5 Methods to Cook Ribs Faster Without Sacrificing Quality

July 19th, 2016 by

Everyone likes ribs, but they could take hours to cook. We’d love to have ribs more often, but who has time to start preparing dinner before lunch? Ribs can take up to six hours to cook. Fortunately, it’s possible to make tasty and delicious ribs in under two hours. You won’t have to wait for… Read More »

9 Smoking Tips for Delicious Meats

July 12th, 2016 by

There’s nothing like the aroma and flavor of deliciously smoked meats. Put a tray of brisket or pulled pork on a table and everyone can tell that those meats weren’t cooked in a traditional oven. Smoking is a lot simpler than most people expect. If you’re new, here are some smoking tips you shouldn’t ignore.… Read More »

7 Safety Tips Every Griller Must Know

July 9th, 2016 by

It’s finally the perfect weather to start grilling, and we know our fans will be taking full advantage of that. Although using the grill and hosting barbecues for friends and family is always a fun time, there are some serious matters to be aware of. Grilling must be done safely in order to maintain this… Read More »

6 Foods You Didn’t Know You Could Barbecue

June 27th, 2016 by

When we think of barbecues, the thoughts of steak, burgers, hot dogs, and brisket typically come to mind. While these are all delicious options, there are tons of other foods that you wouldn’t normally think to throw on the grill. Check out these foods that you didn’t know you could barbecue: 1. Romaine Lettuce Lettuce… Read More »

12 Things Every Family Should Do This Summer

June 22nd, 2016 by

Summer is just around the corner, so it’s time to start making plans. Instead of sitting around the house this summer, get outside for some fresh air and exercise. Here are some things your family has to do this summer. 1. Host a BBQ – Fire up your outdoor cooker (whether you prefer to grill or… Read More »

5 Awesome Dry Rub Recipes You Should Try

June 17th, 2016 by

The dry rub is the one of the most important tools in a griller or smoker’s tool belt. If you want to prepare some of the best meats you and your guests have ever tasted, you need to know a few dry rub recipes. Here are some of our favorites. 1. Carolina BBQ Rub Image:… Read More »

5 Things About Competitive Outdoor Cooking You Didn’t Know

June 8th, 2016 by

Competitive cooking is about food, competition, and most of all, passion for the craft! From an outsider’s perspective, competitive cooking may just look like one large barbecue outing, but there are so many more interesting nuances. From the various categories running concurrently, to the meticulous timing of the grilling, there’s a lot to learn. Here… Read More »

5 Reasons You Should Start Grilling and Smoking Right Now

May 31st, 2016 by

Cooking outside is an American tradition. There’s something just so basic about it that feels right. When we put aside all the fancy kitchen tools and stoke a fire, it’s like returning to an ancient version of ourselves, when it was man versus nature. Like anything else, grilling and smoking takes practice. But it’s easier… Read More »

4 Ways to Improve Your Next Fishing Trip

May 31st, 2016 by

Fishing is a lifestyle for a lot of people. It’s a pleasant way to spend an afternoon, relaxing on the water with the occasional battle with nature. Occasionally, however, a fishing trip can be downright boring. So here are a few ways to make your trip awesome. 1. Bring your outdoor cooker You’ve already caught… Read More »

9 Essential Safety Tips for Grilling and Smoking

May 25th, 2016 by

Grilling and smoking are two of the most popular ways to cook food. Everyone loves it! Nevertheless, it comes with some inherent risks you should be aware of. Here are some tips to make sure your outdoor cooking experience is as safe as it can be. 1. Keep it outdoors – You should do all… Read More »

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