I decided to give that pulled pork thing another go and, having researched a lot since the last one, I was very very carefully convinced that this time would be awesome..
My awesome Husker neighbor Kevin bought a great 12lb chunk
Easter Sunday and we decided that we were going to have turkey for Easter dinner! I did one last Thanksgiving and it was AWESOME! I usually read tons of recipes before I venture into a new Eggsperience and tend to
Pulled Pork on the Egg! I was scared to do it, but had to try! All the recipes mention an internal temperature of 195 to 205F.. I found out that takes a looong time!! I put my 4 pound butt
While preparing my world famous ribs (see Big Green Ribs) I found a package of chicken drumsticks in the fridge that needed to be either cooked right away or thrown out.. So I rubbed them with some Famous Dave’s and found
Laura’s cousin John and family are coming over this weekend and because they LOVE meat (and John is considering buying a BGE) I decided to build them the king of BGE dishes, the BRISKET!!
As always, Walmart is your friend! Great,
OK today we decided on a great BGE dish: Big Green Beer Butt Chicken! A great way to prepare chicken, one of the best (I say ONE of the best because i have not yet mastered “Portuguese Chicken” and yeah….that’s
Salmon, boneless and with skin
Brown sugar (1 cup)
Kosher salt (1/3 cup)
Fresh chopped garlic
white wine or vinegar, I used apple vinegar this time.
cherry/apple wood chips
PreparationThis is a long but easy Egg dish! Start with brining the salmon. I put
Today my Egg and I are making one of the greatest BGE dishes: RIBS! I read a lot of recipes and methods and kind of combined them into my own thing..
Baby back ribs. Walmart is your friend! Their BBR’s are
CORN IS AWESOME, corn is like the bacon of vegetables but contrary to popular belief, corn IS good for you. It contains tons of fiber and it is a good source of lutein and zeaxanthin, compounds that help keep your
My method to create beautiful, thick, juicy, tasty burgers!
Big Green Egg setup:
High heat (400/500 deg F)
ground beef, not the leanest you can find! I usually go with 80% lean/20% fat
one or two eggs
minced fresh garlic