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Simple recipe from BBQ Class with Chris Marks of Three Little Pig’s Rubs & Sauces on how to slow smoke boneless skinless chicken breasts to get a great flavor that will satisfy everyone’s tastes. INGREDIENTS: 5-Large Boneless Skinless Chicken Breasts … Continue reading
A step by step tutorial on how to smoke salmon or any other fatty fish. These instructions work for other fish such as whitefish, mackerel,trout and even catfish. INGREDIENTS 1 quart water 1 cup (packed) brown … Continue reading
There are vegetables and there are vegetables smoked or grilled with bacon. Lightly oiled spears of asparagus kissed by smoke and heat are fabulous, I prefer them with a little something extra. Enter: Parmesan cheese Directions: Prereheat Smoker or grill with Good-One Lump Charcoal to … Continue reading
BBQ videos by Chris Marks of Three Little Pig’s Sauces & Seasonings are to help minimize complexity and help the new or struggling BBQ hobbyist define simple methods and techniques that will build confidence in their process’s and thus the … Continue reading
This is the recipe used by Three Little Pigs BBQ Team in the Potato category of the Side Dish Contest of the American Royal BBQ in Kansas City. This recipe placed in the Top 3 for 4 years in the … Continue reading
How do you smoke a pork loin? Set the temperature to 250F on the smoker. Arrange the Pork loins on the grill grate and smoke until the internal temperature of the pork is at least 145F (medium-rare), 2-1/2 to 3 hours. How long … Continue reading
The stall, Plateau, graphed on a 9lb Pork Butt smoking at 250 degrees . The meat is sweating, and the moisture evaporates and cools the meat just like sweat cools you after cutting the lawn. Here’s how he proved it. The … Continue reading
Carry Over Cooking on Dense Meats Have you ever noticed that the internal temperature of meat continues to rise after removing it from the smoker, grill or … Continue reading
Food Safety experts (including us at USDA) do not recommend washing raw meat and poultry before cooking. Many bacteria are quite loosely attached and when you rinse these foods the bacteria will be spread around your kitchen. In … Continue reading