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Best wood for smoking cheese

Your Favorite Smoked Cheese – Best Wood For Smoking

Everyone’s heard of smoking meat, but chances are good that most people only think of smoked cheese around the winter holidays, what with those meat and cheese gift baskets. Cheese may seem like an unconventional thing to smoke but there are actually several advantages when smoking a piece of cheese, some of the more notable

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The Real Texas BBQ Sauce

The Real Texas BBQ Sauce

In many of our previous entries, we have talked about how our ancient ancestors were already preserving and seasoning meat using herbal concoctions that were tantamount to what is today’s rub. Yet, it is impossible to deny that tender and juicy meat goes extremely well with a sumptuous, deliciously sweet and tangy seasoning sauce as

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Brined and smoked pork side

Delicious Brined And Smoked Pork Side

Side pork is the part of the pig where most of our favorite pork products come from. Think bacon, pork belly, short ribs, and spare ribs. The meat itself comes from the belly, which is, as you already know, is located toward “the side” of the pig. If you are still unfamiliar with other cuts

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The best smoked turkey rub

The Best Smoked Turkey Rub Recipe

Preparing delicious mouth-watering turkey meat for Thanksgiving and Christmas is a lively tradition in North America and Europe. Every year, a vast quantity of meat is processed to meet the demand of millions of consumers. For health-conscious individuals, smoked Turkey is considered among one of the tastiest and nutritious dishes. Most Turkeys are baked or

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Ham brining

Ham Brining 101 – Everything You Need To Know

Many people want to have a great quality ham at home. Ham brining offers you that in a quick and simple way. That beautiful pink color and flavor we all like in ham, bacon or other meats can be done by curing. Curing preserves the meat. Store bought hams are salted and dry-cured for many

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Tri tip roast on a charcoal grill

Barbecue Tri Tip Roast on Your Charcoal Grill

“Steak” is not a singular cut of meat. You have t-bone, tomahawk, flank steak, etc. The tri tip, or “triangle steak,” gets its named from the triangular muscle along the sides, below the bottom sirloin. Beef tri tip has a moderate degree of variance in fattiness, meaning one tri tip’ flavor may be completely different

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Types of pellets for a Traeger grill

Types Of Pellets For A Traeger Grill

Pellet Grills have quite a significant number of advantages when compared to more standard grills and smokers, which is why they’ve started to become increasingly more popular over the past few years. This has led to more people considering switching over to them, although many people may not know enough about them to make the

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Pulled pork finishing sauce

Pulled Pork Finishing Sauce Recipe

Pulled Pork is one of the most popular pork-based dishes in the United States. Originated in the Southern region of the U.S.A, this staple of sweet and savory goodness consists of slow-cooking a pork shoulder at low, indirect heat. Using this method helps the meat preserve its natural juice and tenderness. Once cooked and pulled,

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Success stories

BBQ Success Stories – June

Barbecue has a very special way of bringing people closer together. Every time you share a meal and a memory with your friends or family, your relationship becomes just a little bit deeper. Grill Master University gives you an opportunity to Win A Free Steak Dinner on us! All you need to do is share

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The Best Smoked Beer Can Chicken

The Best Smoked Beer Can Chicken Recipe

You’ve probably heard of beer can chicken, even if you haven’t had the pleasure of trying it yet. And if that’s the case, you’ll want to get started as soon as possible, because this recipe will supply you with some of the juiciest, most flavorful, most tender meat you’ll ever tasted. Beer can chicken is

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