Smokehouse Recipes

Smoked Rib Dinner

SMOKED RIB DINNER One of the easiest, most satisfying rib recipes you'll ever cook takes into consideration bits of advice from rib experts from across the nation. "You want a fall-off-the-bone rib." "You want a chewy rib." "You want a crust on the rib but take care not to dry the rib out." These are just a few directives when it comes to ribs. The 3-2-1 method, the 2-2-1 method... to boil or not to boil? It can be a confusing gamut of information on how to make ribs you love.  Trying to get the best of all worlds and...

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Smoked Macaroni & Cheese Bake

SMOKED MACARONI & CHEESE BAKE The degree of smokiness when smoking ingredients to add to a dish varies greatly. Macaroni & Cheese for example can be slightly smokey by simply adding cold smoked cheddar cheese or a stick of cold smoked butter. For a deep smoke flavor, all the cheeses, along with the butter can be cold smoked before combining into the cheese sauce that serves as the base of casserole. When preparing ingredients for Smoked Macaroni & Cheese, it's a good opportunity to smoke more cheese than you need, saving it for a meat and cheese platter or even...

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Smokey Chili Recipe

SMOKEY CHILI RECIPE Getting a little smoke into recipe ingredients adds a unique flavor element to any dish. Smoke a few of the ingredients or smoke them all. Vegetables like onions and peppers can be smoked ahead of time and frozen for later use. If smoked a day ahead of time, smoke flavors will deepen. Always keep ingredients refrigerated until ready to use. INGREDIENTS: 1 Pound Ground Meat 2 TBSP. Olive Oil 6 Cloves Smoked Garlic 1 Smoked Onion 1 Large Smoked Tomato 1 Smoked Jalapeno Pepper 1 Smoked Red Bell Pepper 1 TBSP. Chili Powder 1 TBSP. Unsweetened Cocoa...

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Smoking Salts in the Little Chief

There are several ways to add smoked flavors to foods without actually smoking it. The key is finding out what seasonings, herbs and foods will take on that transfers and compliments a dish. Salt, being one of the most important, and certainly most common flavorings, is a great seasoning to start with. Salt picks up smoke at a variety of levels, adding just a hint of flavor or a robust blast, depending on the type of wood and smoking time. SMOKING SALTS IN THE LITTLE CHIEF SMOKER To err on the side of caution, try smoking small batches of salt...

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