Smoked turkey for when you don't have a lot of time, say, like 6 hours or more.
What more can be said than the title?? Come on now, this is a Man's Burger. All meat, with a twist. The flavor combination is unbelievable. You get hit with the sweet, the sour, and the salty all at the same time and your taste buds just explode.
Great spare ribs in a sweet and spicy sauce. You'll cook these using the indirect grilling method.
Amazing BBQ ribs come from a complex blend of spices--but once you get all the ingredients together, the actual cooking is pretty easy.
Low and slow ribs on your grill. Wood chips give the deep flavor, and you'll make an easy barbecue sauce while these ribs are cooking to spread on the ribs at the end of cooking. Make sure you have plenty of napkins ready, because people will be digging into these with no regard for table manners.
“Who doesn’t love a good pulled pork or brisket sandwich?” Derk asks. With that as the main attraction topped with Derk's own barbeque sauceand with a
honey mustard coleslaw on the side, it’s party time! Serve on toasted, buttered brioche buns.
You can serve this on pasta, on sandwiches, rolled in a tortilla, on salads, or just eat if by itself. Smother with dressing as desired. Make sure not to overcook the tofu - just brown it on both sides.
Three racks of succulent pork ribs slow-cooked in a water smoker with one bottle of red wine added to water bowl, fully smoked with barbecue sauce on from the start.
Nothing goes better with pork than rosemary, and when complimented by sweet brown sugar and cooked low and slow over a hot fire or in the smoker pork will never taste so good.
Low and slow is the secret to these ribs. Just rub 'em with a dry rub, throw 'em in the smoker, and you're nearly done. Mop them with your favorite BBQ sauce, then grab a roll of paper towels and start eatin'!
You've never had baked potatoes like these before, infused with the flavor of hickory chips (thanks to a couple of hours in your smoker).