These smoked ribeye’s are seared to perfection. The flavor you get from the Jack Daniels marinade is top of the line.
This sandwich is worth fighting over and don’t get me started on the sauce. Tested by a family gathering, this sandwich brings the heat and the sweet. The strawberry sauce and the glaze are just enough to cool off the chipotle kick
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Just because you can go to restaurants now, doesn’t mean that you shouldn’t take a swing at the homemade route every now and then. This Cinco de Mayo, skip the long wait times and crowds and make your own sizzling fajitas at home. This recipe is totally customizable and goes great with a margarita, sangria, or imported beer.
Can you make a pizza in your smoker? I have tested this theory in my P10 Bradley Smoker and the answer is yes. I have made three separate pizzas with three different results. These pizza that have been cooked on the smoker are crispy, flavorful, and yummy.
These stuffed Artichokes are tasty and flavorful. Smoking these vegetables on my P10 Bradley Smoker using Caribbean Blend wood added some unique flavors. This recipe is definitely one of my favorites.
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.