Maple Bacon Glazed Pork Breakfast

Maple Bacon Glazed Pork Breakfast, one of the things I have always loved to do was create AWESOME and hearty camp meals that will be remembered for years. This is most definitely one of those. I have to laugh because thinking about camp meals I can remember eating a cold can of chili in pouring rain, and liking it… Pork sirloin are a camp favorite…

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Sriracha Burger

Sriracha Burger, This is National Hamburger Month and nothing says Big Beef Flavor more than a burger made with lots of tender, juicy shredded beef. This tops the chart with the OMG factor. The Sriracha Burger is piled high with Southwestern Shredded Beef covered with Pepper Jack cheese, tomatoes, feathered red onions and drizzled with Sriracha sauce. OFF THE HOOK !!! We get a large…

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St. Paddy’s Irish Nachos

St. Paddy’s Irish Nachos, we love nachos for appetizers, snacks and sometimes for dinner. Our friend Peggy Fairweather came up with the idea of combining nacho toppings over potatoes. She knows Ken is a meat & taters kind of guy. So, in honor of St. Patrick’s Day we made nachos with some of our Shredded Chuck Roast, French fries and a topping of food coloring…

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Chuck Wagon Beans

Chuck Wagon Beans, if you love beef & beans this is a good pot of beans. In the spirit of an old west “cookie” they are made with whatever you have on hand. We did these on the Louisiana Wood Pellet Grill with a smoke tube packed with Rancher’s Mesquite for that “Kiss of Smoke”. Off the hook!!! Patti and I have set one night…

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Diablo Sliders

Diablo Sliders, for our Super Bowl Tailgater party we wanted the “Slap your Momma Big Beef flavor”. So thought we would do some Diablo Sliders with the big beef flavor of chuck roast. There are tons of things you can do with it. So, with that in mind I am braising a chuck roast today. Bringing flavors from All Spice Café’s Chipotle Garlic Sauce into…

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Reverse Seared Tri-Tip On Date Night

Reverse Seared Tri-Tip on Date Night.  Date night this week we wanted “Big Beef”. The market had some beautiful Tri-Tip roasts on sale. Enough said, Tri-Tip it is! We did a 2 hour reverse sear, in our Green Mountain Grill/Smoker with Pacific Gourmet BBQ Pellet Bourbon Blend. Off the hook!!! It was tender, juicy and packed with smoked big beef flavor. Patti added some twice…

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Chipotle Bacon Bombs Redux

Chipotle Bacon Bombs are a good meaty snack or appetizer for parties or tailgating. A great start for anything we come up with. How about Chipotle Bacon Bombs on a Stick? We let our “Crash Test Dummies” try these out and they were a huge hit. There were no survivors…and no need for the main course. We all could have just eaten these for hours.

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Poor Man’s Burnt Ends and Tips

Our “Poor Man’s” Burnt Ends are “Off The Hook”! The burnt ends are meat candy. Burnt Ends are normally made from Brisket and that can be very expensive. But, as Larry Wolfe showed us you can use chuck roast. Patti got me an 8 pound Chuckie for around $21. That’s a lot of good meat for the smoker. Patti and I have set one night…

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Slow Smoked Sirloin Tip Roast

Slow Smoked Sirloin Tip Roast, tender, juicy and melt in your mouth good. We were wanting BIG MEAT for our Date Night Dinner so we went shopping. Patti and I looked at steaks, short ribs and then we saw this 5 ½ pound Sirloin Tip Roast. We smoked it for an hour in Pacific Pellet Gourmet BBQ Pellet Gourmet Blend then, put a little heat…

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Spanish Steak Sofrito

Spanish Steak Sofrito Spanish Steak Sofrito, is a simple but elegant dish that will impress your dinner guests and a nice change for the traditional holiday fare. It’s a sure winner for tailgating. One of our Face Book friends posted a picture of this when he went out to dinner. I had never seen this and I had to know more because it looked so…

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Smoked Sausage Stuffing

Smoked Sausage Stuffing Smoked Sausage Stuffing, it is recommended that you don’t stuff your turkey as Mom did when we were growing up. Because the stuffing does not get hot enough to kill any food-borne bacteria and slows down the cooking of the turkey. Plus, it’s harder to get out of the bird when you raid the refrigerator for leftovers. We did our stuffing in…

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