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Shredded beef is a preparation of beef that is a feature in dishes from various cuisines. Shredded beef is sometimes prepared using beef brisket, chuck roast or even pot roast, which is also sometimes shredded. Preparation can be on the low and … Continue reading
Poor Man’s “Double” Burnt Ends (Smoked Chuck Roast) This is going to be a real treat if you have not experienced a smoked poor man’s burnt ends meal. Using a chuck roast instead of smoking a whole brisket, puts this recipe in the … Continue reading
Ingredients 2 8oz Pkgs Cream Cheese, softened 1 (oz) pkg dry ranch salad dressing mix 2 Cups (Shredded) cheddar cheese ½ cup of beer (More as needed) 2 tsp Three Little Pig’s Championship BBQ Seasoning Directions Mix cream cheese with … Continue reading
Ingredients 2-(28oz) Green Beans 1lb Yukon Gold Potatoes ½ cup chopped white onion 1 lb Polska Kielboasa 1-3.5oz stick of Kerry Gold “Garlic & Herb” butter 2 tsp Three Little Pig’s All Purpose Rub BBQ Seasoning Directions Sauté/Grill onions in … Continue reading
The recipe is as follows: take a log of Jimmy Dean Premium Pork Sausage (or any other brand of your choosing), remove it from the packaging and roll it in Three Little Pig’s All Purpose Rub. Be sure to get … Continue reading
Ingredients 1- 3-4# Turkey Breast Three Little Pig’s Carolina BBQ Sauce Three Little Pig’s Memphis BBQ Rub Yellow Mustard Directions Use yellow mustard to coat both sides of the Turkey Breast, liberally coat both sides of the Turkey Breast with … Continue reading
Cleaning Select fresh green beans and/or asparagus and wash in cold water. For asparagus, snap off the bottom end of each spear. The natural breaking point varies slightly from spear to spear. Discard the bottom ends. For green beans, cut … Continue reading