Pellet Products proudly introduces The Timber Griddle Top for fall 2019. The attachment makes a patio heater into an incredible outdoor cooking surface.

“The Timber Griddle Top was developed for making lunch in our warehouse,” explains wood pellet entrepreneur Tyson Traeger. “The guys added a metal plate to our wood pellet heater for heating water and cooking grilled cheese sandwiches. That’s when the Timber Griddle Top was born. With the creative use of a welding torch and stainless steel, we developed the new revolutionary cooking surface.”

Wood pellets burn at high temperatures making the Timber Griddle Top into a perfect direct-heat outdoor cooking surface, ideal for meat and vegetables. The large cooking surface area allows for both high and low temperatures, easily adjusted by regulating air flow in the oven.
The griddle is delicate enough to cook seafood, eggs or stir-fry noodles. At full temperature, the griddle can easily sear steaks and chops, and boil water. The Timber Griddle Top is perfect for tailgating, camping and back-yard patios.

Timber Griddle Top highlights: • Easily fits on the Big Timber and Lil’ Timber patio heaters • Heats surrounding area to ten feet • Cooks at both hot and warm temperatures • Powered by inexpensive and clean wood pellets • $299 introductory price • Available online at

In 2011 Tyson Traeger followed in his family footsteps and became an entrepreneur, opening Wood Pellet Products. The company is based in Mt. Angel, a small farming community in Oregon’s picturesque Willamette Valley. Oregon has a rich tradition in the wood products industry. As logging declined and sawmills closed, families like the Traegers became innovative and started new resource-based businesses. Wood pellets, made from sawdust, are an example of this innovation.

The Timber Patio Heater was Tyson’s first commercial invention using wood pellets and has been followed by several new innovations, including the Timber Grill Top.

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