bbq tagged posts
Monday, June 3, 2019 Food
Lets talk about coleslaw
Who out there likes coleslaw on your bbq sandwich ? If you do then you will want to try this easy recipe made with thinly sliced cabbage, carrots and green onion, seasoned with mayonnaise, mustard, vinegar dressing. It’s what everyone wants for backyard BBQs, and summer cookouts!
Now onto Making our slaw
I love it homemade , and often with burgers or hot dogs, and yes my BBQ. This Classic Recipe made with cabbage, carrot, and onions gently mixed and coated with mayonnaise, a dab of yellow mustard, vinegar, and black pepper.
Monday, April 22, 2019 Food
It’s time to smoke us a Beef Brisket. This is a pretty popular cut of meat that people love to smoke. I am always seeing someone posting about cooking one in the smoker or on the grill. There are so many different ways people are cooking them these days. The brisket is essential in two parts the point and the flat, The point has more fat and the flat has more meat. The brisket has a grain, the point runs a different direction and most don’t notice this causing an issue with slicing the brisket. Look at the meat before cooking and when you are finished and you will notice.I wouldn’t worry about cutting the meat until you are finished cooking it, unless you would rather separate and cook separately, maybe making burnt ends with part of it like with the point.
I decided to give this l...Read More
Sunday, November 25, 2018 Food
One of my favorite pork dishes besides bacon, ”Pork Belly Burnt Ends ” I love these things.
When making something like pork burnt ends. This cut will come in many sizes, from small strips to a full slab (10+ lbs). Make sure when you buy it, you ask the butcher for the skin to be trimmed off (saves some weight when you have to pay by the pound!). And be sure you get enough to feed a crowd, because they will be coming back for seconds, and thirds. I like to get at least 3 lbs as it gives me enough to get good size bites. When we cater we think 5 ounces of meat per person for a serving, so you roughly get three servings per pound. What we have here in this picture is 5 lbs.
If you still see skin on the belly, or there is a little extra fat, trim that off...Read More