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Share Tweet Pin Mail After my first time making homemade bacon (a very successful first time, I must say), I decided I’d up my ...

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Homemade Bacon Prep

Homemade Maple-Espresso Bacon

Homemade Bacon Prep

This chipotle bacon had a mild chipotle flavor. The first time I made it I was way too shy with the chipotle, and although it was fantastic, it didn’t have much of that great smokey chipotle flavor. I recommend you be quite liberal with the chipotle peppers. We aren’t making cheesecake here. Use a lot of chipotle.

This chipotle bacon had a mild chipotle flavor. The first time I made it I was way too shy with the chipotle, and although it was fantastic, it didn’t have much of that great smokey chipotle flavor. I recommend you be quite liberal with the chipotle peppers. We aren’t making cheesecake here. Use a lot of chipotle.

North Carolina Style Vinegar BBQ Sauce This may be one of the Best Carolina style sauces I have ever had. I am thinking for the next batch of doubling the red pepper, but this was so good as is, you don’t need to unless you want more zing…

North Carolina Style Vinegar BBQ Sauce This may be one of the Best Carolina style sauces I have ever had. I am thinking for the next batch of doubling the red pepper, but this was so good as is, you don’t need to unless you want more zing…

Maple-Espresso Cured Bacon

Homemade Maple-Espresso Bacon

Maple-Espresso Cured Bacon

The other day I asked Anita if there was anything special she wanted for dinner this week. She said cabbage rolls. I instantly thought smoked cabbage rolls. So that’s what I made, and they came out fantastic. Tender, moist, flavorful stuffing, wrapped in steamed cabbage leaves, all in a simple tomato sauce. Smoked for about an hour, these cabbage rolls combine the traditional with just a hint of smokey flavor. We both agree, these are fantastic.

The other day I asked Anita if there was anything special she wanted for dinner this week. She said cabbage rolls. I instantly thought smoked cabbage rolls. So that’s what I made, and they came out fantastic. Tender, moist, flavorful stuffing, wrapped in steamed cabbage leaves, all in a simple tomato sauce. Smoked for about an hour, these cabbage rolls combine the traditional with just a hint of smokey flavor. We both agree, these are fantastic.

Turkey and smoke are a natural pairing, as anyone who's looked at a deli case can tell you, but there's a difference between cold-cut smoked turkey, with its ham-like cured texture and questionable smoke flavor, and real barbecued turkey. I'm talking the kind of smoked turkey you want served in thick, glistening slabs that are shiny with juice and fork-tender, with deep smoke flavor.

Spice-Rubbed Butterflied Smoked Turkey

Turkey and smoke are a natural pairing, as anyone who's looked at a deli case can tell you, but there's a difference between cold-cut smoked turkey, with its ham-like cured texture and questionable smoke flavor, and real barbecued turkey. I'm talking the kind of smoked turkey you want served in thick, glistening slabs that are shiny with juice and fork-tender, with deep smoke flavor.

Greatest Beef Jerky Recipe - He can make killer smoked fish, would be awesome if he could finally nail the meat... which he can with practice. :)

Greatest Beef Jerky Recipe - He can make killer smoked fish, would be awesome if he could finally nail the meat... which he can with practice. :)

I smoked a few traditional pork chops the other day. I decided to also cure a few chops and see how the two versions stack up against each other. And the verdict? Smoked pork chops, done any way, are fantastically great! Cured smoked pork chops have a slightly hammier taste than do the traditional chops I made, thanks to an overnight cure. I brushed a bit of warm honey over them just before serving to add a bit of sweetness.

I smoked a few traditional pork chops the other day. I decided to also cure a few chops and see how the two versions stack up against each other. And the verdict? Smoked pork chops, done any way, are fantastically great! Cured smoked pork chops have a slightly hammier taste than do the traditional chops I made, thanks to an overnight cure. I brushed a bit of warm honey over them just before serving to add a bit of sweetness.

After making homemade bacon on my Weber Smokey Mountain smoker, I figured the next logical thing to try would be making homemade jerky. The curing process for jerky is similar in ways to curing bacon, but it doesn’t take as long. The smoking process is different, since the jerky needs to dry out on the smoker.  The end result was fantastic. This Teriyaki jerky has great Asian-inspired flavor. The meat was tender, with a little bit of tug, as you’d expect from jerky.

After making homemade bacon on my Weber Smokey Mountain smoker, I figured the next logical thing to try would be making homemade jerky. The curing process for jerky is similar in ways to curing bacon, but it doesn’t take as long. The smoking process is different, since the jerky needs to dry out on the smoker. The end result was fantastic. This Teriyaki jerky has great Asian-inspired flavor. The meat was tender, with a little bit of tug, as you’d expect from jerky.

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