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How to Smoke Ribs
I consider ribs to be one of the holy trinities of low-and-slow barbecue, but getting them just right (i.e. the perfect bite that doesn’t “fall of the bone” despite popular lore, kissed with just the right amount of seasoning and smoke) takes practice. Here to get you started in the rig
How to Smoke Meat Without a Smoker
You can get authentic wood-smoke flavor at your Memorial Day cookout without any fancy equipment. These recipes for oysters smoked on the half shell and cherry-smoked strip steaks call for nothing more than a standard kettle grill.
How to Smoke Every Meat Without a Smoker
Because smoked meat is amazing, but gigantic outdoor smokers are definitely not.
Smoking Steak: The Definitive How-To Guide to Smoked Perfection
Grilling tends to be the go-to outdoor cooking option, but we’re hot on smoking too. To begin smoking steak, you’ll need four key supplies...
Uncured Smoked Buffalo Bacon 10 oz.
Bacon lovers, this is for you! Our Wild Idea Buffalo Bacon is a staff favorite and a customer favorite. It is 100% grass-fed, *nitrite free, and has a hint of sweetness for full bacon flavor. No need to deny your love of bacon any longer with Wild Idea Buffalo Bacon! 10 oz. package. Ingredients: 100% Grass-fed Buff
How to Make Smoked Brisket: An Easy Guide via Omaha Steaks
BBQ'ing the perfect brisket is always a challenge and takes a lot of practice to master but thanks to Omaha Steaks who provided some simple tips
How to Make Smoked Brisket: An Easy Guide for BBQ Newbies!
Great barbeque is easy with Omaha Steaks. (After all, our beef is better!) Learn how to make smoked brisket in 6 easy steps.
How to Make BBQ Joint’s Smoked Wings with Ranch Dressing
Union Market’s Test Kitchen series—a lineup of free demos from stalls like the District Fishwife and DC Dosa—happens every Wednesday, from 6 to 8 PM, tonight through April 8th. On March 25th, BBQ Joint chef/owner Andrew Evans will show off...
Richard A. Hodge's answer to How long should I smoke a brisket?
Answered 11w ago · Author has 432 answers and 395.2k answer views First thing you need is a good brisket rub . Then low and slow is the golden rule to a delicious and tender brisket. A low cooking temperature and a slow cooking speed. A temperature of about 225 degrees is a good range. An internal temperature of about 195 degrees is ideal. A brisket will stall, or the temperature will stop increasing when the brisket reaches 165 degrees or so. At…
Just How Many Americans Have Smoked Pot?
Get Some Tailgating Grilling Tips With 'BBQ King Stu'
Fall football tailgating days are quickly approaching. WCCO caught up with Stu, self-proclaimed king of the barbecue, who shares how to make the most out of your pre-game celebration.
10 things to do with smoked salmon
This luxurious smoked fish can be used in recipes as well as enjoyed straight from the pack in slices. We have inspiration, from soup to sushi.
Enter for a Chance to Win One of Three $100 Gift Certificates for Nueske’s Smoked Meats
To celebrate National Pork Month, Nueske's is giving away three $100 gift certificates, so you can order all the smoked bacon you want. Enter now to win!
How Burger King Turned Documentary Footage of Andy Warhol Eating a Whopper Into Its Super Bowl Ad
CMO Fernando Machado shares how the fast-food brand made the spot.
A Cut Above: Your Ultimate Guide to Steak
A juicy steak hot off the grill is a staple of summer and the perfect low-carb meal. If you're following Atkins, you can enjoy red meat in every Phase. Read on
What is an Omaha-Cut Ribeye?
Introducing a brand new steak: the OMAHA-CUT RIBEYE. After more than a century as America’s Original Butcher, ribeye perfection is only at Omaha Steaks.
Top Rated Inferno Cut And Smoke Cigar Sampler
Take a look at our Top Rated Inferno Cut And Smok as well as other cigars here at Famous Smoke Shop.
Ward's Supermarket, Gainesville, FL
Confused on which cut of beef to use? We compiled a list of beef cuts with details on what they are and where they come from to help next time you shop.