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...
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.
Nothing says summer like freshly grilled protein and fruit. Liven up your summertime cookouts with this Grilled Pineapple Mango Pork Kabobs Recipe. This light and easy recipe hits just the right notes of sweet, sour, and savory.
Smoky, spicy, and tangy, these Smoked Pork Belly Sliders bring a new level of flavor to any tailgating menu. The pork belly is smoked until tender on a bed of onions and serrano peppers, which pick up delicious wood-fired flavor as they cook in the rendered pork belly. Sliced and topped on a hearty pretzel roll with spicy brown mustard and the smoked veggies, these sliders are perfect eaten alone or as an appetizer.
Whiskey and BBQ pretty much go hand-in-hand. Try our BBQ Pork Chops with a savory Whiskey Glaze on your Country Smoker today - and step your game up a notch. These punchy BBQ pork chops are just what you need to mix up dinner! Glazy, smoky with a little kick of whiskey, they are sure to wake up your taste buds.