Pomegranate Molasses Barbecue Sauce

Pomegranate Molasses Barbecue Sauce

If you haven't noticed by now, the sauces that are shared here are based on a theme: sweet & heat.  This recipe is no different as it gives us a nice sweet with the pomegranate molasses to counter the cayenne pepper that is awaiting in the background....

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Georgia Peach Spare Ribs

Georgia Peach Spare Ribs

Georgia Peach Spare Ribs Spring is starting to come to the United States, and nothing says the season is here than grilling.  The cold of winter is finally letting its final grips and temperature stay in the 50 - 60's, and families start to venture out to the back...

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Rojo Grilled Pork Tenderloin

Rojo Grilled Pork Tenderloin

To get the best results out of your meat, you need to get a very deep penetration into the cell structure.  Traditionally, we have had two different methods to impart flavor to your protein.  Marinades and brines.  The challenge is, separately these techniques have...

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Root Beer Ribs

Root Beer Ribs

I am a Baby Back, St. Louis and Spare Rib junky! I am also a huge fan of Root Beer based products.  The taste of Root Beer goes to the days I used to sit down with my father and eat $0.25 Dee's Hamburgers during the summer, sitting on the front porch with nothing...

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Atlanta Beef Brisket

Atlanta Beef Brisket

It's confession time here in the Child Family house.  I love beef brisket!  You too? There is something about it that is so satisfying, and meaty - it is probably one of the best cuts off the cow.  I could eat brisket for every meal and not get tired of...

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Roast Adobo Pork Loin

Roast Adobo Pork Loin

You ever wonder how to get that deep rich flavor into your roasted proteins? We have talked about brining before - however, the 2nd layer of flavor is a spice rub. I have been fascinated by the latin american cuisine lately - and just can't get enough of it. I found...

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Bacon Explosion

Bacon Explosion

Bacon Explosion The Bacon explosion came to be in 2008 on a BBQ blog.  It quickly gained world wide notoriety receiving more than 500,000 hits and 16,000 links to the blog.  It is at its core Primal and at its grandest, a finely tuned carnivorous Masterpiece.  My...

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5 Dry Rub Recipes you cannot do without!

5 Dry Rub Recipes you cannot do without!

Traditionally home cooks under season their food for fear that they will ruin it.  Basic Seasoning go a long way.  I will post traditional and if possible a commercial version.  Going fresh is always the best way – HOWEVER, I am a realist here.  Sometimes we just have...

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