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!
I love barbecue! That meaty/smokey flavor that can only be accomplished after hours of smoking meat over hot coals. I do it all of the time, but sometimes you want great barbecue in less than 8 hours. That is why I love chicken. It cooks fast (in terms of barbecue at least), takes on smoke … Read moreEasy Pulled Chicken
Ever since I started barbecuing in contests people have been asking me for tips on the subject. So I decided to write up a series of posts regarding bbq. I am totally going to be giving away my secrets, so keep a look out for new posts. The key to great bbq goes well beyond … Read moreBasic BBQ Rub
A couple of weeks ago I reviewed a cookbook by Ardie Davis on barbecuing. In the book he had a recipe for butt in a bag. Due to the name alone I had to make it. Basically you smoke a pork butt like normal, but halfway through you place it in a paper bag. The bag limits the smoke that can penetrate the meat and also keeps the meat moist without basting. There is nothing worse than barbecue that is dried out and has been over-smoked.