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.
I am so excited to bring you Week 3 of the 2015 Foodie Challenge: Learn a New Cooking Technique. For this challenge, I’ve decided to try a technique I’ve been eyeing for quite some time: Sous Vide.
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…
Learn how to truss a turkey or chicken in 5 easy steps to ensure a juicy, evenly-cooked bird. Our method uses only kitchen twine — no need for trussing needles. We’re demonstrating on a 3 lb chicken; however, the steps for a turkey are identical — just on a larger scale.
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.
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…
BBQ pulled pork nachos are so delicious. They’re great for an impromptu get together, game day, or a casual meal with the family. The secret is our oh-so-delicious smoked pulled pork.
This creamy butternut squash soup with bacon uses our Three Kings Smoky Spicy Sweet Dry Rub to give it a balance of smoky sweetness with a little heat. Perfect for a chilly fall day!
Looking for a meal that’s easy and gets you out of a rut? This 3-ingredient curry chicken recipe will be ready in 35 minutes. Your family will love it!
Who would have thought to use our Kansas City Southern Rib Rub to season chili? Laurie, a member of the Tasting Crew, that’s who! We had to try some for ourselves… and it’s delicious! In fact, I’m eating it as I write this post. 🙂