For some time, I did not know the difference between a rib roast and a prime rib roast. After doing some research, Prime Rib Roast and Rib Roast come from the same cut of beef...the Ribeye. The main difference is the meat grade and price point. Prime rib roast is pricier than regular rib roast … Continue reading Smoked Rib Roast
When I smoked ribs for the first time, I used a Weber Kettle accessory called the Smokenator to convert my Weber Kettle into a smoker to smoke my Baby Back Ribs. For the past few years, I've been happily using Selena, my Weber Smokey Mountain, to smoke my ribs and meats. I still believe it's … Continue reading No Limit Baby Back Ribs
Ingredients:1/2 cup brown sugar1/4 cup smoked paprika1/4 cup coarse black pepper2 tablespoons granulated garlic1 tablespoon granulated onion1 tablespoon chili powder1 teaspoon cumin1 teaspoon ground mustard1/4 teaspoon cinnamonSteps:Prepare No Limit Rub - Preferably in a shaker, combine all the ingredients and shake until combined.
In 2015, I was so inspired after reading Aaron Franklin's book, Franklin Barbecue: A Meat-Smoking Manifesto, that when I smoke brisket, I will religiously follow Aaron Franklin's simple Texas style seasoning and smoking techniques to smoke the brisket. IT'S AMAZING!To date, my longest cook is this beautiful, juicy, and beefy Smoked Brisket. It not the … Continue reading Smoked Beef Brisket
Hot dogs are the perfect BBQ food. It is easy to cook, scrumptious, and people love it! I always keep at least a pack of hot dogs in my fridge when I host BBQs just in case I run low on food or underestimate the amount of people coming over.Recently, there are a few Mexican … Continue reading Bacon Wrapped Hot Dogs
When my cousins from Texas visited us last year, I was surprised to find out they never tasted Tri-tip before. They have plenty of briskets, ribs, blue crabs, and crawfish in Texas, but no Tri-tip. Before their flight back to Texas, I barbecued a few USDA Prime Tri-tips and introduced them to the beautiful, juicy, … Continue reading BBQ Beef Tri-Tip
Last year, the girls bought me a Weber Smokey Mountain smoker for Father's Day. Selena, the name I gave the smoker, is one of the best presents I ever received. After I unboxed the smoker, I went through a six hour dry run to monitor the internal temperature and recorded the temperature every 15 minutes. … Continue reading Smoked Pulled Pork