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The World's First Online Tell-All Competition BBQ Cooking School

Feb
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Pro Tips for Easy Cleanup When Grilling or Smoking

It's not uncommon to be overwhelmed by the thought of the mess that can come with barbecuing, especially when you are going to be cooking a large meal. Whether you're smoking ribs and brisket for a neighborhood party or grilling hamburgers and hotdogs for a family cookout, charred remains of food and greasy splatters from […]
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Jan
16
2023
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Sara Hansen
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How to Season a Griddle Grill Properly

Cooking on a griddle grill can easily give you a delicious, all-over sear on all types of meats and other foods. But, to be able to do that, the grill needs to be seasoned properly first. And, if you are one of the growing number of outdoor cookers who recently got a new griddle grill, […]
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Jan
5
2023
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Sara Hansen
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Properly Planning How Much BBQ Per Person You’ll Need

If you are planning on smoking or grilling for a crowd, one of the most important things to figure out is exactly how much BBQ per person you are going to need. The last thing you want is for people to start loading up their plates and you quickly realize that there is not going […]
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Dec
21
2022
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Sara Hansen
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Top Tips for Making Homemade Yakitori Perfectly

Everyone loves perfectly grilled chicken. And if you are looking for something different to try on your grill today and want to try a different variation of grilled chicken, Yakitori makes a great option. This delicious street food is so popular in Japan that there is even a whole area in Tokyo called Yakitori Alley. […]
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Dec
11
2022
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8 Great Recipes for Prime Rib Sauce & Toppings

With the December holidays fast approaching and the meal planning beginning for the family/friend gatherings, one main course option that might be in the mix is prime rib. Smoked prime rib is a popular choice for many special get-togethers. Sometimes referred to as the “king of beef cuts”, this extremely tender and flavorful option is […]
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Dec
2
2022
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Sara Hansen
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6 Ways to Get the Most of Out of Your Grill

If you invest good money in a grill or smoker, it only makes sense to try and maximize the value that you get out of it. Of course, the first thing that many people think of when it comes to outdoor cooking is meat. But, your grill can offer far more opportunity than just that. […]
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Nov
22
2022
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Sara Hansen
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8 Pro Tips for Smoking Lobster Tails

A recent conversation was overheard that revolved around the common question “can you smoke lobster tails?” Though they may be “fragile” compared to other things that are smoked, the answer is absolutely yes! Smoking lobster tails low and slow versus steaming or broiling them imparts a delicious smokiness that can significantly elevate the flavor of […]
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Nov
13
2022
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Sara Hansen
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Wagyu Beef vs Kobe vs Ozaki Beef: The Differences Between Them Explained

There’s no doubt that one of the key factors in a deliciously tender steak is the level of fat marbling throughout it. And if you are looking for one of the highest levels of marbling that you can get, Japanese Wagyu beef is definitely a great option. As we’ve detailed in our in-depth article on […]
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Oct
31
2022
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The Smoke Ring in Meat Explained: What Causes It, If It Really Affects the Taste, & How to Get One

If you have eaten BBQ at a restaurant or spent any time around competition barbecue, chances are you’ve seen that beautiful looking roughly quarter-inch pink band located just under the surface of the smoked meat. This is what is known as the smoke ring.  It is most commonly found in smoked brisket but can appear […]
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Oct
21
2022
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Using a Water Pan in Your Smoker (Why & How You Should Be Doing It)

Smoking meat low and slow will deliver some great tasting food. But, to ensure that you end up with a good result, it is important to do what you can to keep the meat moist and tender and prevent it from drying out during a long cooking session. This is where a water pan comes […]
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