Sure, you can bake, grill, or even smoke a prime rib, but nothing and I mean nothing beats a rotisserie roast. The constant rotation of the meat keeps all the juices rolling and basting the meat. This keep it flavorful, moist, tender and of course juicy. The added plus is that you can prepare drip pan vegetables under the roast as it cooks. This dish is perfect for holiday meals and special occasions.Read more
If you’re a steak lover, then look no further. This quick and easy t-bone steak recipe will quell that hankering really fast. Just add a few simple ingredients, grill hot and fast, and you’ll have a fantastic steak in no time. I recommend cooking these on charcoal, but a gas range will work just fine.Read more
Whether you are grilling, smoking, or baking a prime rib, how you flavor it will ultimately make or break the final product. This butter-herb wet rub can be prepared in a matter of minutes and adds a fantastic flavor to prime rib. Recipe makes enough for a 4-6 bone rib roast.Read more
Also referred to as sirloin tips, the sirloin flap steak is another thin steak that works really well on the grill. I suggest marinating it for several hours and cooking it hot and fast on the grill. This cut of meat works well with any flavor combination and a rather economical cut. Give this one a try next time you’re in the grilling mood.Read more
Coffee adds a nice deep richness to beef and is one the easiest ways to flavor a steak or roast. Grilled low and slow, these tri-tip roasts will melt in your mouth.Read more
The perfect Texas style rub for a Texas style brisket. While this rub is meant for a low and slow beef brisket, you can certainly use it on beef ribs and barbecued chuck roasts.Read more
Looking to grill or smoke a rack or two of meaty beef ribs? This rub will get the job done. This is enough for 2-3 racks, so increase the recipe if you’re preparing more than that.Read more
This is one of my favorite seasoning rubs for ribs and pork roasts. It has so many earthy flavors, but is tempered by a little sweet from the sugar. This is enough rub for a large cookout. So if you have several racks or ribs or a couple pork butts to throw on the smoker, then try this one out.Read more
Grilled burgers are delicious, but this seasoning rub will really add a fantastic flavor to the patties. This recipe makes enough for a few dozen burgers, so it’s a perfect amount for a large cookout. Take this seasoning rub along with you to tailgating events and camping trips. You’ll be glad you did.Read more
Memphis is known for their “dry” ribs. This just means that the ribs are coated in a seasoning rub and cooked low and slow. No sauce. Just ribs, herbs and spices.
This savory rub begins with a generous amount of paprika and extends from there with the addition of earthy ingredients like chili powder, a little cumin and coriander. While this rub is perfect for ribs, you can use it on other types of meats as well. So, give this one a try next time you fire up the grill or smoker.