Pulled pork is a summer BBQ staple. It’s easy, and can be made from an inexpensive cut of meat: pork butt. And while this smoked pulled pork recipe takes some time, it’s super easy.
Why not try something a little different this year for Thanksgiving? Our smoked turkey recipe starts out with a super simple dry brining process using Caboose Kansas City Southern Rib Rub. We use our Traeger grill to smoke and roast our turkey, but you can follow the same process with a simple smoker box on your…
An easy weeknight dish, these chicken thighs are first soaked in a homemade marinade that features our Three Kings Sweet+Spicy+Smoky Rub and then grilled over indirect heat on our natural cedar planks, resulting in a smoky, sweet tangy flavor reminiscent of Hawaiian BBQ. Delicious served over sticky rice.
One of our favorite desserts here at Caboose is grilled pineapple with Three Kings Smoky+Spicy+Sweet Rub. The habanero and maple sugar add a delicious kick to the juicy sweetness of the pineapple, which is served warm over vanilla ice cream. It’s super easy!
Did you know you can use Old No. 1 Universal BBQ Rub to make a quick & delicious homemade BBQ sauce? Its tangy flavor is great on pork and chicken. We served this sauce on our smoked pulled pork at our July Williams-Sonoma Artisan’s Market appearance.
This baby back ribs recipe is as easy as 3-2-1: 3 hours on smoke, 2 hours in foil, one hour finished with BBQ sauce. The 3-2-1 cooking method is a tried-and-true technique used by competition BBQ teams around the country, and these smoked baby back ribs are a real crowd pleaser! Features our Kansas City Southern…
Who says carrots have to be eaten raw? Our grilled carrots recipe combines heat, oils, carrots and a touch of our Abilene Depot seasoning for Paleo side dish perfection.
Looking for a quick weeknight meal? Look no further! This beef shish kabob recipe can be made with virtually any kind of steak or beef and can be put together in 30 minutes or less.
Did you know you can create competition-worthy BBQ ribs in the oven? The result: mouthwatering and tender spare ribs with a caramelized crust. What’re you waiting for? Video recipe and printable recipe after the jump!
The temps are soaring here in Southwestern Idaho, and ’tis the season to enjoy light, delicious food cooked outside on the grill. Last night, I was looking for something new and different to try besides a boring old hamburger. How about pork burgers?