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Italian Beef With Stew Meat

Monday, June 10, 2019 Food  No comments

Let’s talk about Italian beef, when you think of making Italian beef you usually think of using something like a rump roast, but today we will be using stew meat. That’s right I said stew meat, did I throw you a curve ball on that or what? I have a friend who told me he used stew meat and I decided I would have to give this a try. He used a pressure cooker but I am doing this on a Green Mountain Davey Crockett pellet grill. I think the Smokey flavor will set it off. SoI decided I would smoke the meat first 150 degrees for an hour.

Italian Beef
Serves 5
Italian Beef made with stew meat
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Prep Time
20 min
Cook Time
3 hr
Total Time
3 hr 20 min

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Lets Make Turkey Kabobs with The Easy Kabob

Monday, May 20, 2019 Food  No comments

Lets talk Turkey kabobs

Lets talk turkey and kabobs, I ran across something to aid me in making these and I have to admit I have fallen in love with it. There are so many different ways you can make things with this tool. I have so many different ways I want to try using this. I have used beef and turkey so far and they were a hit

When you think of kabobs would you think of using ground turkey? We are going to today and I have something for you. I picked up this neat little tool called Easy Kabob. I am using this tool to make what I like to call turkey dogs. I used ground turkey burger, Carne Asada seasoning, salt, pepper, egg, garlic bread crumbs. I will post the recipe below. I also posted a video from Easy Kabob to show you how it works...

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Time To Smoke Us A Beef Brisket

Monday, April 22, 2019 Food  One comment

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.beef brisket

I decided to give this l...

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Try these Salted Pork-Chops on a Himalayan Salt Block

Sunday, November 11, 2018 Food  No comments

I tried something different yesterday and done some Salted pork chops on a Himalayan Salt Block on my green mountain pellet grill. I just love using this little grill, I will attempt about anything on it. There hasn’t been much I haven’t made on here. I do believe these have to be by far the best pork chops I have ever made. I also have to thank my wife for the Himalayan Salt Block she got me for my birthday. Ok on with the Chops !

I put the Salt block in grill before starting, set grill to 150 degrees and let it come up to temp. Once it reached 150 degrees I waited 10 minutes and then set temperature to 300 degrees...

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