Category Archives: Tips

Why You Should Beware Of The Stall?

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LEARN TRICKS ABOUT FIRE MANAGEMENT OPTIMAL COOKING TEMPERATURE & WRAPPING Your brisket is trimmed, seasoned and the fire is ready to go. Now what? Pull up a chair and let Professor Franklin take you to class and learn about fire

Everything you need to know about beef cuts in one chart

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Beef cuts don’t have to be intimidating. Whether it’s chuck, brisket, rib, loin, round, plate, or flank, the most important thing you need to know is how to cook it. The experts at the Cattlemen’s Beef Board and National Cattlemen’s Beef Association

Beef Cuts Chart: An Education in Different Beef Cuts

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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

100 Different Beef, Pork And Lamb Cuts And How To Cook Them

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Get yourself familiar with all the cuts of your favourite meats and learn the recommended methods to cook them with these useful graphics. For figuring out what to do with the random cut of beef that happened to be on

How to Cook the Aaron Franklin Brisket Recipe at Home

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If you’ve read this far, I wouldn’t be surprised if you wanted to try and make a brisket yourself, and use as many of Aarons techniques as possible. While it will likely take a lot of practice, you can make

12 tips for a better BBQ, straight from a meat scientist

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The backyard barbecue is often considered a symbol of summer. It can represent a family tradition or a relaxing way to spend time with friends. For many, this skill is passed on from one person to another, as a sort-of learned

The Ultimate Guide To Regional Barbecue Sauce

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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

10 Tips From The Pit Master — Josh Ozersky

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1. “Anyone that can’t grill well on a Weber isn’t a real grill cook.” 2. “If you can’t get wood you can use lump hardwood charcoal, which is the next best thing.” 3. “Cooking meat on a barbecue means not

Secrets Tips And Suggestions For Slow-Smoking Barbecue Ribs

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Rib Membranes…Always, always, ALWAYS pull the membrane off of the slab of ribs.  The last thing you want is a judge to take a bite of your rib and have a tough piece of membrane attached to the bone. The

Brisket Experiment: How Does the Time You Wrap Affect Your Brisket?

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In this experiment I test how wrapping briskets at different times affects the final product in regards to flavor, tenderness, and moisture. Nice job on the video. Everyone should be able to make their own conclusions from that. There is no

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