Barbeque Porn

This past weekend I felt like cooking several things on the smoker. The weather was nice, the sun was out and I didn’t know how to act after experiencing the most brutal winter I’ve ever seen in my entire life. My city, broke a 40-year-old record for total snowfall and days of below zero degree temps. So while it was nice outside I had visions of a Barbeque Porno. What’s that you say? Well, it’s where you cook several things, and while there on the grill you stand back and look at them with amazement, just like you did the very first time you saw a porno.

So to give you a rundown of what I cooked, here it is:

  • ST. Louis Ribs – seasoned with my Quarterback Hawg Rub
  • Turkey Breast – seasoned with Kansas City Kryptonite Rub
  • A Fatty – seasoned with my Quarterback Hawg Rub
  • Bologna – seasoned with my Quarterback Hawg Rub and rubbed in Brown Sugar

 

For this cook I used Cowboy Hardwood Lump Charcoal and Hickory Wood Chunks. Cowboy Charcoal is a blend of oak, hickory and maple hardwoods. Lump charcoal is said to have the higher burning temp than briquettes, while imparting a distinct charcoal flavor. Cowboy charcoal is an all natural charcoal product, it burns cleaner, lights easier and cooks better than briquettes. you’ll use less charcoal and your smoker will heat quicker for a longer period of time. Wood Chunks can be used in dozens of different types of grills to add that wonderful wood smoke flavor to your barbeque dishes. Chunks are great to use with charcoal for added flavor. Hickory is the most commonly used wood for smoking. Hickory has a sweet to strong, heavy bacon flavor that works great for poultry, pork, ham, beef and sausage.

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Just a regular guy who loves to barbeque. Married father of two. I developed a love for grilling as a child watching my dad grill. My love for BBQ, using wood and the "low & slow" method came after I purchased my first horizontal smoker in my 20's.

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