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German Smoked Meat - Recipe for German Kasseler - How to Cure ...
Ever wonder how to make German smoked meat? Cured and smoked meat is a tradition in German cuisine and is often served with sauerkraut and kale.
Why Do I Get a Bitter Flavor on Smoked Meats?
Answer: The secret of barbecue is heat, time, and smoke. The secret of great barbecue and successful smoking is airflow. You need to bring smoke to the meat ...
Smoking 101 - About Barbecue & Grilling
The modern method of smoking foods has evolved from a process of preserving. Long before refrigerators and chemical preservatives, smoke was used to ...
How to Make Jerky in Your Smoker - BBQ and Grilling
Making jerky in a smoker adds a great smoky flavor that you won't get any other way. However, it is easy to over smoke jerky since the meat it is cut very thin ...
"Smoke Ring" Definition - Glossary of Barbecue Terms
A smoke ring is a chemical reaction in meat cooked at slow temperatures. It appears as a layer of pink meat near the surface of barbecued meats. This much ...
What Cuts of Meat Are Best for Smoking? - About Barbecue & Grilling
Answer: Smoking is a low and slow process of cooking that uses smoke to add flavor and to tenderize meats. Smoking usually lasts for more than an 30 minutes ...
Texas Style Smoked Brisket Recipe - About Barbecue & Grilling
This traditional Texas-style Beef Brisket recipe will produce a great piece of smoked meat. This basic recipe gives you all you need to know to smoke a brisket.
Barbecue/Smoking - About Barbecue & Grilling
Low and slow traditional barbecue cook can be a challenge to those raised on hot and fast, but once you master the basics of fire, meat and smoke you won't ...
Pulled Pork - Slow Smoked Pork Shoulder - About Barbecue & Grilling
You can skip all the traditional rubs, mops and sauces and it will stand alone on the flavor of the meat and smoke. Pork allows you to practice and still be able to ...
Smoke - The Third Leg of Barbecue - About Barbecue & Grilling
Smoke is the ancient and time-honored way to add flavor to anything you can cook. In ancient times, smoke was used to preserve meat for long periods of time.