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Savory with just a little bit of heat, these Smoked Spicy Garlic Pork Burgers are a great twist on the classic. 

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We’re not sure how Country Style Ribs got their name but we love anything with the word Country in it so we will accept it. If you weren’t aware, Country Style Pork Ribs aren’t exactly ribs at all. They are deboned and sliced up strips of pork butt, which is part of the shoulder muscle of the pig. At any rate, they are delicious and easy to find at your local grocery store. They are also simple to smoke on your Country Smoker. 

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Traditional burnt ends are usually made after cooking a whole brisket and then separating the two sections, the flat and the point. The point section is then cubed and cooked even further into burnt ends. The end result is an extremely delicious barbecue delicacy that is wildly popular. However, not many people want to take the time or investment that is needed for what is traditionally an appetizer. Since brisket has become such a very in demand cut of meat, its price has soared. Recently, alternative versions have made their way onto the scene, with one of the most popular being...

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Are you wondering if you can smoke baby back ribs in about 3 hours and still get the same tender and smoky ribs you’re used to? The truth is you most certainly can. This 3 hour Smoked Baby Back Ribs recipe, dubbed the Country Smokers 1 – 2 Ribs recipe, is simple and straight forward. Apply your rub and let your racks rest for about 30 minutes. Turn on the grill and smoke your ribs on low (180°F) for 1 hour. Then turn up your smoker to 250°F and smoke for 2 hours. Take them off the grill and let...

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This Hawaiian Pulled Pork is perfect for meal prepping or large gatherings. A traditional recipe, with a delicious Hawaiian twist, this one is cooked low and slow on a cast iron pan as it smokes away in your Country Smoker, collecting all those juices as it renders delicious wood fired flavors.  Serving on Hawaiian style buns as a sandwich or by itself with sides are just a few of the things you can do with this versatile protein. The leftovers are great for any meal, no matter what time of day.  

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