Ted Damson wrote:i live 15 minutes from The Salt Lick.
that's it, that's my post.
Jerrod wrote:You need to buy this book.
I bought it in San Antonio on a work trip. So many killer recipes and a ton of history. You will not regret it.
RustyP wrote:I've got a few BBQ books already (The Barbecue Bible and Boy Meets Grill), but I'm sure more buyage will take place I cook a lot, watch way too much Food Network, and grew up on good ol' fashioned Texas BBQ...so I have a handle on the basics, just kinda curious about what the folks on here like. Maybe even compile a DGR BBQ recipe book one day
spitfire wrote: nothing wrong with grilling over some pineapple either.
RustyP wrote:Any die-hard home BBQers out there? Care to share your favorite recipes for dry or wet rubs, sauce, marinades, etc??
I just bought my first smoker this past weekend, and I've been itching to smoke all kinds of stuff since! I made a pretty basic, straight-foward dry rub with the following: salt/pepper, onion powder, garlic powder, celery seed, smoked sweet paprika, cayenne pepper, and turbinado sugar. I used it on some turkey breasts and smoked them with with mesquite chips for about an hour and a half before finishing them in the oven to keep them from drying out too much...pretty tasty! I've got a beef brisket in the fridge, marinading in the same rub, that I'm going to smoke in a few days.
My next smoking session (teehee) will probably be salmon...anybody have any experience with smoking fish? Any tips?
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