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Most of the short ribs found in local grocers will be cut up into small pieces. I located this uncut rack of beef short ribs at a local grocery store but I had to ask for them and they were retrieved from the back. Much like brisket, you have to cook them low and slow until they are well past done to enjoy...

While much of the pork that we smoke and grill is anything but healthy, smoked pork tenderloin rivals lean white meat chicken in calories, fat and cholesterol....

These stuffed sausage poppers are great for almost anytime and especially when you have hungry people coming to your house. Easy to make and brings a smile...

Is there anything better than football with friends and family and great food? As football season begins, I would like to take a little time to show you...

I love eating food from a stick.. popsicles, kabobs, corndogs, you name it, that’s just my kind of thing. Smoked pork butt on a stick is right...

Maybe I’m the dummy but I have to admit that I’ve not always turned out perfect briskets (some were barely edible) and with the cost of a whole...

Over the years we have posted several recipes for smoked meatloaf and, of course, the accolades just pour in and especially from those who have just tried...

Rick Shaw, a newsletter subscriber, smoker enthusiast and one who is obviously not afraid to do things differently, emailed me a couple of weeks ago mentioning...

Smoked chicken breasts are good all on their own, however, if you want to try something different and really, really good, stuff them with a mixture of...

As you may know from reading my posts, I have a “thing” about ribs.. namely pork ribs and to get even more specific with it, smoked baby back...

Learn to Smoke Meat with Jeff Phillips