Barbecue Tips From Top BBQ Competitors & Bloggers
Barbeque Tips And BBQ Expert Interviews
Instead of simply putting up a page of links to the sites and blogs I like to read, I thought it would be a much better idea to dedicate an entire page to each of them in a question and answer format, in other words barbecue interviews. That way, we can all learn more about them and their feelings about barbecue.
Now, I don't want to shock you, but most of their barbeque tips are in the context of what they'll call "traditional barbecue." For those of you who may not know, gas grills generally aren't considered to be traditional. Nor are they particularly good, or efficient, at cooking "low and slow", which is how many will define "barbecue". So who says this site has to only be about grilling on a gas grill? Not me, certainly!
Barbecue Tips From The Experts
Interview With Curt McAdams of Bucky's Barbecue & Bread (aka Bucky McOinkum's BBQ) - Curt is a one of a kind and you will learn some interesting things about him and his passion for barbecue. He uses a Big Green Egg which I found very interesting, since it's on my wishlist!
Interview with Clint Cantwell of the Smoke In Da Eye Competition BBQ Team - You can find his website at www.smokeindaeye.com. Here you'll find a his blog, recipes, videos and other interesting stuff from his backyard and BBQ competitions.
My Interview with Mike Fincham from BBQGeek.com. Mike's local to me here in Atlanta and has an extremely popular blog with great content, recipe ideas and a few product reviews as well. He's also a fan of Chargriller grills in case you're tempted when Kroger rolls them out each spring.
My interview with Robert Fernandez, aka WhiteTrashBBQ and BrooklynQ was a lot of fun. He organizes the only annual BBQ competition in NYC and it's run at the beginning of April each year. WTBBQ also has some good barbecue tips to share.
An interview with Greg Rempe or TheBBQCentral.com forums and host of the live weekly radio talk show about BBQ on LA Radio where you can pick up a lot of barbecue tips.
Danielle Dimovski of Diva Q Competition BBQ - An experienced BBQ competitor from Canada that is serious about competing across North America. Awesome blog too.
Related Barbecue Tips
The Reverse Sear Method - The reverse sear method is gaining popularity as the myth of sealing in the juices has been completely debunked. However, searing serves another purpose and there's a better way to do it.
Grilling The Perfect Steak On a Charcoal Grill - For all those great meat and potato men out there, grilling the perfect steak on a charcoal grill will always make your day.
Why BBQ Experts Think Gas Barbecue is the Wrong Way To Go
Cooking Spatchcock Chicken On A Gas Grill - The term Spatchcock is kind of weird. The origins may come from the phrase dispatch the cock, referring to killing a chicken. Fortunately, I didn't need to participate in such distasteful exercise. But, I can assure you that my results were extremely tasteful!
Beer Butt Chicken on a Bubba Keg Grill (now the Big Steel Keg Grill) - I figured I would do Beer Butt chicken on a Bubba Keg Grill (now the Big Steel Keg Grill) since I just got the grill, and I love to cook chicken like this. Since my results varied from my norm, I will probably be updating this page as I fine tune the procedure. I definitely didn't get the same results I got on my Char-griller with side fire box, or even my gas grill. So let's see what I did.
Bubba Keg Beer Can Chicken - I was told to prepare Bubba Keg Beer Can Chicken at my wife's horse barn for a gathering on Memorial Day. So, instead of watching the French Open while I was cooking, I was swatting flies. But, it was a great opportunity for me to check out the portability of this baby and also to cook for more than 2 people. I picked up a few barbecue tips as well
Grilling The Perfect Steak On A Charcoal Grill - For all those great meat and potato men out there, grilling the perfect steak on a charcoal grill will always make your day. Sit back, watch the game, chat with friends, and have some beer while you're at it.
How Long Do You Grill Chicken on a Gas Grill? - There are a number of answers to "How long do you grill chicken on a gas grill?" There are a variety of barbecue tips for cooking chicken and each of them will determine the amount of time required. Regardless of the time involved, the breast should get to 165 F, or the juices should run clear when you twist a joint.
Steak on a Gas Grill - How is it Done? - I sometimes get asked how to cook a steak on a gas grill. My answer is simple, do it the same way you do it on a charcoal grill! All kidding aside, this isn't going to be a recipe page for marinades and rubs. You can decide if you need anything like that depending on your tastes, and your grill.
Pizza on the Bubba Keg Grill (now the Big Steel Keg Grill) - Costco has really good homemade pizza's, so I thought I'd try a Margherita Pizza on the Bubba Keg Grill (now the Big Steel Keg Grill). I was lazy, and it looked really good. I've also been meaning to try something like this every since I got it.
What Are the Grill Times For Steak? is a very common question I hear so let me try to answer it. The times are going to vary depending on what temperature you're cooking at and what level of doneness you prefer; rare, medium-rare, medium or well-done. It's also going to depend on the thickness of the cut.
Smoked Pork Butt on the Bubba Keg Grill (now the Big Steel Keg Grill) - I just had to have smoked pork butt on the Bubba Keg Grill (now the Big Steel Keg Grill) the other day. Man, my wife had swiped the camera so I don't have any pictures to share with you. I will correct that situation the next time I do it.
Smoking Spareribs on a Bubba Keg Grill (now the Big Steel Keg Grill) - St. Louis Style - My second low and slow cook was spareribs on a Bubba Keg Grill. After my slight problem with beer butt chicken, I was a little wary. Decided I was definitely not using a water pan in a Bubba Keg again. No one had recommended it, so I'm not sure why I did it other than I was following a WSM recipe. Live and learn - barbecue tips.
Spareribs on a Gas Grill - We're going to review the barbecue tips for how to cook spareribs on a gas grill for those that have never done it. But for your gas grillers out there, you're going to learn something new today called low and slow cooking.
Tips For Grilling Chicken On A Charcoal Grill - One of the greatest American past times is barbecuing. There is a multitude of foods you can cook on various different types of grills. There are also many barbecue tips for grilling chicken on a charcoal grill.
Weber Grill Recipes For Weber Grills - People are searching for Weber grill recipes and it's no wonder, owning a Weber grill is as common as owning a lawnmower. As similar as they are, each grill has it's own way of getting the job done and often it will require you to do a little bit of homework to get it just right.
Grill A Ribeye Steak And Know Exactly When It's Done - How long do I grill a Ribeye steak is a very common question I hear so let me try to answer it. First of all, a Ribeye is a great selection. It's one of the most flavorful steaks you'll ever taste. We'll talk about how to prepare and cook the steak at another time. For now, we'll just get into the how longs and other barbecue tips
Grill A Steak And Know Exactly When It's Done - How long to grill a steak is a very common question I hear so let me try to answer it. First of all, steak is one of my favorites. There's nothing like the thought of red meat to get the stomach growling. We'll talk about how to prepare and cook the steak at another time. For now, we'll just get into the how longs.
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