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Tips on Smoking Meat for Christmas

2016-01-18T11:53:03+00:00 By |

Hello and welcome to the Christmas edition of the smoking meat newsletter! I hope you have not put away your smoker for the winter since there is no better time to cook than around the Christmas holiday. Nothing smells better on a cold day than a smoker with a ham, turkey, ribs or even a prime rib wafting out over [...]

Smoked Pork Sirloin Roast

2018-03-26T16:54:06+00:00 By |

Hello and welcome to the Smoking Meat newsletter where we seek to teach you everything that we know about cooking outdoors with smoke. I sure hope everyone had a great Thanksgiving and was able to spend lots of quality time with the people you care about eating and having a great time together. As usual, I have received a lot [...]

Smoked Ham for Thanksgiving

2016-01-12T17:37:57+00:00 By |

Last week I sent out a newsletter with complete instructions for smoking a turkey breast on Thanksgiving but no Thanksgiving is really complete without a smoked ham on the table. What a lot of folks don't realize is that the hams you buy in the store that are already smoked and ready to heat and eat are good but they [...]

Smoked Turkey Breast for Thanksgiving

2016-06-05T12:10:55+00:00 By |

The Thanksgiving holiday is upon us once again here in the USA and the tradition is to have turkey and perhaps ham and all the sides that go along with that. It's a time when family and friends get together and remember all that they have to be thankful for. Under normal circumstances I would be doing a full sized [...]

Wet, Sauced Up, Sticky Smoked Ribs

2016-08-04T00:44:33+00:00 By |

I usually prefer the ribs be simply dry rubbed and smoked with maybe a little sauce on the side but sometimes you just want some sticky, messy smoked ribs and this recipe is all about that. This method calls for dry rubbing the ribs with Jeff's original rub recipe (purchase recipes) and then smoking them for about 2 hours. After [...]

How To Use a Charcoal Chimney Starter

2017-01-26T14:48:24+00:00 By |

There are many ways to light the charcoal for your charcoal smoker but I highly recommend using a charcoal chimney starter when performing this task. If I can go a step further, allow me to recommend the ones made by Weber as they are larger and more durable than most of the other brands that I have seen available. You [...]

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