Looking for an All-American BBQ this 4th? How about mesquite-smoked chicken with a Southern Spice Dry Rub? This is a great combo for indirect heat set-up such as in a smoker. However, you could omit sugar and grill the chicken … Continue reading
Put lit charcoal under your makeshift-storage-shelf-turned-grill before you try to cook your dinner! Mike Rowe didn’t in this frame-grab from a Ford advertisement.
Spices are huge when it comes to the flavor of your BBQ. If you are going to rub your butt (I love sayin’ that!) or season your seared steak with any amount of herbs or spices, you should consider buying … Continue reading
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Typically one should use an accurate digital meat thermometer to determine the internal temperature of your cut of meat & find whether or not it has reached the appropriate temperature (see my posts about Minimum Meat Temperatures & a review … Continue reading
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