These Smoked Brisket Tacos are perfect for when you have some leftover Brisket. Lunch, dinner, or even “linner” – Country Smokers delivers tacos that are as delicious, as they are simple. H2: Pellet Grill Tacos Using a pellet grill to infuse smoky flavors into the meat and tortillas is a great way to capture those authentic street taco flavors. Charcoal is often used to cook street taco meats and the pellet grill offers similar flavors while making the cooking process much easier and pain free.
This Smoked Tri Tip Roast is marinated for at least 8 hours in green chile verde enchilada sauce, then cooked low and slow and finished with a quick sear on the Country Smokers grill. The result is a mildly spicy, unbelievably tender reverse seared Tri Tip Roast with a tasty crust. Serve on its own or in tacos, nachos, burritos, or omelets.
Few things in life are more satisfying than grabbing a tomahawk ribeye steak by the bone handle and taking a big, heroic bite out of the meat. There’s something primal in it. So why not indulge yourself and try it out next time you’re craving a steak. This recipe uses a reverse sear to ensure that you’re cooking the thick ribeye cut to the perfect internal temperature. With a cast iron skillet, you can also have that delicious, salty charred exterior as well.
Wondering how to smoke brisket in a pellet smoker? Fear brisket no more! This easy Texas Style Brisket recipe will have your guests beggin’ for round two. This recipe was made with the fundamentals in mind so you can enjoy the big, bold, beefy flavors that traditional Texas BBQ is known for.
Bone-In Ribeye have a ton of flavor, which is why so many people love them. Ribeye are from one of the most delicious and tender cuts of beef: the rib primal. But if you’re looking to turn the flavor and the experience up a notch, we’ve got you covered. The whiskey steak marinade is easy to prepare, with an amazing outcome. A little sweet with a little heat, we present to you: the perfect combination.