Appetizers are always a hit at Big Game Parties. However, sometimes you want to serve some substantial food. I have a nice selection of Entrees that can be eaten with your hands in front of the TV. Everything from ribs to bacon chicken kabobs.
One of my favorite methods of cooking a turkey is on the smoker. I find that the smoke adds some nice little notes that complement the turkey. Traditionally, I use just salt and pepper. However, I wanted to come up with a rub that would give me some mouth watering, super tasty turkey. I think I may have done just that.
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!
Our good friends over at Thermoworks have released a new wireless thermometer called “Smoke“. The Smoke is a wireless thermometer that includes two probes. That way, you can wirelessly monitor both the pit and the food. As a barbecuer, this is important. The proper temperature is the difference between delicious bbq and charcoal. Plus, since this is all done wirelessly, you can do it while watching your favorite game or snoozing on the couch. We tested this thermometer while making a nice Honey Garlic Smoked Chicken. The chicken provided approximately 2 hours for us to test the thermometer and check its limits. The thermometer performed flawlessly and actually exceeded expectations. Check out our review below.