Category Archive: Smoking Tips

Using smoke to cook food.

My New Weber Smoky Mountain

Last year, my grill went belly up.  Admittedly, I use it pretty hard, cooking on it multiple times a week, probably more than the average person.  When one of the propane hoses split and had fire coming out of it, I looked into what I would need to spend to bring the whole grill back …

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How to Smoke Potatoes on the Grill

If you haven’t cooked potatoes on the grill, you are really missing out!  There are so many ways to get delicious potatoes dishes from the grill and they’ll go great with almost any main dish or meat that you are cooking on the grill.  And smoked potatoes are no exception.  Find out the secrets of …

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Bacon Covered Smoked Sirloin Tip Roast

Carnivore alert!  I had a wild thought last week. I had this sirloin tip roast in the fridge and was smoking some ribs, so thought that I might throw the roast on at the same time.  Why not use all that good smoke for cooking more than one thing?  Then I thought about adding some …

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I LOVE Barbecued Ribs!

There are a ton of things that I love to cook outdoors, but barbecued ribs in the smoker are definitely one of my favorites.  I love the smoky flavor of the ribs with the sweetness of the barbecue sauce.  That’s right, I like my ribs with sauce and I like them tender off the bone. …

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Try Smoked Potatoes for a Great Flavor

I always say that it always tastes better when it’s cooked outdoors and that definitely goes for potatoes.  I love cooking them on the grill, but recently I tried adding some smoke and the result was wonderful.  I loved the extra flavor it gave.  It’s pretty simple to do.  Start with some washed russet potatoes, …

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Stuffed Smoked Pork Tenderloin

Just finished the food for Outdoor Cooking Magic Challenge #5, which was Fresh Ham with Stuffing.  I found out that fresh ham, which is uncured, is difficult to find, at least in my area.  So I decided to approach this a different way and use a pork tenderloin instead.  I figured that I could slice …

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BBQ Brisket For My Family BBQ

At least once a year, I try to cook some barbecue for my family and invite everyone over. I’ve done ribs, burgers and brisket. But I wasn’t happy with the brisket last time. It was my second time doing BBQ brisket and I wasn’t particularly educated in the ways of brisket. These things take a …

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Competition BBQ Secrets Review

Competition BBQ Secrets gives you the specific tips, tricks, and recipes that you need to make your backyard BBQ taste as great as the competition masters. Find out more about this ebook in this article.

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