For ingredients list and step-by-step instructions, check this post out from Seattle Butcher’s Wife. These beef back ribs from Felton’s Angus Beef were rich, juicy, and flavorful. After smoking two hours as a frenched standing crown, I put them in the chile sauce for 3 more hours, and slow cooked them to fall apart perfection.Read More
I’ve been using Dalstrong knives for five years now, and they offer an exceptional value. If you’re looking for high-quality kitchen knives at a great price, Dalstrong is your brand. The brand offers several series, from high-end to more budget conscious. For all things BBQ, from slicing a steak to carving up a brisket, this 12″ granton edge blade gets the job done.Read More
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If you’re looking for the ultimate BBQ or grilling “wish list,” this is it! These are some of the best selling and most searched for accessories on our blog, Amazon.com, and Facebook backyard grilling groups.
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Handling hot or cold food? This is my solution – black nitrile gloves over cotton knit gloves. I use them when applying rubs, trimming fat, wrapping or handling hot meats, or shredding things like pork shoulder.
Worried about brining your turkey overnight in a 5 gallon bucket with liquid brine?Read More
Looking to expand out of the salt and pepper flavor palette? We’ve got your covered. From savory to smoky, and spicy to sweet, these 7 BBQ rubs are sure to please almost any taste.
What a treat! The steaks came out juicy, tender, and packing big beefy flavor.
For the crust, I started with an olive oil base, and rubbed down with coarse salt and fresh cracked pepper.
Whether you’re brand new to Traeger, or a seasoned pro, these four products will make your smoking experience even that much better. Frankly, we think the company should ship these standard with every grill!
Ever since the full packer experience, I’ve been wanting to try a brisket flat. Finally had the time!
Weighing in at 5 pounds, and $4.99/lb at Costco, this was about a $25 cook. At bottom are a number of links where you can find the tools of the trade that made this relativley LONG cook a success (remote thermometer, slicing knife, Traeger Century 22, etc). Let’s get started …