Never before have you tasted the sweet tang of Carolina barbecue quite like these sliders. Click here to learn how to turn a plain old pork butt into your new favorite meal.
Down in Texas, black pepper is the number one seasoning to use. For this brisket, pepper leads the pack too. Mouth watering and pull-apart, this is the holy grail of smoked meats. Think you’re ready?
Nothing says summer like a rack of baby back ribs; or winter for that matter. Whatever the occasion, smoked pork ribs are the way to go. Lather them up with your favorite BBQ sauce and you’re good to go.
One of the first recipes every backyard smoker should try, beer can chicken. Two easy ingredients: a whole chicken and a can of beer. Plus seasoning of course but everyone knows it’s all about the beer you choose. Here’s a recipe for the classic dish.