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Is this the measure of a serious BBQ cook or pitmaster, cooking outside in various degrees of darkness, cold and other inclement weather?
I remember my dad wrapping his Little Chief electric sm...
Food writer Carolyn Jung offers her take on famed Pitmaster Rodney Scott's recipe for smoked prime rib from his new cookbook, "Rodney Scott’s World of BBQ” by Rodney Scott and Lolis Eric Elie.
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So, this looks promising for pizza in a gas grill. Has anyone tried one? Results?
I have a Weber Genesis E310 Grill. I use it for conveience, but I prefer my Weber Charcoal Kettle Grill, but I digress.
I currently use Liquid Propane tanks. I am having work done in the yar...
I recently received a "very low miles" Weber Spirit E420 from a generous friend who's moving out of the country. It's been cleaned, and checked out 100% functional. It came with nearly every acc...
As I posted in an earlier thread, I was recently given a low-miles Weber Summit E-420 propane grill. Woot. I confess that this is my first *real* gas-powered grill (I once had a kettle-style unit...
So I was wondering if anyone here has a smoker? I can't find the thread where I had asked about smokers and it was on someone else's thread so I'm starting a new one. Looks like the last smoker t...
It sounds like a stupid question, but the term BBQ seems to be applied to a variety of cooking methods. Traditional BBQ is food, meats etc., cooked over coals or wood, right? I also hear it referri...
They're selling the Mk4 for $69! I think it's being discontinued. Anyone know what's coming next?
Should I cut this pork shoulder in half before I smoke it?
Alas, I ran out at the end of last summer. Now that Ontario Gas Barbecue is gone, I don't know of another supplier. US companies are no longer shipping it into Canada as far as I can tell. Has a...
Does anyone have a recipe for a BBQ sauce that is NOT sweet? One that does not contain sugar, or molasses or honey? BBQ in North America is most often copied from the Americans and I find, (at le...
We got a Bradley smoker. Yay! We're making sausages. Next up on the list is a hot-smoked, pork Jagerwurst (Ruhlman "Charcuterie"), with nutmeg, ginger, garlic, coriander, mustard, salt, pepper. ...
I don't know if Germany or a similar European country has this grill culture - like Peter Luger Steak House?
But this vid introduced a technique for grilling that is new to me and worth watchin...
Does anyone know what type of rub/seasoning Lem's uses on their rib tips? The flavor is distinct from other places. In Florida now and would like to do some BBQ with his signature flavor, taste.
I thought I'd pose this question here for barbecue and grill afficianados.
I have several cooker setups, but my favorite is my heavily-used Chuckwagon offset/Texas Pit (I forget which model). C...
I was REALLY in the mood for some Smoked Duck Pastrami yesterday. Problem is, unless you have the room and disposable income for a proper setup, or live out in the sticks somewhere with an outhouse...
Is there another place like Bobby Lees in the east bay? I remember dropping my home made goodies to get smoked there..
Aaron Franklin, a veritable god of smoked meat, has come out with his own line of smokers.
Starting price is about on a par with a ten year old Honda. I used to...
Hi all, Hubby and I are about strike out on our first camping trip across the river to the bluffs of Wisconsin after the Covid-19 stay-at-home order kept us sequestered. I've completely run out of...