Recipes

Code 3 Steak

Not many ingredients are need for this Code 3 Steak recipe making it simple and delicious. Ingredients: —2 teaspoons of Code 3 Rub (Grunt Rub garlic blend and Top Gun)(May substitute Rescue or Backdraft with Grunt Rub) —2 Tablespoons of Amish, Irish or European butter. —Duck Fat Spray   Directions: 1. One hour before cooking, …

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Sunday Sour Mixed Drink

This Recipe comes from the IG account of @smoke_eaterz. It’s delicious and well worth a try. @smoke_eaterz @smokeaterz Sunday sour!!! ⬇️⬇️⬇️ 🔥 🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥 . 2 parts bourbon . 3 parts squirt soda . 1 egg white . 1/2 ounce simple syrup . Dash of bitters . Garnish w Code 3’s Grunt Rub. . 🍹 🥃 …

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Easy Chicken Quesadilla

Not on a grill, but check out this EASY recipe our family LOVES. 🔥🐓💯 Easy Chicken Quesadilla 🐓🧀 (Only 5️⃣ ingredients!) – 2 Chicken breasts – 1 can of Rotel – Flour tortillas – Shredded cheese of choice (we prefer cheddar) – Seasoning of choice (Backdraft) Place Rotel, chicken & seasoning into pan & simmer …

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Potato Bombs

Potatoes on the grill are great, but what if you add your toppings into the potato before you cook it?  The guys over at BBQ Pit Boys came up with a great idea.  Stuff the potato and then grill it. This is another recipe that you can be creative with.  You can add whatever you …

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Salmon Filets

This is my first article on seafood.  This is a simple how to do salmon filets.  In this article, I picked up a couple marinated filets from a local grocery store.  You can pick these up already marinated or can pickup any store marinade and the same thing. Fish is probably one of the easiest …

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Beef Brisket

  Brisket is quite easily the most opinionated smoked meat out there.  The jury is still out on whether to inject, wrap, marinade or none of the above.  Everyone seems to have an opinion on the subject, but the one that never waivers it that it must be smoked just right. The brisket is from …

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Grilled Burrito

This recipe started out as a how to for making fajitas, but I decided it needed one extra step, grilling the burrito.  I headed back out to Edwardsville Quality meats and picked up a couple pounds of skirt steak.  This is typically what you would find being used in Mexican restaurants. You can grill these …

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Lamb Ribs

LAMB RIBS 2 WAYS 1      – Smoked Lamb Ribs with Guinness Glaze 2      – Smoked Lamb Ribs With Dijon, Balsamic Glaze **Editors Note:  This is the first article featuring a guest writer.  I hope to do many of these in the future as this will allow the readers to get different tips/techniques and points of …

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Sausage Fatty

Of all the recipes I have tried, this is your chance to be the most creative. The options for this really are endless. The sausage fatty has been around for quite sometime, and I have done these before but wanted to bring you the process. A sausage fatty is just ground sausage that can either …

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Beer Can Chicken

Beer can chicken is probably the easiest of recipes, but turns out great flavors every time.  The key to beer can chicken is to make sure that you are able to crisp up the skin. I picked up two whole fryers at the Troy 4-0.  I don’t pay attention to chicken prices, but I bought …

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Stuffed Pork Chops

In order to do stuffed pork chops you need to start with a thick cut pork chop and butterfly it before adding the stuffing.  The good news for me is that the Troy Meat Processing that I bought these from already had cut them butterfly and these were monster chops. If the pork chop is …

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Smoking Ribs 101

The guys at work have been wanting me to bring in some BBQ, and since I didn’t have a ribs post, I figured this was the perfect time to get everyone a post on the basics of doing ribs. Ribs are the most fun to do because there are hundreds of flavors that you can …

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