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Tips For Making The Perfect Grill Marks

Tips For Making The Perfect Grill Marks

By: Joshua Rooks Tips For Making The Perfect Grill Marks Final Nearly everyone likes to see those picture-perfect grill marks covering their meal. It doesn’t matter if it’s meat or vegetables, the look is almost as important as the taste. For some of us, there’s the obligatory social-media picture that follows because we simply must […]

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Capturing Smoky Grill Flavor without Sacrificing Health

Capturing Smoky Grill Flavor without Sacrificing Health

By: Rebecca Hughes   Capturing Smoky Grill Flavor without Sacrificing Health? We’ve got you covered. Healthy Barbecue Ideas The aroma of smoking BBQ during a gathering of loved ones is incomparable. Unfortunately, smoking meat has an unhealthy reputation. Often generalized as fatty, high in sodium, and even increasing the risk of cancers due to carcinogens. […]

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A Quick Guide To Barbecue Safety

A Quick Guide To Barbecue Safety

By: Joshua Rooks Grilling can be the highlight of your day. It can be the event you look forward to throughout the week. Barbecuing can become the vehicle through which you make great memories. Or…it could be the exact opposite.     Unfortunately, reality has dictated that grilling and smoking can be dangerous. From bacteria in […]

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Hot Or Not: Cold Smoking vs. Hot Smoking

Hot Or Not: Cold Smoking vs. Hot Smoking

  Smoked foods aren’t always cooked foods. Contrary to preconceived notions, sometimes, it’s just about imparting that wonderful smoke flavor into the food of choice. In this article, we’ll be talking about when to use which smoking method, as well as some rules to follow once you’ve decided to cold smoke your meats.   What’s […]

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Top 4 Nutrition Food Trends 2018

Top 4 Nutrition Food Trends 2018

Sponsored Content Several food and nutrition trends were in the spotlight this year, including the continued rise of plant-based diets, non-dairy ice creams and superfoods that are blasts from the past — legumes, apples and cabbage. It can be easy to experience nutrition whiplash in the New Year, but don’t be a victim. Get a […]

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Spoon Up Tradition

Spoon Up Tradition

Sponsored Content When cooler temperatures call for something to warm you up, good, old-fashioned soups and stews may be just what you need. You can create delicious, steaming pots that taste like they’re straight out of mom’s kitchen with flavorful, convenient ingredients such as Aunt Nellie’s Pickled Beets and READ Salads to help streamline preparation. […]

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Classic Holiday Courses

Classic Holiday Courses

Satisfy your guests with timeless favorites Sponsored Content When the holidays come around and you’re looking for a menu to please your guests, stick to time-honored classics to ensure everyone goes home happy. For a spread that’s sure to shine, start with a Baked Honey Ham complemented by simple White Wine Glazed Carrots for the […]

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Enjoy Your Outdoor Kitchen All Year Long

Enjoy Your Outdoor Kitchen All Year Long

  Sponsored Content Building an outdoor kitchen is a significant investment that can be rewarding for years to come. It’s important to take advantage of nice days and temperate seasons as much as possible, no matter in which part of the country you live. However, with proper planning and preparation, you can fully maximize the […]

A Celebrity Chef’s Secrets to Building a Better Sandwich

A Celebrity Chef’s Secrets to Building a Better Sandwich

Sponsored Content  A great sandwich is a delicious meal choice, which could be why about 60 percent of American adults eat at least one for lunch every week and 70 percent pack one or more in their children’s lunches, according to food industry trend-watching company Datassential. In fact, sandwiches are so popular and so common […]

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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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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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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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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 […]

Barbecue and The Keto Diet

Barbecue and The Keto Diet

The keto diet (also known as ketogenic diet, low carb diet and LCHF diet) is a low carbohydrate, high fat diet. Maintaining this diet is a great tool for weight loss. More importantly though, according to an increasing number of studies, it helps reduce risk factors for diabetes, heart diseases, stroke, Alzheimer’s, epilepsy, and more1-6. […]

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It’s all about The Rub: BBQ Rub Review

It’s all about The Rub: BBQ Rub Review

By Pitmaster Samuel Klusmeyer     Slow cooking is an honored tradition of food preparation. There’s something in the process. Heating your cooking surfaces to the perfect temperature, preparing your ingredients, coating your choice meat with a rub that’s just waiting to crust… oh so deliciously, and then basting again and again while the hours […]

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