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Archive for September, 2017

Clean Eating and Barbecue

Clean Eating and Barbecue

As Pitmaster’s, BBQ and Grill lovers, you may think all we eat is Protein, Protein, Protein. We do speak alot about Paleo and Keto Diets, which focus on eating more Protein and Less Carbs. But we as Grillmaster’s are not eating Brisket, Steak and all Types of Red Meat Everyday. For us, Proteins include small […]

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The Science of Marinades

The Science of Marinades

By: Andrew Nobles When encountering a less than stellar piece of meat, we have always leaned on a bit of chemistry to help enhance it—the marinade. But if you are anything like me, the how and the why of something is interesting. This article will be a quick reference on what is really going on […]

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Sunny Summer Burger with Fries Recipe

Sunny Summer Burger with Fries Recipe

By: Christopher R During the summer we always have loads to do, and it seems like never enough time. We want a meal that’s filling and can hold us over for more than a few hours. Enter, the sunny summer burger with fries.  First, I preheat the oven to 425, I know most see oven and […]

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3 Reasons Why Fall Is The Perfect Barbecue Season

3 Reasons Why Fall Is The Perfect Barbecue Season

By: Michael C. 3 Reasons Why Fall Is The Perfect Barbecue Season The words summer and barbecue have long seemed like the perfect match. Grilling some burgers and hot dogs on a warm summer night is a hallmark of barbecue. Though summer receives most of the limelight, fall is the unsung hero of the grilling […]

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Low and Slow Ribs with Homemade BBQ Sauce Recipe

Low and Slow Ribs with Homemade BBQ Sauce Recipe

By: Tracy Nawara Homemade BBQ Sauce  There was a recent expose from Dr. Oz regarding Healthy BBQ. Dr. Oz revealed that Barbecuing low-and-slow is much Healthier than we all thought. It softens the collagen in meat and actually melts away the unhealthy fats creating a succulent, juicy piece of meat. But why ruin it with […]

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How to Select the Right Wood for Smoking your Protein

How to Select the Right Wood for Smoking your Protein

By: Nicole Dossantos   The Best Woods for Smoking on the BBQ  From making mouthwatering steaks to delicious burgers, great Pitmasters know that there are many different types of wood that are great for smoking on the Barbeque.   For those of you who are new to cooking with wood, you’re in for a treat. Simply […]

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Is it Barbecue or Barbeque? What’s the proper spelling?

Is it Barbecue or Barbeque? What’s the proper spelling?

Barbecue or barbeque is both a cooking method and an apparatus. Barbecuing is done slowly over low, indirect heat and the food is flavored from the smoking process. The word “barbecue” when used as a noun can refer to: the cooking method itself, the meat cooked this way, the cooking apparatus used (the “barbecue grill” […]

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35 Fun Food Facts

35 Fun Food Facts

According to the Urban Dictionary Fun Food is a certain type of food that, when eating it, is the equivalent of having fun. It may make you recall past fun times or inspire future ones. Eaten socially with someone you know you can have a tremendous amount of fun with. Kids play with their Food. […]

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Franklin’s BBQ Espresso Sauce – Copycat Recipe

Franklin’s BBQ Espresso Sauce – Copycat Recipe

Yeah, we’ll never make Brisket like Franklin does, but we can try to mimic his Espresso recipe. Makes 3 Cups 1-1/2 cups ketchup 1/2 cup cider vinegar 1/2 cup distilled white vinegar 1/4 cup soy sauce 1 tablespoon garlic powder 1 tablespoon onion powder 1/4 cup (packed) dark brown sugar 2 to 3 tablespoons brisket […]

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Campfire Recipes: Rotisserie Stuffed Sourkraut Chicken

Campfire Recipes: Rotisserie Stuffed Sourkraut Chicken

By: Tracy Nawara Sauerkraut-Stuffed Rotisserie Chicken    Recently, I spent a weekend camping in a beautiful State Park. The greatest part of the trip was not only being in nature, but also the food! My husband, father-in-law and his spouse all focused on cooking amazing food out in the wilderness. There is nothing like a […]

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Enter – the Brussel Sprout.

Enter – the Brussel Sprout.

By: Samuel Klusmeyer Barbequing is a delicate art form. Slow cooked ribs made of meat that falls from the bone and steak crusted – tough on the exterior and tender internally. Meat that makes you believe that you can be more like Mr. Dos Equis, the most interesting man in the world. Good meat is […]

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BBQ Review – Hog Heaven

BBQ Review – Hog Heaven

Mississippi is the patron state of gas station barbecue, and Hog Heaven finds itself among these humble origins.  

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The Perfect Veggie for any Meat

The Perfect Veggie for any Meat

By: Christopher Riviers Who loves a good bbq, everyone! There’s nothing like a nice cut of meat, seasoned properly and flamed kissed. But there’s always the conflicting decision of what veggies should you have with it? Some say it depends on the meat, others say it depends on the side or the combination of the […]

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Can’t Decide on a Vegetable? MIX IT UP!

Can’t Decide on a Vegetable? MIX IT UP!

By: Christopher Riviers Feeling indecisive about what vegetable to choose to go with that chicken breast you are about to throw on the grill? Perhaps this side can help. I’ve made this side primarily in a skillet on the stove, but after trying it on the grill, I enjoy the crisp crunch that a grill […]

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The Four Types Of BBQ Smokers 

The Four Types Of BBQ Smokers 

By: Michael Capecci Over the past few years, the market for grills has gained traction at an incredible pace. These days you’ll need more than a new Weber Spirit to impress your friends.  If you want to stand out among the growing crowd of barbecue enthusiasts, you’ll need to pickup a smoker. But with so […]

Is Barbeque Harmful to your Health?

Is Barbeque Harmful to your Health?

If you’re looking for a healthy way to cook your food consider grilling. Research has shown that grilling your meat results in less fat content and reduced risk for some diseases. 

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