2010

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6 10, 2012

Pastrami (Smoked Corned Beef Brisket)

By |October 6th, 2012|Beef, Newsletters|11 Comments

Hello and welcome to the February 2010 edition of the smoking meat newsletter! This month we are talking about a subject that is dear to many people’s hearts and super easy to do.. Pastrami.

This may not be exactly the same as the traditional pastrami or reuben that you would find in a New York deli […]

16 12, 2010

Smoked Ham and 3-2-1 Smoked Ribs- December 2010 Newsletter

By |December 16th, 2010|Newsletters, Pork|2 Comments

Hello friends and welcome to the December edition of the smoking meat newsletter. With Christmas coming in less than 10 days, I want to make sure that all of you are prepared for the cooking part of the holiday and for this reason, I am presenting a double feature newsletter where we will be talking […]

11 11, 2010

Smoked Cranberry Brined Turkey

By |November 11th, 2010|Featured, Newsletters, Poultry|3 Comments

Welcome folks to the November 2010 issue of the smoking meat newsletter and as promised this is the Thanksgiving issue where we always talk about smoking a whole turkey.

I do want you to know that this year, I have added a wonderfully tasty twist to the turkey and, as always, it is best when done […]

21 10, 2010

Smoked Bone-in Turkey Breast

By |October 21st, 2010|Newsletters, Poultry|12 Comments

Hello friends and welcome to the October 2010 edition of the smoking meat newsletter. With the Thanksgiving holiday just around the corner for us Americans, it's all about the turkey and the fixin's and this month it's all about smoked bone-in turkey breast.

I have to admit that I am not a big fan of turkey […]

23 09, 2010

Pecan/Cherry Smoked Pork Steaks- September 2010 Newsletter

By |September 23rd, 2010|Newsletters, Pork|0 Comments

Hello friends and welcome to the September edition of the smoking meat newsletter. I have been asked several times over the last few weeks about smoking pork steaks and I realized that I have never written a newsletter about these wonderful pieces of meat.

This month I am going to show you exactly how to smoke […]

2 09, 2010

Smoked Chicken Extravaganza- Labor Day 2010 Newsletter

By |September 2nd, 2010|Newsletters, Poultry|1 Comment

Hello friends and welcome to my special Labor Day edition of the smoking meat
newsletter.

I don't always produce a holiday version of the newsletter but I
have gotten so many thank you emails from the past editions that I want to throw out a little help to all of you getting ready to do your Labor day […]

19 08, 2010

How to Smoke Rib Planks & Chicken Bites

By |August 19th, 2010|Appetizers, Newsletters, Pork, Poultry|1 Comment

Hello friends and welcome to the August edition of the smoking meat newsletter. I know that many of you are probably not doing a lot of smoking due to the extremely hot weather but if you do get in the mood for something smoked, then something quick and easy like ribs, chicken or even some […]

29 07, 2010

How to Smoke Salmon – July 2010 Newsletter

By |July 29th, 2010|Fish, Newsletters|6 Comments

Hello and welcome to the July 2010 edition of the smoking meat newsletter.

This month, I would like to turn the focus toward smoking salmon. We won't exactly be cold smoking it but we won't be smoking it hot at 225 degrees like we normally do most other meats either.

Salmon happens to be a fish that […]

1 07, 2010

Smoking Brisket and Other Topics – Smoking Meat Newsletter

By |July 1st, 2010|Beef, Newsletters|1 Comment

Hello and welcome to this special holiday edition of the smoking meat newsletter. The American Independence day is coming up in a few days and many of you will be celebrating this grand occasion with barbecue, fireworks, and lots of watermelon.

With an event like this, I want to make sure that all of you are […]

1 06, 2010

Cherry Smoked Country Style Ribs – June 2010 Newsletter

By |June 1st, 2010|Newsletters, Pork|1 Comment

Hello and welcome to the June 2010 edition of the Smoking Meat newsletter.

As I do every month, I try to do something new, or I try to cover things that I have not covered in a while or I try to show you how to do something a little different. As it turns out, I […]