Every tailgate party needs a cooker full of smoked bratwursts. These are made even better with smoked beer-braised cabbage and onions.
Finally, a grilled chicken salad recipe that isn't boring. Crunchy greens with a pop of basil are topped with sweet barbecue chicken with gochujang honey dressing.
Many competitive barbecue teams use the tried-and-true 3-2-1 method when cooking St. Louis Style Ribs. This recipe and video will show you how easy it is.
You'll pop these jalapenos like candy, even if you're a spice weenie. Cowboy Candy is addictive sweet candied jalapenos that are great with cream cheese.
Smoked garlic is just as easy as making roasted garlic in the oven, but the hint of smoke improves your cream cheese dips and butter compounds.
Easy and cheesy -- this skillet brie dip with a touch of sweet maple, garlic and thyme can be cooked on a grill or in the oven.
Pork belly hot dogs combine the rich tenderness of pork belly with the crispy, smoked saltiness of bacon.
Prepare a full meal of drippingly juicy smoked pork chops with sweet potatoes in about an hour on a Barrel House Cooker.
You'll need some extra napkins for this juicy smoked jalapeno ranch chicken smothered in jalapeno ranch dressing.
Beef plate short ribs are the meatiest, beefiest ribs you can get. They're like brisket on a stick. The vinaigrette in this recipe is accented with the same rub used on the meat. Its pop of acid cuts through the fat, making every last bite unforgettable.
Before your next camping trip, make a batch (or two or three) of this homemade granola with dried blueberries, cherries and almonds. Warning: It's so good; it'll get gobbled up fast.