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Category Archives: Meats
Smoked beef brisket and corn chowder. Corn chowder is a great way to use up leftover smoked brisket! Ingredients: 1-pound smoked beef Brisket, shredded or chopped 1 tablespoon olive oil 1 leek, halved, thinly sliced 1-1/2 pounds Yukon Gold potatoes, diced into 1/2 to 3/4-inch … Continue reading
A steer has 13 ribs on each side. Starting at the front of the cow first 5 ribs are in the chuck cut. The next 7 ribs are part of the rib section and extend down into the short plate. … Continue reading
This healthy air fryer whole spatchcock chicken is plump, juicy, and full of flavor that the entire family will enjoy. Cooking the chicken in the air fryer gives you succulent, tender meat and perfectly crispy skin every time. Ingredients 3-4-pound whole … Continue reading
A food product must have more than just one thing going for it nutritionally to be what dietary experts call a “superfood.” Turkey pretty much has it all. Turkey breast is one of the leanest meats available with one of … Continue reading
There are wet ribs, sticky with a succulent, barbecue sauce, and there are dry ribs, where the flavor is all in the dried mixture of BBQ rubs and spices, melded into something greater than the sum of their parts by … Continue reading
BBQ Pulled Chicken with a tender whole chicken cooked on a smoker, grill, oven, or crock pot is so easy and convenient you will be amazed at results. How to Make Pulled Chicken: Pulled chicken is generally made one of … Continue reading
I Like Pork Butts and I Cannot Lie! While pork shoulder and pork butt come from the same basic region of the pig and can be used interchangeably, they are cut from opposite ends of the shoulder region. Pork shoulder is cut … Continue reading
A beef brisket is known as one of the toughest parts of a cow you can put on your smoker, though when prepared and cooked correctly it can be the best tasting and most tender meat you will ever eat. … Continue reading
Different types of wood are commonly used when smoking meats to add enhanced levels of taste, smell, and color, as well as flavors like cherry, oak, peach, hickory, apple to the meat. Wood can also add bitter, more savory, rich hints to the meat with using mesquite. The … Continue reading