Blackened Snapper on the Grill

I firmly believe in cooking fried foods on the grill. First, it’s much easier to deal with and second, your house won’t smell like fried fish (or whatever you prepared), the next day. This recipe calls for the red snapper to be coated in blackening seasoning and fried, or blackened in a cast iron skillet. Make sure to get the grill and skillet good and hot before the fish goes on. Watch for burning and adjust heat as needed.

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The Ultimate Carolina BBQ Sauce

This is truly one of the best recipes for Carolina barbecue sauce out there. Unlike those tomato based sauces we are all so used to, this one uses mustard. This traditional South Carolina sauce is served up with low and slow cooked pulled pork and even pulled chicken. Either way, pour this sauce on top or serve on the side at your next cookout.

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Kansas City Rub for Pork

Kansas City is known for their fantastic barbecued ribs. This rub is about as traditional as you can get. Apply this to pork ribs, cook low and slow, and slather will barbecue sauce. Your taste buds will thank you! This recipe makes enough for 3-4 slabs or ribs or 1-2 pork roasts, so adjust ingredients accordingly to suit your needs.

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