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Finding the right smoking temperature is the key to how to smoke a prime rib roast. When cooking a prime rib roast, whether in the oven or the smoker, your main goal is to evenly cook your roast from edge to edge. A smoking temperature anywhere between 200 and 225 degrees Fahrenheit is the perfect […]Read More
Smoked New York Strip Roast is relatively easy to smoke on a charcoal grill, gas grill, or smoker. A Smoked New York Strip Roast is a great alternative to Smoked Prime Rib. Also known as a Kansas City Strip Roast, Strip Loin Roast, or Top Loin Roast, a New York Strip Loin Roast is also […]Read More
Here’s an easy-to-follow smoked turkey breast recipe on a charcoal grill, gas grill, pellet grill, or smoker. This is a recipe for preparing a whole, bone-in turkey breast weighing anywhere from 5 to 8 lbs. Smoking a turkey breast has a few advantages over smoking a whole turkey, most notably is the fact you don’t […]Read More
Many people are familiar with smoking a turkey breast or a turkey leg, but what about how to smoke turkey thighs? The higher fat content in turkey thighs along with their large size and thick skin makes them a nice option for smoking over an extended period of time. Turkey thighs, considered the “dark meat” […]Read More
Smoked Tri Tip is the solution if you’ve got a craving for smoked meat for dinner, but don’t want to wait a long time for it. A relatively lean cut of meat, you can smoke a beef tri tip in your smoker or grill in about an hour or two, depending on its size and […]Read More
Hamburger patties grilled over charcoal taste great, but smoked hamburgers take that taste to another level. The smoke flavor is what sets a smoked burger apart from a conventionally-grilled burger patty. Don’t get me wrong, grilled hamburgers are delicious. However, if you like your meat with some smoke on it, smoked hamburgers can’t be beaten. […]Read More