This recipe features Double Seared Smoked Kabobs that feature a homemade BBQ sauce.
These St. Louis Ribs were so tasty, and I can still taste them just reading this recipe. This recipe uses the 3-2-1 method; however, you could use the 3-1-1 for more competition style ribs. If you want fall off the bone ribs then use the 3-2-1 method for these St. Louis Ribs. Either option you pick, the recipe is still very flavorful and will be a crowd pleaser.
Smoked chicken breast sandwich topped with a Blue cheese sauce. This sandwich is layered with smoked bacon, onions, red lettuce, and cheese.
Bologna has always been a favorite for me since my childhood. I can remember working outside and smelling meat on the smoker just waiting for dinner time. This recipe adds a bit of flavor to a fan favorite.
This recipe is easy to make and delicious to eat. When you are needing a dip to take to your friend’s house for a game day, this is what you will want to bring. Nothing tastes better then a Smoked Queso Blanco cheese dip.
If you are wanting an upscale taco recipe that will impress your friends, then this is the recipe for you. Not many taco recipe use sirloin tips that have the meat marinated for two days.
I decided to make a different version of my original Smoked Avocado recipe. These Avocados are loaded with Jalapeno Jack cheeseball and much more!
The Smoked Spinach Chicken recipe is a excellent choice to try something different for dinner. You get all the wonderful flavor of smoked chicken with chopped baby spinach and cream cheese.
This was the best Mini Get-A-Way to Tyler, Texas.
This Lobster tail is easy, tasty, and quick. This recipe can be used for a date night dinner or a large group of people.