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Diverse barbecue sauce styles add astounding variety to your favorite smoked meats. Sample a medley of regional barbecue sauces and savor the flavor!
Juicy bacon wrapped chicken thighs, kissed with applewood smoke, are easily made and quick cooking. Give the gift of chicken wrapped in beautiful bacon!
This baby back ribs recipe includes balsamic vinegar, garlic, and crushed peppercorns, mustard seeds and juniper berries, which add unique flavors.
These smoked apple butter pork ribs are glazed with apple butter and served with an easy to make homemade bbq sauce. For dessert? Apple pie!
Learn about salt types and how to use salt when smoking meats. Which is best to use in your brines and smoked recipe dry rubs?
Making homemade andouille sausage is an easy weekend project, and you'll have richly flavored andouille sausage to add to your gumbo and jambalaya, and even your scrambled eggs!
Grill-smoked ancho butter shrimp is spicy with ancho pepper powder and cayenne pepper. Learn how to grill smoke shrimp and enjoy these tasty appetizers!
The quality of cold smoked salmon made at home transcends the commercial product. As cool, subdued smoke caresses brine-cured salmon, magic happens!
Learn how to smoke a brisket that's tender, juicy, and flavorful! Prepare, season, smoke and serve a great tasting smoked beef brisket.
Making a basic brine for smoked salmon requires just a few ingredients. Use these salmon brining tips to help you make delicious smoky salmon.
If you love smoked meat, these smoker recipes will satisfy your cravings. Enjoy mouth-watering meats, including smoked ribs, brisket, chicken and turkey. You'll also find great smoker recipes for side dishes, sauces and more.
Tri tip is good, but smoked tri tip is better, by far! This tender, juicy beef is great eating, whether plated or served as sandwiches.
Woods for smoking food add different flavors depending on wood types used, from the mildness of alder to the bold flavor of mesquite.
Learn how to use a smoker for meats. Get the basics for using vertical charcoal and electric water smokers, and learn to solve many common smoker problems.
Magnificent Memphis rib rub recipe seasons pork ribs with authentic Memphis flavor. This extra special rub bursts with flavor - you won't need the sauce!
Give this smoked catfish recipe a try next time you haul in a mess of cats. After brining, the catfish fillets are gently smoked until flaky. This recipe also works well with whole, smaller cats.
This Gates bbq sauce recipe closely matches the flavor of bottled Gates sauce. The spicy version of Gates barbecue sauce is included.
A recipe for Captain Morgan barbecue sauce that creates a rich tasting sauce for your smoked pork, chicken and beef dishes. Options for adding a kick of heat to the Captain's bbq sauce are included.
Smoked country style pork ribs are meaty, flavorful, and easy to prepare. Boneless or bone-in, country style ribs are great for the smoker.
This smoky beef short ribs recipe is cooked low and slow in the smoker to bring out the luscious flavor of these mighty mites!
Nice and spicy buffalo shrimp are grill smoked for added awesomeness! This incredible appetizer should be served with bleu cheese dressing and celery.
Palate pleasing dry rub recipes treat your smoked meats with awesome flavor. Learn the secrets of making perfect dry rubs for all your smoked foods.
Use the Turkey Smoking Equipment Checklist to determine the equipment, tools and accessories you'll need to smoke that luscious Thanksgiving turkey.
Learn how to brine chicken to add flavor and juiciness. Brining is the secret weapon for creating perfectly smoked chicken, and is easy to do! Add spices and herbs to the brine and boost flavor!
Download grill and smoker user manuals from the manufacturer. Need outdoor cooker technical information or instructions? Get your grill or smoker product manual here.
Find your Bradley Smoker manual for all current models of Bradley smokers, and download it here. The manual contains versions in Spanish, French, German and English languages.
When using a smoker thermometer you can monitor the temperatures of your cooker AND the meat. These thermometers are made for smokers. See the benefits, learn about different types, and get info on some of the most reliable smoker thermometers currently available.
This smoked Boston butt recipe includes a delicious dry rub that really kicks up the flavor! Enjoy great smoked pork with less time in the smoker. Optional method for turning your Boston butt into pulled pork is included.
How long does it take to smoke a Boston butt? In a 225 degree smoker, it can take from 60 to 90 minutes per pound. Actual smoking time depends on size of the roast, plus several other factors. Read more to learn about smoking Boston butts.
The time for smoking a pork shoulder can be long, but the wait is worth it! How long does it take to smoke a pork shoulder that's juicy and tender? The general guideline is that shoulders require approximately 90 minutes per pound in a 225 degree smoker.
Smoked sausage - how long will it take? When the internal temperature reaches 160˚F, smoked sausages are at their juicy best. Sausage smoking time will vary, depending on the smoker temperature used.
Masterbuilt electric smoker's wood chips aren’t producing smoke? Solutions for more efficient smoke production from your Masterbuilt. Chip tray adjustment and using dry woodchips are two of the possible solutions to this problem.
Boneless pork loin smoking time depends on roast size and smoker temperature. Find out how long it takes to smoke a pork loin that's really juicy!.
More turkey smoking tips for making great smoked turkey. Smoker set-up and temperature, how long to smoke a turkey, and resting time after it's done are some of the topics covered.
Smoked beef back ribs from start to finish! Learn how to smoke beef ribs that are juicy, tender and full of great flavor. Preparation, seasoning, and how long to smoke the beef back ribs: it's all covered here.
When you're moppin sauce onto smoking pork shoulders, ribs or brisket you are adding flavor and moistness. and creating a chewy, tasty bark crust.
What is lump charcoal, and is it better than charcoal briquettes? Many prefer the burning characteristics of lump charcoal, but quality varies greatly from brand to brand..
Choosing one out of the many types of meat smokers takes careful consideration. Size and heat source are two factors to consider when shopping for a meat smoker.
When making brine for chicken, simmer the seasonings in water, then chill over ice. This releases the herb and spice flavors, boosting the taste of your smoked chicken..
Lightly browned grilled asparagus spears are delicious! Learn how to grill awesome asparagus with these easy recipe and the included grilling tips.
Read my critical review of the ThermoWorks ThermoPop TX-3100 handheld thermometer, and then decide which handheld thermometer best fits your cooking needs.
Try this smoked wild turkey recipe. The breast meat is cured with Tender Quick then smoked lightly for great flavor. A simply delicious wild turkey recipe.
Smoked pork shoulder makes great pulled pork. Learn about this great cut of pork, and how to smoke pork shoulders to make juicy, tasty pulled pork.
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Use your charcoal chimney and conserve the world's oil supply. Charcoal lighter fluid adds bad taste.Lighting charcoal in a chimney starter keeps food tasting good.
When buying salmon, learn how to choose the type that will work best for your smoked salmon recipe.
Smoked poultry recipes for turkeys, chickens, game hens and more! Tips for smoking poultry that's juicy and flavorful help you smoke some fine tasting fowl!
Parts of a whole beef brisket are the lean flat and the fattier point. Separated by fat, the two brisket parts can be divided and smoked separately.
This garlicky beer butt chicken recipe has loads of flavor from an aromatic brine and a beer can seasoned with herbs and spice.