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Beef Cuts Chart: An Education in Different Beef Cuts


Beef Cuts: lions, shanks, briskets and chuck – if all the different cuts confuse you when deciding what to cook, this post will help. It includes a collection of beef cut charts to help you buy the right cut of beef for the

11 Delicious Facts To Raise Your BBQ IQ


1. The word “barbecue” has a complicated past. Thinkstock / Via There are multiple theories. The most common one says it stems from “barbacoa,” which is a West Indian term for “slow cooking over hot coals.” The least common says it

The Ultimate Guide To Regional Barbecue Sauce


It’s easy for folks who didn’t grow up with barbecue to lump it all together into one category of awesomeness. That’s fine. Only it’s also very wrong. Barbecue is a varied and vast world of flavors, meats, methods and ingredients. Before

Why Should You Choose Butcher Paper for BBQ?


A most versatile complement in the BBQ setting is butcher paper. From serving to smoke roasting, butcher paper as a derivative of Kraft paper has multiple uses in the culinary setting. Choosing butcher paper for BBQ is a popular choice for those

How to Make BBQ Sauce from Scratch


Like hot sauces, salsa, and spice rubs, barbecue sauce is something of a spectacle in the culinary world. From mass produced favorites like Sweet Baby Ray’s to local recipes with limited availability, America’s barbecue sauces are either bland and laden

Texas Style Beef Jerky by Aaron Franklin


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 Steak in this video, but remember you can

Super Low And Slow 20 Hour 7kg 15lb Brisket


This was a super experimental cook. Total 14 hours on the weber overnight for this 7 kilogram / 15 pound full packer brisket. Snake method was used with briquettes for the heat source in the weber. Then it was wrapped in

Top 5 Grilling Mistakes And How To Avoid Them


No one wants to take a bite of a freshly grilled burger and taste not meat, but soot and lighter fluid. And who likes chowing down on overcooked patties after sweating over a hot grill. Don’t worry! We can help.

Newest, Dumbest Internet Trend: The ‘Hot Coil Challenge’


It seems that each week there is a new craze going around the internet to grab the attention of people to do something stupid. The latest one is not only stupid, but it also means that people are left with

Barbecue Food Of The Enslaved (18th & 19th-Century)


We recently had the privilege to visit Gunston Hall in Mason Neck, VA. While we were there, we met Michael Twitty, an historical interpreter and culinary historian who specializes in food of the African-American community from enslavement in the mid-18th

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