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Cooking Tip Brisket – Where to Buy

smoked bbq brisket
Many people have asked me where is the best place to buy a beef brisket. I haven’t bought one at every store, so my comparison data base is limited, but I can tell you where I buy mine. Sam’s Club. First of all, for full disclosure, I don’t...
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Fried Chicken on National Fried Chicken Day

fried chicken dinner with corn , mashed potatoes, biscut
Today is National Fried Chicken Day. In my house growing up we called that Sunday. Every Sunday, without fail, my family ate fried chicken. My mother would fry four chickens in cast iron pans. It would take her a couple of hours from start to finish. Those days...
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Fat Burning Watermelon

watermelon lime juice chili powder closeup
Fat burning watermelon is a trick I learned from Hayle Pomroy’s book – The Fast Metabolism Diet. Making fat burning watermelon is pretty easy. All you have to do is sprinkle lime juice onto your watermelon. Then sprinkle chili powder onto it and eat. I truthfully was never...
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Bacon Wrapped Hot Dogs

hot dogs wrapped in bacon in hot dog buns
My wife decided what hot dogs need to liven them up is slices of hickory smoked bacon.  Her and my children think bacon is the answer to every food question so they deep fried bacon wrapped hot dogs. She simply wrapped each hot dog with one slice of...
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Chili and eggs, my favorite breakfast

chili and eggs on toast
Chili and eggs on toast, has been my favorite breakfast for 40 years. I first saw it and tried it when I was 13 years old at a hotel casino in Reno, Nevada. I fell in love. To me, there is nothing better than kicking off the day...
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Beer Can Chicken

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This is one of my family’s favorite summer time dinners. However since we live in a town that doesn’t sell packaged beer I often substitute root beer. Just make sure it’s not diet if you substitute. It’s really one of the easier ways to cook chicken on the...
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Chef Salt – the base for all my meat rubs

More often than not when I am cooking I am either sprinkling or massaging a meat rub into something. Most of those meat rubs are simply Chef Salt or Chef Salt with an ingredient or two added – like maybe brown sugar and cumin or chili powder. CHEF...
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Pork Shoulder Oven Roasted Grill Seared

pork shoulder on gas grill
Today I wanted to slow smoke a pork shoulder. I had bought it on sale a couple of weeks ago for .99 cent a pounds and thawed it out yesterday. Unfortunately I didn’t get it started early enough so the slow smoke route was not feasible unless we...
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Smoked BBQ Beef Brisket – Power Smoke Method

smoked bbq brisket
Is there anything better than smoking a beef brisket on Fathers Day? Yes, trying a new smoked beef brisket recipe. This recipe cuts the cooking time by hours. Try it and let me know what you think, compared to the traditional low and slow smoked beef brisket recipes....
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