Good BBQ Recipes...

Dear BBQ Friend:

If you are like me, you love good BBQ anywhere you can get it... at a good BBQ restaurant, at a friends house, at acompetition brisket relative's cookout, or at your own cookout. But really good BBQ recipes are hard to come by. Have you ever had a tough brisket? How about dry pulled pork? What about ribs that you had to gnaw on to get all the meat off? And I'm sure everyone has had some mediocre grilled chicken.

What if I told you that just by switching from "grilling" to "slow smoking" that your BBQ recipes would improve 100% overnight? You see, grilling is cooking fast directly over high heat. BBQing is cooking with low heat over a long period of time with indirect heat. The slow and low temperature also allows the collagen in the muscle fibers of your meat to break down over time to produce tenderness. This low and slow method of barbecuing lends itself nicely to tougher, cheaper cuts of meat like brisket, ribs, butts, and chicken. Steaks, of course, are best when grilled.

But slow smoking BBQ recipes are not easy to learn. There are literally millions of different ways to BBQ a brisket for instance. In Texas, they BBQ at a higher temperature around 350 deg F. In the South, we usually smoke a brisket around 220 deg F. This is just one variable with many different variations. Just think of all the spices that can go into a good rub... cayenne pepper, black pepper, jalapeno pepper, fennel, coriander, cinnamon, turmeric, sage, dill, rosemary, parsley, basil, oregano, cumin, celery salt, Mrs Dash, red pepper flakes, lemon pepper, allspice, cloves, star anise, thyme, dry mustard, ancho, nutmeg, cajun spice (file` (feelay) powder), etc. And then you got 100's of different BBQ sauces and sauce ingredients to choose from. And don't forget the other variables like smoke... are you going to use hickory, oak, mesquite, apple, etc?

As you can see, there are many, many different combinations that can go into your BBQ recipes. You can spend years and years and a lot of money perfecting the perfect brisket. Why not save yourself a lot of time and money and learn the slow smoking BBQ recipes of a professional competition BBQ team. At least you can use their BBQ recipes as a starting point and add your own personal touch. Get "Competition BBQ Secrets" today.


Bill Anderson