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Your Invitation To WSM Smoke Day 20

We’re celebrating WSM Smoke Day 20 on Memorial Day Weekend 2024! Learn more at http://wsmsmokeday.com

What’s Your Low & Slow Temp Range?

When I first started using the Weber Smokey Mountain Cooker back in 1997, I thought that “low & slow” cooking was in the 225-250°F temperature range. Over the past few years, I’ve upped that range to 250-275°F. Watch this video to learn about the advantages of using a higher “low & slow” temperature range in Weber smokers.

Barbecue Rubbed Popcorn

I recently bought a barbecue flavored popcorn at the supermarket and realized I could make something just as good at home using microwave popcorn, some unsalted butter, and just a tablespoon of finely ground leftover barbecue rub. Give barbecue rubbed popcorn a try, it’s a winner!

Using An Immersion Circulator To Reheat Franklin Barbecue Whole Brisket

Ever thought about using an immersion circulator to reheat a whole cooked brisket? Watch as I use the sous vide method to reheat a Franklin Barbecue whole brisket ordered from Goldbelly for a special family event.

Review: Costco Mission Hill Bistro Beef Brisket Burnt Ends

I’ve reviewed previous versions of Costco burnt ends in 2017 and 2021, but this one from Mission Hill Bistro is new on Costco shelves for Summer 2023. Watch as I demonstrate the unusual heating method suggested on the package, and learn how I rate its taste and tenderness.

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Hey, it’s Chris Allingham! I’ve been using the Weber Smokey Mountain Cooker for over 25 years. You can trust me to give you the best recipes, smoker tips, mods, and demo videos on the Web. And please join the discussion at our online forum!

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