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Easy Baby Back Ribs

Easiest Baby Back RibsAs time passes, I have come to appreciate simple approaches to making barbecue. Maybe I’m getting lazy, but I don’t have a lot of patience for complex recipes and techniques. This new article shows how I’m making easy baby back ribs with minimal effort. Are they perfect? No. Are they delicious? Yes! Read the article now.

Review: Kingsford Garlic, Onion, Paprika & Hickory Charcoal

I stumbled across Kingsford Garlic, Onion, Paprika & Hickory Wood flavored charcoal briquets at The Home Depot. I bought a bag which I used to cook Hot & Fast Chicken on my Weber Smokey Mountain Cooker for WSM Smoke Day 18 on May 28, 2022. Did it improve my chicken? Watch to find out!

Review: Weber Grate Grill Cleaner

I saw Weber Grate Grill Cleaner at Lowe’s. I’m an EZ-OFF oven cleaner guy for cleaning my cooking grates, but thought I’d give this Weber product a try. How did it work? Was it better than EZ-OFF? Will I be switching? Watch to find out!

Beef Tallow Brisket In Pink Butcher Paper

I made beef tallow from leftover brisket fat and used it as shown in a Meat Church BBQ video featuring Jonny White, co-owner of Goldee’s Bar-B-Q in Fort Worth, TX. Watch how I used the tallow when cooking the brisket and find out whether it improved the brisket’s moisture and whether or not I’d use it again in the future.

Split Log Smoke Wood In The Weber Smoker

I tried using a 12″ long split piece of post oak as smoke wood in the Weber Smokey Mountain Cooker. Was it better, worse, or the same as using wood chunks in the smoker? Watch to find out!

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