How to Make Backyard Barbecue Fun and Easy

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Most barbecue enthusiasts are drawn to barbecue for ​enjoyment. Backyard barbecue ​can be relaxing and provides many opportunities for socializing ​and making memories with your family and friends. Done right, working a fire and turning raw meat into a delicious meal is ​​refreshing and even therapeutic. This is especially true ​if you spend a lot of […]

How to Smoke Ribs With Heath Riles

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Are you looking for a competition rib recipe that will help you win? Or ready to take your backyard barbecue to a new level?

In this video, Malcom Reed of Killer Hogs interviews Heath Riles, who reveals his process for cooking MBN-style competition ribs. This video is packed with great tips and tricks for helping you cook beautiful ribs with perfect texture and loads of flavor.

How to Smoke Cheese

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Need an idea for a snack platter for a Christmas or New Year’s Eve party? Try smoked cheese!

Breathe some life into the typical party tray of cheese, crackers, and perhaps some summer sausage by adding some smoked cheddar or Swiss cheese! Smoked cheese also ratchets up the WOW power of other recipes, like mac ‘n’ cheese, home-made party dips, grilled cheese sandwiches, etc.

Customer Story: Dwayne Zimmerman’s Green Mountain Pellet Grill

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Dwayne Zimmerman of Ephrata, PA was the lucky winner of our ​famous Green Mountain pellet grill giveaway​ last month. Dwayne sent us the following story with photos of his first two cooks on his brand new GMG Daniel Boone pellet grill​, so we’re sharing them here for everyone to enjoy.

The Simple Secret to Tender, Mouth-Watering Grilled Chicken Every Time—From the Skin to the Bone!

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How many times have you tried to grill chicken quarters on that trusty old grill, only to dry out the surface every ​time? You know… crispy skin, fully cooked but not dried out, and tender all the way through?

​You are not alone. It’s a common dilemma. But the good news is that it’s not your fault. And the ​best news is that I can show you how to grill perfect chicken, and it’s ​”easy as pie” if you do it right.