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Smoked Beer Can Chicken

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This smoked beer can chicken is a juicy and affordable way to make dinner for your family. It’s better than any grocery store rotisserie chicken. I try to buy whole chickens at Sams Club as they come two to a package and are pretty cheap, I hear Costco has the same offering two to a package. Chicken Rub I don’t like to use a lot of sweet rubs when smoking meats mostly because I’m a diabetic, and my wife is always watching what I’m eating. So my go-to chicken rubs are Salt Licks Garlic Dry Rub and Killen’s Texas BBQ Rub. […]

Easy Refreshing Cucumber Jalapeno Vinegar Salad
Fast & Easy, Featured, Healthy, New Recipes, Recipe, Side Dishes

Refreshing Cucumber Jalapeno Salad

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This refreshing cucumber jalapeno salad is easy, light, and refreshing. It pairs nicely with Smoked Brisket or Pulled Pork and will be the next hit of your summer party. Let’s Talk Cucumbers Did you know that there are close to 100 varieties of cucumbers throughout the world? Most of them can’t be found here in America. We will be talking about the two most common varieties of cucumbers in this post. English Cucumbers For the best results, we like to use English Cucumbers, also called seedless or hothouse cucumbers. They will be long and skinny wrapped in plastic. There is […]

Healthy Breakfast Scramble
Breakfast, Featured, Healthy, Recipe

Quick & Easy Healthy Breakfast Scramble

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Breakfast is commonly known as “the most important meal of the day.” I know it’s essential for me to get a healthy breakfast after a long night of sleep. For me, this quick & easy healthy breakfast scramble recipe is my go-to for breakfast. When I say quick, I mean like 10 minutes. On Sunday’s I’ll cook either a package of sausage or bacon and use it through the week only needing to reheat it as I make the scrambled eggs and sautee the spinach and onions. Breakfast History I like the history of food, and I wanted to share […]

Smoked Fresh Salsa, lets eat
Featured, Recipe, Side Dishes, Tex-Mex, Vegetables

Tasty Fresh Smoked Salsa

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My favorite salsa from a restaurant has to be On The Boarders salsa. It’s just the right chunkiness and has the perfect freshness and heat taste. My favorite salsa to make is this tasty smoked fresh salsa recipe that I’m going to share with you. The smokiness that comes from putting the vegetables on the smoker is a game-changer for salsa. The Vegetables This tasty fresh smoked salsa recipe is going to be a little spicy. Here are the vegetables that will make this salsa. Purple Onions Whole Garlic Jalapenos Serrano Peppers Green Bell Pepper Red Ripe Tomatoes Cilantro 1 […]

Hot Wings Sauced and Smoking
BBQ, Chicken, Featured

Tender Smoked Hot Wings

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I do love me some fried hot wings. They aren’t the healthiest version of hot wings that you could make. You can bake them, grill them, or my favorite smoke them! I love tender smoked hot wings, and they are pretty healthy as well. As you have probably figured out by my website, I enjoy smoking meat over any other method. If not, keep browsing recipes on my site. The Smoker I am using my Pitboss 820 Pro today for this recipe with some Pitboss competition blend pellets. Let’s get started by preheating your smoker. I know I’m using a […]

Smoked Stuffed Bacon Wrapped Pickles
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Bacon-Wrapped Dill Pickles

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This smoked bacon-wrapped dill pickles┬árecipe is the cousin of the TX Twinkie. It’s juicier and brinier (not hotter) but has some fantastic flavors just try it! For this bacon-wrapped dill pickles recipe, I used the same mix that I used for the TX Twinkies, but you could substitute that mix with this one. 1/2 cup of shredded cheddar cheese and 2 tablespoons of Ranch Hidden Valley Packet. Pro Tip – Don’t use the big Sour Dill Pickles; the sourness is too much for this recipe. Use the normal-sized regular Dill Pickles. They have the right amount of acid to go […]