One of the great things about barbecue is that even people that can't boil water can learn to barbecue. I try to write my recipes for the newcomers, backyard gurus and competition BBQr's.
If you're new to barbecuing then you'll want to check out my equipment tutorials and the items I recommend in my buyer's guide. I don't have a physical store so my recommendations are for products that I personally use and ones my readers love to use. I continually build my site to make it fun and to help make certain recipes foolproof (like ribs, turkey and even prime rib).
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This is one of the best apple pies you will EVER have! The recipe is simple and easy, but what makes this truly stand out is the wood-fired flavor. Your grill is perfect for they dry heat that makes...
Tri-tip is a very tender cut of beef from the bottom sirloin. Depending on where you live it may not be readily available, but the secret is getting out. This extremely thick, well-marbled cut has a tremendous, rich flavor that steak-lovers crave.
Pulled Pork is quite easy to learn how to do. This recipe makes it even easier and completely foolproof. This is a great combinitions of techniques shared by a competition barbecue team and friend...
Game Day Ribs are amazing barbecued ribs that will make you think you've died and gone to heaven. This recipe is for baby back ribs (loin back) or St. Louis cut ribs (trimmed spare ribs).