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    1 Reviews |  By Whipper

    I've noticed that Paul Kirk, the "Baron of Barbecue", always bastes his meats with a mustard sauce before putting them in the smoker. He claims this is the most important step you can do in barbecuing, as it seals and moistens the meat. The vinegars in it interact with the enzymes of the meat and it enhances the flavor of the meat without actually giving it a mustard taste. It also acts as a glue for the dry rub. I really noticed an improvement after I started using it. This a mustard sauce I put together that you can use on ribs, pork butt, brisket and chicken.

    Recipe #162558

    2 Reviews |  By Whipper

    A quick and easy honey mustard sauce by Steven Raichlen. After waiting paitiently for 14 hours for our pulled pork to be ready to eat, this is the only sauce for us that deserves to go onto the sandwiches! I find that this amount here is good for about 5-6 pulled pork sandwiches.

    Recipe #161714

    1 Reviews |  By Whipper

    With it's sweet caramel flavor, cola is just begging to be made into a barbecue sauce! Root beer and Dr. Pepper works well too. You can use your method of cooking the ribs instead of the '3-2-1 method' presented here, but try it if you haven't already. The mustard paint does not actually give the meat a mustard flavor in the end, but it does enhance the flavor of the meat, as well as seal and moisten it and act as a glue for the dry rub.

    Recipe #161553

    A good all-purpose barbecue spice rub that is best suited for indirect cooking, or at least medium to low direct grilling. The sugar will burn with direct grilling over high heat. You can subsitute the cane sugar with brown sugar, but because of the mositure content it tends to clump and isn't as easy to work with. You can always dry the brown sugar by spreading it out on a cookie sheet and letting sit until it drys out, stirring every 2-3 hours.

    Recipe #160535

    A really nice tex-mex style rub by Jamie Purviance that's great on steaks. This makes enough for four good sized steaks, but I quadruple it and store it in a air-tight jar so that it's always handy.

    Recipe #160534

    1 Reviews |  By Whipper

    A great rub for chicken on the BBQ that goes well with most sauces. I always use it for wings on the grill. You can substitute cane sugar with brown sugar, although the moisture content of it will cause clumping in your rub. You can avoid the clumping by drying out the brown sugar by spreading it out on a cookie sheet, stirring it around every three hours.

    Recipe #160533

    2 Reviews |  By Whipper

    Just loaded with wonderful flavor, even without using the dipping sauce, that really compliments the pork. These ribs are a real departure from the usual approach! In fact, this is our preferred way to have ribs most of the time now. I've adapted this recipe from the "License to Grill" show to the '3-2-1 method' of cooking ribs that I always use now. You can easily re-adapt this to your way of cooking ribs if you want, but the 3-2-1 method does yield great results every time. Don't let the list of ingredients and instructions intimidate you, it's really not that difficult or labor intensive to make. If you happen to have a pineapple on hand, you could add some rind from it along with the wood chips for an extra complimentary layer of flavor in the smoke.

    Recipe #154558

    This recipe is a lot of work if you are not "the more ingredients/steps the better" kind of cook. Even if you are not, you'll find it worth it; especially if you are cooking for a large group. In the end, the chicken will taste better than any chicken has a right to--your guests will be speechless. I recommend doing a several whole chickens cut in half, or 1/4 chickens (big thigh/drumstick pieces), and/or whole breasts. The idea is big pieces are best, and all about the same size/thickness. Prep time does not include time spent in the brine, prepping the smoker, the grill, etc. I got the brine recipe off the internet. It's called Don's Poultry Brine and is the best I've ever come across. I use it for brining turkeys as well. You may well ask "why brine at all?" Poultry will get very dry during the smoking process. Brining the poultry will result in tasty, moist meat.

    Recipe #153479

    This is the real deal--it doesn't get any better than this. You'll need a smoker, that uses wood (not electric), and one that you can control the temperature on. A kettle BBQ pit (like a Webber) using indirect heat might work, but they tend to get too hot. A pit smoker with a separate fire box is best. For best results, use hickory or pecan. Mesquite is good too, but tends to be a little bitter when smoking for very long periods of time. Prep time does not include marinating over night or the time necessary to get the smoker going.

    Recipe #152445

    Posted for Zaar World Tour 2005. Helen Henderson, the chef, says that to satisfy any potato loving Swede's craving for pasta salad, you should add angel-hair pasta tossed with olive oil, salt and pepper. I say this looks good enough to eat on its own and the olives and tomatoes look too good to leave out. I reduced the olive oil to 1 tablespoon from 3 and guessed on the cook time. If you don't have access to a grill I think you could grill in a non-stick frying pan with a small amount of olive oil. From The Swedish Table.

    Recipe #134440

    If you like pineapple upside down cake, you will LOVE this grilled pineapple. Basic ingredients compliment each other perfectly. This is really best when served still hot along with vanilla ice cream, with the warm sauce drizzled on both the pineapple and the ice cream. Prep time does not include time for the pineapple to macerate since that is very flexible.

    Recipe #119267

    1 Reviews |  By Whipper

    This recipe uses nearly a whole bottle of dark beer, such as stout, which gives these aromatic burgers a nice subtle carmel-like flavor and color. I like to use a Belgium strong beer for these. You can include a couple jalapeno peppers, seeded and diced, with the sautéing onion and garlic if you'd like to add some heat. From the show "Licence to Grill".

    Recipe #119017

    Ruby port... chicken... smoke... what more could one ask for? I love this marinade! This was the dish that I first learned how to smoke with thanks to Rob Rainford.

    Recipe #117816

    7 Reviews |  By ~Nimz~

    Recipe from Rick Browne's Barbecue America TV Cookbook

    Recipe #117668

    6 Reviews |  By Whipper

    Sweet potatoes... tuber of the Gods! This our favorite way to eat them off of the grill.

    Recipe #116048

    5 Reviews |  By Whipper

    From my hero of the grill, Rob Rainford. This to me is the ultimate beer can chicken recipe and the ultimate treat for me! The leftovers make awesome sandwiches, especially grilled cheese sandwiches with monterey jack and some salsa.

    Recipe #116042

    Dreamland BBQ...one of THE best rib joints in the state of Alabama. They make ribs so delicious, it'll make you wanna cry! It's worth every minute of the two hour drive from my house just to eat their ribs, not to mention the plate of Sunbeam bread and bowl of barbecue sauce (for dipping the bread in, of course!) that's brought to the table when you first arrive. I found a copycat recipe (which was an excellent recipe, by the way)for their famous sauce on another website, but I thought it needed just a bit of tweaking. I think Dreamland's sauce has more of a vinegar taste to it and it is definitely hotter than the copycat recipe. This is my version of the copycat recipe that I've tweaked a bit to taste more (in my humble opinion) like Dreamland's original sauce. This recipe makes a very thin bbq sauce.

    Recipe #111661

    Walleye is just about the best whitefish I know, and this marinade is fantastic! Allow about 3 hours for marinating, and either grill or broil the walleye, or sometimes I like to coat it in a light mixture of dried unseasoned breadcrumbs with a little cornmeal and pan-fry.

    Recipe #102422

    When you know you're going to have a hectic week, you're tired of BBQ sauces and Shake 'n Bake, but you want something a "little more" without having to forage for bizarre ingredients, this is the marinade to turn to. Let chops marinate overnight then quickly broil or grill and presto: yummy dinner without a lot of fuss. A "quickie" will work; pop 'em in the marinade in the morning and serve by dinnertime.

    Recipe #100554

    6 Reviews |  By chia

    from cooks illustrated, these are great for any type of grilled steaks. choose your rub and get grilling

    Recipe #93881

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