BARBECUE BEANS FROM SCRATCH: YOU’LL NEVER EAT CANNED BEANS AGAIN

BARBECUE BEANS FROM SCRATCH: YOU’LL NEVER EAT CANNED BEANS AGAIN

How to make delicious slow smoked baked beans from scratch using dry beans and homemade sauce. You’ll never use canned beans again! Ingredients: 1 lb dry white beans (Navy or Great Northern) More »

The Smokey Goodness of BBQ Beef Ribs

The Smokey Goodness of BBQ Beef Ribs

That’s right campers, it’s smoked rib time once again!  I know you love it, you know you love it, cause it never, ever gets old!  Low & slow smoked beef ribs, with More »

Oklahoma Prime Rib

Oklahoma Prime Rib

While the meat can’t absorb much smoke, cooking a whole bologna low and slow transforms the outside into an incredibly crisp and smoky treat that added a lot of flavor and texture More »

Tender Beef Short Ribs Recipe

Tender Beef Short Ribs Recipe

There is nothing quite like putting a juicy, tender piece of Beef Short Ribs in your mouth!  This is definitely one of my favorites. Short Ribs are a cut that are best More »

Texas Style Beef Jerky

Texas Style Beef Jerky

There is nothing quite like a homemade beef jerky, would you agree?  Aaron Franklin, famous for his BBQ in Austin Texas, – shows us how Jerky is done best! He uses Flank More »

 

How to Choose (and Cook) the Right Beef Cut Every Time

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It’s no secret that steak is outta-this-world delicious. But standing at the meat case trying to figure out which cuts of beef to cook for dinner can be kind of confusing. Which one will work best with your meal plan?

15 Awesome DIY Fire Pit Ideas for Your Best BBQ

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DIY Concrete Fire Pit Tutorial: theownerbuildernetwork.co SaveFollow While this may appear complicated upon first glance, the concrete fire bowl in an easy project made from inexpensive materials – so much cheaper than purchasing a commercially produced version! All you need is

13 CHARTS TO MAKE YOU A GRILLING GURU

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If the longer, warmer days signal one thing, like the start of grill season, here are the 13 indispensable guides full of BBQ tips to get you grilling like a guru in the months ahead. By applying a little science, some practical tips, and top quality

Smoked Bologna with Fighting Cock BBQ Glaze

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Today I’ll show you how to smoke a whole Beef Bologna chub and then finish it with Fighting Cock BBQ sauce. This recipe is very simple. We will score the bologna, season it with BBQ rub, smoke it, apply the

BARBECUE BEANS FROM SCRATCH: YOU’LL NEVER EAT CANNED BEANS AGAIN

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How to make delicious slow smoked baked beans from scratch using dry beans and homemade sauce. You’ll never use canned beans again! Ingredients: 1 lb dry white beans (Navy or Great Northern) 1 Onion, Sweet, chopped 1/2 cup cider vinegar

The Smokey Goodness of BBQ Beef Ribs

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That’s right campers, it’s smoked rib time once again!  I know you love it, you know you love it, cause it never, ever gets old!  Low & slow smoked beef ribs, with fall off the bone meat that will bring

10 Best Grill Recipes of 2017

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2017 was great and we have seen some incredible recipes and concoctions for the grill and smoker come our way over the last year…that’s for sure!  So now its time to take a look at 10 of the best and most

Game Time Party Wings

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Everyone just loves a smoked wing to have during that tailgate or home football party.  Heck, we even smoke wings without any game goin’ on! Take a good look at this video – you can definitely get crispy wings from

AARON FRANKLIN DESCRIBING HOW HE TRIMS A BRISKET

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Aaron Franklin during the Texas A&M University Brisket Camp on how he trims a brisket from the time he opens the vacuum packaged bag until he is ready to rub the brisket before cooking. FOLLOWED HIS DIRECTIONS & TRIM YOUR

The History of Smoked Brisket

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What you know about the history of smoked brisket in Texas is probably wrong. People have been eating brisket since the first pits were dug in the earth, but only by a sort of default: it was standard practice to cook

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