Pulled Pork Sandwiches

Cooking a pork butt is one of the easiest things you can do on a smoker. It’s really hard to mess this piece of meat up. You can over season it or under season it and the finished product will still be delicious. In this post I am going to go over my process for…

Blue Agave Bacon Wrapped Turkey Breast

I created this recipe in the middle of the pandemic in 2020. I wanted to try something different with the marinade injection I used for turkey breast on the smoker.

Cowboy Breakfast Skillet

This has become one of my favorite breakfast dishes to make for the family. It’s a hearty dish that warms the belly and the soul. It is very easy to make. Tools Needed: • Cast iron skillet • Wooden spoon • Grill/smoker or oven Ingredients: • 4 cage free eggs • 32 oz bag of…

Smoked Turkey Breast

On Monday I decided to smoke a turkey breast for dinner for the family. It’s one of my favorite meats to smoke because it is easy to prep and I get to use different seasoning on it besides the rub I use for chicken or pork.

Offset Smoker Fire Management

This is my 7th cook on the offset smoker cooking with wood and I have to say that I am so glad I finally have my fire management down.

Smoked Beef Jerky Part 2

This is part 2 of making smoked beef jerky. In this post we will cover how I cooked the jerky in my Char Griller Pro offset smoker.

Learning to Cook with Wood

For Father’s Day I decided to make two beer can chickens and a brisket. I’m still getting used to cooking with wood in the smoker. I have read that each offset smoker is different and you have to get a few cooks in before discovering that sweet spot to maintain a consistent temperature.

Smoked Bacon Brownies

Over Memorial Day weekend I decided to try something new and smoke bacon brownies in my smoker using apple wood. The process was simple. I started by preheating my oven to 400 degrees. I lined a baking sheet with tin foil and laid out 8 pieces of thick cut applewood smoked bacon on the sheet….

Smoked Baby Back Ribs

Baby back ribs are delicious! When you smoke them right and combine it with a sweet and tangy sauce they are out of this world. when I smoke baby back ribs I use cherry wood and I preheat my smoker to 225 degrees. While the smoker is preheating I prep my ribs. I start first…