smoked beef short ribs

Smoked Beef Short Ribs on the Ole Hickory Smoker

Smoked Beef Short Ribs If you’ve never had Smoked Beef Short Ribs I suggest you run to the store and pick up a few packs because you’re in for a decadent treat. Short Ribs are beefy, rich, and packed with flavor. And cooking them out on the smoker brings even more flavor to the party. So let’s get started with …

Whole NY Strip Roast Smoked

Smoked New York Strip Loin on Ole Hickory Pit

Smoked New York Strip Loin With Christmas just a couple weeks away, I’m sure everyone is thinking about what’s on the menu. Today I want to share with you my recipe for Whole Smoked New York Strip Loin. It’s always a winner on our Holiday table. The New York Strip Loin is cut from the Short Rib section of a …

Smoked Meatball Sub

Smoked Italian Meatball Subs

Smoked Italian Meatball Subs This is a great football food recipe – my Smoked Italian Meatball Subs are perfect for parties or tailgates. And everyone loves a good meatball sub. To start, you need to make your Smoked Italian Meatball Subs. For my smoked meatballs I use: – 1lb Ground Italian Sausage – 1lb 80/20 Ground Chuck – 2 eggs …

smoked jerky

Smoked Beef Jerky & Smoked Deer Jerky

Smoked Beef Jerky I’m sharing with you a few of my favorite recipes – Smoked Beef Jerky – for making jerky using both deer and beef. My Smoked Beef Jerky process starts with selecting the meat. For me that’s lean muscles from the deer or cuts of beef with little to no fat. For beef it’s roasts like London Broil, …

Whole Pork Shoulder

Smoked Pork Shoulder

Whole Smoked Pork Shoulder Lots of times people say they are smoking a shoulder, but really they are only cooking the butt portion of the whole shoulder. A whole Smoked Pork Shoulder weights around 20lbs and takes about 18 hours to cook. It’s a big task… but it can produce some serious barbecue. I am cooking this whole Smoked Pork …

easy smoked brisket

Easy Smoked Brisket Recipe

In the past I’ve done recipes and videos for competition brisket but this one is a little different. There’s no injection or aggressive trimming, it’s just seasoning, smoke, and time. I start with a 12-14lb whole brisket which is the perfect size for fitting into a Food Saver bag. It’s hard to wrestle bigger briskets trust me on this. You …