One of my most popular posts is “How to Smoke Ribs on a Gas Grill“. That recipe uses baby back ribs and is not timed for St. Louis Cut Spare Ribs. So, I decided to do a post on how to smoke St. Louis Spare Ribs on a gas grill. This method is a twist on competition ribs and the end product is amazing. We start by smoking the ribs and then we wrap them to finish. They are a must try!
My father-in-law is a huge fan of fried shrimp. The last time he came to visit we decided to dust off the deep fryer and make some fried shrimp. We started with some fresh shrimp, dredged them in egg wash and coated them with bbq rub seasoned bread crumbs. The results were fantastic! The tastiest shrimp that I have ever had!
Gas grills have a lot of fans. I have one and really love it. They are quick to heat up, provide a nice searing surface and are easy to maintain. What they lack in aroma and flavor they more than make up for in convenience. However, what if you could add flavor and aroma to … Read moreHow to turn a gas grill into a smoker!
I love my Weber charcoal grill. It is quite possibly one of the best outdoor cooking devices out there. Although it is labeled a grill, it can grill, bake and smoke with little to no effort. It is the Swiss army knife of grills. The bonus is that you can pick up this amazing grill for … Read moreHow to turn your Weber charcoal grill into a smoker
I love chicken wings! I love them so much that I purchase wings in bulk. You can never have too many wings. In my opinion the best way to cook a wing is over an open flame on the grill. That way you get crispy skin and that smokey caramelized flavor that you can not get with any other form of cooking. I always get asked how to make a spicy barbecued wing. Well this is the simplest way to do it. This recipe is a simple way to make any of your favorite barbecue sauces shine as a wing sauce.
For the past couple of years I have been competing in Kansas City Barbecue Society competitions up and down the east coast. Ever since I have started people have been asking me for a competition style recipe. Well here is my brisket recipe. Competition Brisket The first thing required is a packer brisket. They are … Read moreCompetition Beef Brisket
This was the first contest that Rex’s Red Hot BBQ has ever competed in. It was a great time. Sandy and the crew over at Pork in the Park throw a great contest. This was no little contest either. There were 113 different teams competing. I could have chosen an easier contest for the first one, but … Read morePork in the Park – First Competition
Over the past three years I have been competing with the Pork Barrel BBQ competition team. However, last year I moved to Richmond and started a family. Since I am not available for all of the contests and my new locale is farther away, I decided it was time to move on and compete on … Read moreMy new Venture – Rex’s Red Hot BBQ