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Pineapple + Pork + Smoke = BBQ Greatness

Pineapple + Pork + Smoke = BBQ Greatness

I know this may be a Southern thing, but why do people put pineapple ON their pork as well as injecting it INTO their pork? The quick and dirty answer is the enzyme bromelain, which tenderizes proteins (Hello, Ribs and Christmas Ham!) and gives them a sweet taste. But there is yet another reason… Pineapple […]

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NEW Batch BBQ Barbecue Rubs! Opening Season

NEW Batch BBQ Barbecue Rubs! Opening Season

It’s that Time of Year again. The time where our Friends and Family get to try the Old Rubs we have been working with AND our Time to OPEN Our New Season up with NEW Rubs! Every Year on March 1st, we open up our Next Batch of BBQ Rubs we Want to Try. We […]

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Pairing Seasonings with Food

Seasoning Tips to Help you Savor a Great Grilling Season Days are getting longer and temperatures are warmer — you can probably recognize all the signs that Grilling Season has arrived! But do you know how to Best Season all the Fresh Foods you’ll Grill this Summer? Sure, a dash of salt and pepper may […]

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Liquid Smoke – Does it Add an Authentic Smoke Flavor?

Liquid Smoke – Does it Add an Authentic Smoke Flavor?

Liquid smoke is a liquid flavoring. It is commonly used as a substitute for cooking with real wood smoke i.e Barbecue grilling/smoking.It can be added to any meat or vegetable and will impart a smokey flavor to that food. The purist grill master out there, still would prefer the open barbecue grill and to be […]

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Best Seasoning

Best Seasoning

Best Seasoning The Famous Dave Seasoning When it comes to seasoning I like using the Famous Dave’s Rib Rub seasoning or Chicken Seasoning as a base when smoking ribs or big pieces of meat. For my seasoning, I usually have one-third of the rub (Famous Dave’s) and then add pepper, garlic powder and onion powder […]