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Morgan Ranch Wagyu Beef

How To Grill High Quality Steaks

In my opinion, if you’re going to splurge on a high quality steak, then you need to know how to prepare and cook it correctly. Don’t get me wrong…any steak should be cooked correctly in order to really enjoy it…but if we’re comparing a $5 steak to a $30 steak…I’m going to make sure I nail […]

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VELVEETA Beer and Chorizo Queso Burgers

Beer and Chorizo Queso Burgers – VELVEETA Treasure Chest Challenge

I recently had a really cool opportunity to be a part of a fun promotion with VELVEETA called the VELVEETA Treasure Chest Challenge. They reached out to YouTube content creators like myself to see if we would be interested in them sending us a mystery “Treasure Chest” full of nonperishable ingredients (one obviously being VELVEETA…), along with […]

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REC TEC Pellet Grill Smoked Brisket Recipe

Smoked Brisket on the REC TEC Pellet Grill

I’ve been cooking a TON on my REC TEC pellet grill since getting it late last year and absolutely love it.  The ease of use and convenience of this grill, plus the consistent amazing flavor of the food, has made this one of my go-to grills/smokers in my back porch arsenal.  Any halfway serious BBQ […]

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Frontier Meats Beef Rib Roast

Smoked Beef Rib Roast

One of the great aged beef products that Frontier Meats offers is a beef rib roast, which is also commonly referred to as a “rib roast”, “eye of the rib roast”, “standing rib roast”….or…. probably most commonly as “prime rib”.  The most important thing I want you to walk away with from this post is […]

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Tri-Tip with Goat Cheese and Lemon Honey Mustard Glaze

Tri-Tip with Goat Cheese and Lemon Honey Mustard Glaze

A while back I came across a ribeye recipe by Bobby Flay that called for both goat cheese and a lemon honey mustard glaze.  It was unbelievably good, so good in fact that I cooked it two consecutive nights for two different sets of friends.  I hate just straight up copying people’s recipe (though they […]

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Seared Steaks on the Grill Dome Kamado

How To Sear Steaks on a Grill Dome Kamado

I finally had the chance yesterday to high-heat sear some steaks on my new Grill Dome Ceramic Kamado.  Ceramic kamados are very well known for their capacity to reach incredibly high temperatures of 700° and higher.  Steak searing typically takes place around the 600°-700° range and the method I choose to try out is a method that’s […]

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Smoked Tri-Tip on Grill Dome Kamado

Smoked Tri-Tip on the Grill Dome Kamado

The maiden voyage of my new Grill Dome kamado involved my first ever Tri-tip.  A Tri-tip is technically the bottom sirloin and is located directly below the top sirlion (see the graphic here).  They are hugely popular out West, particularly in California (known as “Santa Maria steaks”), but they have also gained popularity in New […]

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Java Crusted Steaks with Chocolate Stout Reduction Glaze

Java Crusted New York Strips w/ Chocolate Stout Glaze

I recently acquired a Craycort cast iron grilling grate for my 26.75″ Weber One Touch Gold kettle and finally got to cook on the new grate last night.  I came across a recipe from Guy Fieri for java crusted steaks w/ a stout glaze that looked really good, so I thought that sounded like a […]

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Jamie Oliver Food Revolution

Jamie Oliver’s “Cracking Burgers” Recipe

Here’s a quick recipe to wrap up this rainy weekend with.  The fam was over hanging with some friends and they cooked Jamie Oliver’s “Cracking Burger” recipe from his book Jamie’s Food Revolution.  These burgers were epic!  They had a nice consistency and a lot of flavor. All ya have to do is mix crush […]

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Smoked Brisket on a Weber Smokey Mountain

Start to Finish: Smoked Brisket

This weekend I tried out a new process for smoking a brisket.  In the past, I’ve generally followed this process: Prep the brisket the night before.  So…injecting it w/ some kind of marinade and rubbing it down, then sticking it in a garbage bag and letting it sit in the fridge overnight. Cook at 200°-225°. […]

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Smoked Meatloaf w/ Dimples BBQ Sauce

Last night I smoked a meatloaf in a cast iron skillet on my Weber kettle.  I used a couple small chunks of hickory to give it some smoke flavor and topped it with the super yummy Dimples BBQ Sauce.  If you have the time and means to smoke your meatloaf instead of baking it, I […]

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