So today was a day off for us due to the holiday here in the U.S. So we thought we would spend a little time with friends enjoying good company and conversation.
As seems to be the custom in most places, this type of activity revolves around food. With time off who can resist the opportunity to do a little grilling out, actually this time it is smoking meat. Continue reading “Guess #whatsfordinner tonight 7/4/2016 its a #Grilling”
Brisket is a barbecue classic here. But it isn’t something that can be rushed. Brisket is rich in connective tissue, so it requires a low-and-slow process like smoking. Luckily, it is worth all the time and effort
What do you need?
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In the United States Grilling is a point of pride with everyone wanting their own signature twist on a rub or sauce. Usually they call it their secret and are unwilling to share. Some have even been known to take their recipe to the grave with them.
I don’t get it. I love grilling and I love sharing. Really what does it matter if someone copies a recipe. If you believe Charles Caleb Colton then you believe that “imitation is the sincerest form of flattery.”
I’m still working on coming up with a “signature rub” of my own. In the mean time, I found this guide that provides a great starting place for developing your own. What follows is the gist of the article along with other information I found: Continue reading “Rubbing it in – Grilling Tips #barbecue”