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The Book of Burger

Burgers are an easy, tasty meal option to cook on your outdoor grill or smoker. While they’re available virtually any time of the year, their incognizant sense of summer nostalgia is what makes them so enjoyable during BBQ season. Fresh bun and refreshing condiments followed…


The Book of Brisket

Chapter Links Anatomy Methods Wood Trimming Seasonings Grill Placement The Stall Wrapping Time & Temperature Resting Slicing Testing Serving A Camp Chef Brisket While the reward is mouthwatering, let’s be real—briskets are intimidating, not to mention high maintenance. There are tons of cooking opinions when it…

The Art of Low and Slow BBQ

The Art of Low and Slow BBQ

There’s nothing wrong with the world of hot-and-fast searing. But sometimes it pays off to take the heat down a few notches and enter the world of low-and-slow smoking. After all, there’s nothing quite like the way a brisket melts in your mouth or a…


Your Guide to Smoker Pellets

What are the best wood pellets? Which hardwood should you choose for your meat? Are wood pellets toxic? Questions like these are famous in the grilling world. After all, you want that precious meal on the grill grates to turn out the best it can…


Smoke or Science: 7 Tips for a Better Smoke Ring

Smoke Ring – That wonderful ring of pink, just under the surface of smoked meat, letting your eyes and mouth know that the bite you are about to take is packed with flavor. That ring, it’s all in the smoke…or is it?

First Timers Guide to a Brisket

First Timer’s Guide to Cooking Brisket

Yes, You Can Cook a Brisket So you’ve graduated from pre-formed burger patties and hotdogs to true BBQ. You’re ready to take on one of the most temperamental cuts of meat around: brisket. For the effort you put in, the payoff is more than worth…