Smoked Corned Beef is a breeze on a Country Smokers Pellet Smoker. With a simple, but tasty rub, this one can be served with potatoes and cabbage. While the dish is usually boiled, this Smoked Corned Beef recipe forgoes the blandness of cooking in water in favor of wood-fired flavor. Sometimes smoked corned beef is referred to as pastrami, so if you’re craving a sandwich, feel free to slice thin and place on your favorite rye or sourdough bread.
For those who are brave at heart – this Jalapeno Pepper Jack Stuffed Burger also has a layer of habanero jack cheese to really help light that fire. These hearty and spicy beef burgers are big enough to eat without a bun if you prefer. Enjoy them grilled or smoked for an hour before turning up the heat for that extra smoky flavor.
Let’s be real. It can be quite the undertaking to smoke a brisket low and slow. While the flavor is outstanding, cooking at 225°F or lower can take a whole brisket at least 12 hours to cook to temp. This hot and fast brisket method cuts a chunk of that cook time off, trimming it down to a manageable 6 to 8 hours, depending on the size and cut. And with a Country Smokers Pellet Grill, it’s never been easier to cook a whole brisket, hot and fast.
On the road or at home, this Country Smokers Grilled Flank Steak Fajitas recipe is sure to become a new addition to the “favorites” list. This recipe brings those classic wood fired restaurant flavors you know and love to your home (or wherever it is you happen to be grilling). We recommend using a rub or seasoning mix that combines sweet and spicy flavors like brown sugar and cayenne pepper or paprika to truly awaken your taste buds and deliver that classic fajita taste.