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The Big Green Egg vs. a Gas Grill (Which Should You Buy?)

It can generally go without saying that choosing the right grill for your cooking needs can take a lot of time and effort. After all, there are so many different aspects that you need to think about, such as the size of the grill, the type of grill, and what you are going to be …

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Smoked Jambalaya on the Big Green Egg (Or Kamado Joe)

It just doesn’t get any easier to create a smoked jambalaya then this recipe on the Big Green Egg. Not only is it super easy by combining all the ingredients but it is also super delicious which is why this smoked jambalaya recipe is a must try! Smoked Jambalaya Ingredients 1 lb – White Rice …

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Smoked Stuffed Green Pepper Soup on the Big Green Egg (Or Kamado Joe)

This smoked stuffed green pepper soup is another delicious delight created on the Big Green Egg. It has an excellent balance of flavors with the perfect amount of spice. You wont regret trying this smoked stuffed green pepper soup created by Troy Cleveland. Smoked Stuffed Green Pepper Soup Ingredients Ingredients 1 lb – Ground Beef …

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8 Creative Ways to Grill Without a Grill (Plus Add Grill Marks)

There’s nothing tastier than a delicious grilled steak or chicken breast accompanied with a selection of grilled peppers, zucchini, and onions. So, what do you do when you don’t have a grill? You cook without one! Not everyone has a backyard where they can set up a charcoal or propane grill or BBQ. But there …

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How to Season Wood for Smoking (And What Types of Wood to Avoid)

There used to be a time when all barbeque was cooked using wood logs as the only source of both heat and smoke. Times have changed, however, and now we tend to over complicate the way that we smoke our meats. Go ahead—take a walk through your average barbeque store and you’ll see choice after …

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What’s Better for Your Grill: Collagen Casing Vs. Natural Casing

When it comes to making sure that your food grills exactly the way that it should, there are quite a few things that you need to think about. Of course, you need to make sure that you have your grill in good condition, and everything needed for the grill is completely taken care of. At …

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What to Do with Brisket Fat Trimmings (Food and Non-Food Ideas)

It can generally go without saying that grilling some brisket is a timeless tradition, and it can leave you and your family with a hefty meal that will last you a while. However you may choose to cook your brisket, there are many reasons why you might decide to trim the fat down. Some people …

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Smoked Buffalo Chicken Dip on the Big Green Egg (Or Kamado Joe)

Smoked buffalo chicken dip is a deliciously easy dip to make on the Big Green Egg. One recommendation would be to ensure you have a cast iron skillet to cook it in. Not only will the cast iron skillet cook it nice and evenly but it will also keep the dip hot longer while you …

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What Cuts to Get When Butchering a Pig? (9 Best and Classic Cuts of Meat)

So your spare freezer in the basement is empty and you are looking to either get a half or whole pig butchered to stock up, but what cuts should you get? First, for me, when I’m not quite ready to pull the trigger on filling the freezer I turn to ButcherBox for some delicious cuts …

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