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Sausages are incredibly popular all over the globe, and they are made from different kinds of meat. You can buy sausages made of beef, veal, and of course, pork. In some parts of the world, chicken sausages are also sold, although they are obviously not as popular. The bratwursts, sold commonly in Germany, are some of the most popular choices. Sausages play an important role in German cuisine, and are commonly found all over the…

This delicious Cajun chicken fried rice has just a touch of heat on the chicken that pairs perfectly with the fried rice, eggs, veggies & kielbasa style smoked sausage! It is also super easy and fun to make. The kids even eat it! Cajun Chicken Fried Rice with Kielbasa Sausage Ingredients Chicken Marinade 2 Tablespoons – Frank’s Red Hot Sauce (Original)2 Tablespoons – Soy Sauce (Low Sodium is Preferred)1 Tablespoon – Minced Garlic Seasoning for…

Keeping grilled hamburgers warm is a challenge in itself. If you like grilling hamburgers every now and then, there is a pretty strong chance that you will end up grilling more than the ones that will be eaten right away. So, if you are expecting company, you would obviously want to make sure that the burgers remain warm. Hamburgers just don’t taste the same when they are kept in the refrigerator and taken out and…

One of my favorite things to cook on the Blackstone Griddle is breakfast and with breakfast I love crispy hash browns (especially when camping). I have also found that pairing hash browns with Dizzy Pigs IPA seasoning is where it is at! I also had room on the Blackstone when I was cooking hash browns, so I threw on some bacon because, why not? Blackstone Crispy Hash Browns Ingredients Hash browns (I prefer to use…

Every one loves a good Chicago style deep dish so why not throw it on the Big Green Egg and bring it right to your table? This is an easy to make delicious Chicago Style Deep Dish with a touch of that smoke flavor. Chicago Deep Dish Ingredients 8 oz – Mozzarella Cheese8 oz – Pizza Cheese (or more mozzarella)Pepperoni (or whatever other ingredients you enjoy on your pizza)Grated Parmesan Cheese Chicago Style Deep Dish…

These homemade smoked meatballs are super easy to make and can either be eaten as is or used to bring your spaghetti to the next level. The meatballs are also easily freezable for future meals or snacks. Homemade Smoked Meatballs Ingredients 1 lb – Ground Beef (90/10 is preferred)1 lb – Ground Pork (Bob Evans Zesty is preferred but if you don’t like spicy foods regular will do just as good)1 teaspoon – dried Italian…

While you may be familiar with eating pork, you may not fully understand the differences between side pork and pork belly. Believe it or not – there aren’t very many differences. In fact, some people use these terms interchangeably. To fully understand the differences, you must first start out by learning about the different parts of the pig and what they are called. The Different Primals Butchers use the term “primal” to describe the different…

This Philly Cheese Steak recipe on the Blackstone is super easy to make and it has one secret to it being so delicious. That secret is using leftover smoked prime rib off the Big Green Egg. Here is my favorite way to make smoked prime rib on the BGE. Don’t have left over smoked prime rib from the BGE? If you are looking to go the top of the line meat I would recommend Snake…

When the holidays come around the pressure is on. Not only are you left having to worry about how many gifts you need to buy for your loved ones, but you also have to worry about the cooking. With the holidays comes the need to purchase and cook a turkey. Cooking a turkey is always the most difficult part of cooking holiday meals because for some reason, you just can’t seem to get it right.…

Just as a great artist needs to prep the canvas before they can create a masterpiece and a great general preps the battlefield before taking up arms, anyone hoping to prepare a great rack of ribs needs to prepare them properly. However, that’s easier said than done. There’s a lot more to great ribs than simply slapping them on the grill, slathering them with sauce, and calling it a day. One of the most important…

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