Tag Archives: smoking

The Ideal Front Porch

Screen Shot 2012-10-20 at 1.15.48 PMThis is the perfect house for any outdoor cooking freak! Continue reading
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Where There’s Smoke, There’s Flavor: Choosing the Right Smoker Wood

Cherry Wood for smoking. Photo by Harald ZoschkeFew things get the taste buds revved up faster than the tang of smoked meat. Here Mike Stines shares guidelines for pairing the right hardwoods with various meats to achieve smoky perfection. Continue reading
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Ask Chef Mike: Making Real BBQ Without A Fancy Rig

You can make BBQ pork butt on a kettle grill or a gas grill. Photo by Rick BrowneQ: Hi Chef! I love your articles on the Burn! blog but I don’t have any fancy offset or vertical smoker. Can I make real barbecue without one of those?   —Dwayne A: Hi Dwayne…you sure can! Kettle grills (such as … Continue reading
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Ask Chef Mike: Grilling with Wood Planks

Cedar Planked Salmon. Plank cooking doesn't have to end with fish. Try veggies or other meats. Photo by Rick BrowneWood planks add another dimension to smoke-cooking fish, veggies, and other foods. It's the most fun you can have with smoke—without breaking the law! Continue reading
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