Pulled Pork BBQ Sauce Recipe Kansas City Style

Sauces and Rubs

I like a good Kansas City style BBQ sauce for my pulled pork which is typically tomato based and is generally sweet, spicy and tangy. This pulled pork BBQ sauce recipe is what I like to make when I’m not being too lazy. If I don’t make my own, I usually buy something off the […]

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BBQ Pulled Pork Recipe

Pork

Cooking great pulled pork is easy to do if you have the right BBQ pulled pork recipe. With some patience and a cheap smoker, you’ll get great results every time. Here’s what you need: One 5-6 pound pork butt A little bit of vegetable oil Your favorite pork rub Some wood chunks Some bbq sauce […]

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Types of Wood for Smoking

BBQ Pits and Tools

There are dozens different types of wood for smoking.  In mastering your backyard barbecue pit, you’ll want to learn the different flavors, forms and techniques to get the best results. When I got my first offset smoker, I tried cooking ribs with hickory smoke. I put so much smoke on them that it actually smelled […]

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What To Do With Leftover Brisket? Brisket Tacos!

Beef

Last Saturday I got up at 5:30 in the morning to make brisket to have it ready in time for the Texans game. The girlfriend had several of her friends coming over to hang out in the entertainment room and watch the game.  This was my big chance to show off! After a few weeks […]

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Maverick Wireless BBQ Thermometer Set – Maverick ET732

BBQ Pits and Tools

I went ahead and ordered that Maverick Wireless BBQ Thermometer from Amazon that I was talking about couple of weeks ago and tested it out with my BBQ pulled pork recipe.  I don’t know how I’ve lived without this thing.  The pork came out perfect and I didn’t have to keep opening the lid on my […]

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Pork Shoulder Blade Roast to Pulled Pork Fireworks

Pork

Last Friday, while I was out at the store loading up for the weekend, I saw that Kroger had pork shoulder blade roasts on sale.  It was about nine dollars for a six pound roast!  That price was just too good to pass up, so I grabbed the best looking looking pork shoulder blade roast […]

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Barbecued Chicken Legs and the Houston Texans

Chicken

The first game of the year for the Houston Texans was last Friday night.  I wanted to fire up the pit for the game but, I had to work.  There was no time for  low and slow so, I decided to try some barbecued chicken legs.  With prep and cook time, it should only take […]

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