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Recipes

Sticky Ribs on a Gas Grill
Spare ribs that will fall off the bone. Tender, smokey meat slathered in a sauce so thick, sweet and sticky you need a case of wet naps to get your hands clean after eating them!
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Slow-Cooker Classic Barbecued Spareribs
Try this recipe for fall off the bone tender barbecued pork spareribs with a grilled flavor without the grill!
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Wine Braised Spareribs with Garlic and Rosemary
A simple, straightforward recipe for oven-roasted pork ribs. It's a lighter, more elegant approach than the smoky, saucy, barbecue ribs that is easier and faster too!
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Barbecued Pork Ribs
Try our melt in your Mouth BBQ Pork Ribs Recipe. You'll be surprised how easy it is to grill up a perfectly smokey and tender rack!
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Braised Brisket with Red Wine and Thyme
A tender and moist braised brisket that is easy to make but tastes like you worked on it all day! Serve with mashed potatoes or buttered noodles.
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Texas Style Smoked Brisket
This traditional Texas-styled smoked brisket will teach you how to produce a great piece of smoked meat and help you take your brisket to a whole new level. This recipe calls for an 8- to 10-pound brisket to serve 6 people, while this may seem like a lot of meat, keep in mind that brisket loses around 30 to 40 percent of its weight during smoking due to the amount of collagen in the meat.
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Barbecued Beef Brisket
This recipe will teach you how to produce a great piece of smoked meat without all the time spent monitoring the smoker. Brisket is a delicious treat when cooked right. It is tender, juicy, and just plain tasty!
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Tri-Tip Roast
Picanha roast—also called Tritip Roast, sirloin cap roast, rump cap, or rump cover roast—is a delicious cut that is still relatively affordable, despite higher beef costs. So now is a great time to give it a try. You and your family will be surprised how satisfying this cut can be, if prepared properly.
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Red Beans and Rice
Monday wouldn't be Monday in Louisiana without Red Beans and Rice. Legend has it that since Monday was traditionally was wash day, an all-day affair before electric washers and dryers, a pot of red beans spent the morning simmering on the back of the stove. The marrow from the ham hock and the herbs and spices make the beans tasty; long cooking makes them tender and creamy. Red beans ladled over fresh steamed rice with some French bread for sopping up every last drop. Another simple yet tasty dish.
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Chicken Wings
Chicken wings are one of the funnest and most flavorful foods available and you don't need to go out to have the best. That's right you can make them right at home. They can be cooked on the grill, deep-fried or in a convection oven/air fryer. The key is to put a little brown on them before you sauce them up and the second key is to dry the sauce a bit back in the heat to make it stick. The more you sauce them (that is you can coat them multiple times the more intense the flavor. Below are the directions to grill, deep-fry and oven fry wings.
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Hot Sauce for Chicken Wings
Traditional hot sauce for chicken wings. Spicy and delicious!
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Garlic Sauce for Chicken Wings
One of our favorite toppings. Easy to make and delicious.
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