Football season is rapidly approaching, and with it my favorite part of fall: tailgating. Sure, I love grilling year-round, but there’s something special about the challenge and the camaraderie of a tailgate. And while everyone loves burgers and hot dogs, I like to branch out a bit and bring something a little less predictable to … Read more17 Grilling Recipes for Your Next Tailgate
Brisket is a notoriously intimidating cut to cook – not least because of the dreaded “stall.” But with a little planning and a lot of patience, brisket is nothing to be afraid of, and well worth the wait. We’re here to demystify the stall so you know what’s really happening, what to expect, and what … Read moreBrisket Stall – What Is It and How to Beat It
Gas smokers, which use your everyday propane tanks for fuel, are a common choice for beginners. They aren’t overly complex and don’t require constant attention. Additionally, a typical propane smoker can hold a lot of food relative to its small footprint. In this guide, not only will we go over the best propane smoker for … Read moreBest Propane Smoker of 2019 [Gas Smoker Buyer’s Guide]
You’ve taken the plunge and smoked a whole, delicious, perfectly tender brisket. Bravo! And while few things are better than a brisket sandwich straight from the smoker, don’t fear the leftovers. Here are 13 recipes sure to do your time-earned meaty masterpiece justice, and keep you in brisket heaven a while longer. 1. Brisket Chili … Read more13 Awesome Leftover Brisket Recipes
If you’ve ever visited a Brazilian steakhouse, or churrascaria, you’ve likely been offered a cut of succulent, melt-in-your-mouth tender, skewered steak called picanha. I’ve had a lot of steaks, but the first time I tried picanha, it was a totally new experience for me. It’s the best steak in the world, and certainly the best … Read moreWhat is Picanha? All About Brazil’s Favorite Steak
The Slow ‘N Sear from Adrenaline Barbecue Company is one of the most popular grill accessories on the market. If you watch meat smoking tutorials on YouTube or keep up with BBQ blogs, you’ve probably come across someone singing its praises. But is it really worth it? I recently got my hands on the Slow … Read moreSlow ‘N Sear Review – Is It Worth It?
If you’ve ordered jalapeño poppers from your local sports bar, you’re probably familiar with the typical breaded variety. And while those can be yummy in their own way, they often just taste like chunks of fried cream cheese. I promise you can do so much better at home! With these smoked jalapeño poppers, you’ll really … Read moreSmoked Jalapeno Poppers – A Game Day Favorite
If you’re craving some burnt ends but don’t want to deal with a whole brisket, chuck roast is the perfect substitute. These poor man’s burnt ends are every bit as smokey, sweet, and tender as traditional ones. Make ’em right, and your guests won’t know the difference. Enjoy! Poor Man’s Burnt Ends Recipe Here’s how … Read morePoor Man’s Burnt Ends [Recipe + Tips]
If you’re in the market for a relatively simple dual-probe thermometer, ThermoPro’s TP20 model might be right for you. Its intuitive design and durability make it one of the most popular thermometers in the world of smoking and grilling, and it sits at the #1 spot in our roundup of the best smoker thermometers. In … Read moreThermoPro TP20 Review – King of Smoker Thermometers?
Is it possible to smoke on a gas grill? Absolutely! In fact, it’s much easier than a lot of other smoking methods. In this article I’ll break down how to set up your gas grill for indirect heat, and we’ll take a look at some helpful smoking accessories. Let’s get into it! Table of Contents … Read moreHow to Smoke on a Gas Grill [Technique + Accessories]