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  Sweet Smoked Baked Beans I’ve been to more than a few BBQ’s, parties, and pot-lucks where I show up with these baked beans to see that more than a few other people brought beans too.  Every time that happens I end up going home with an empty container, a boat load of compliments, and a big smile on my face. With a rich smoky smell and a sweet...

Smoked Brisket Smoked Brisket Imagine yourself biting into a piece of beef that literally dissolves in your mouth, this is brisket. Few things are more rewarding than taking on smoking a brisket for 12-14 hours or more. Slightly smoky aroma and taste, with hints of a wonderfully flavorful rub that’s been absorbed throughout the meat. Although this is something...

This rub works great on any beef recipe on the grill or smoker.  I regularly use this when smoking beef ribs, Beef Tri-Tip, and Brisket.  It can be strong so be sure to apply it light and evenly on your brisket or ribs and not heavily caked on. A version of this rub was originally found on AmazingRibs.com . I’ve adapted that recipe for my use. ...

This is a great dry rub that can be used on pork roast, chops, and ribs.  I use this on any pork I’m going to smoke or grill. A bottle of this will last through the whole grilling season. {"@context":"http:\/\/schema.org","@type":"Recipe","recipeIngredient":["3\/4 cup firmly packed dark brown sugar\r","\r","3\/4 cup white sugar\r","\r","1\/2...

Makes 2 cups The secret ingredient for the best bbq chicken.  Sprinkle liberally over washed, patted dry, and lightly oiled chicken pieces.  Cook over indirect heat about 1 hour. Brush on bbq sauce (if desired) the last 15 minutes of cooking. {"@context":"http:\/\/schema.org","@type":"Recipe","recipeIngredient":["1\/2 cup kosher salt\r","\r","1\/2...