Easter…with a little smoke

by Kevin April 16, 2014
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Oh c’mon, you knew this was coming.  Why not take some pressure off your wife and mom, and do some of the Easter cooking on your grill?  Don’t worry, you can still do the traditional favorites…they’ll just have an outdoor twist. One of the most traditional Easter meals is of course ham.  My Glazed Smoked […]

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Pitmasters Radio – Ellbee’s Garlic Seasonings and Easter Recipes [Podcast]

by Kevin H. April 14, 2014
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On this episode of Pitmasters Radio We talk with Linda from Ellbee’s Garlic Seasonings. We give some ideas for your Easter meals Chipotle Bacon Deviled Eggs Glazed Ham with Honey Dijon Mustard Smoked Whole Chicken Scottish Eggs A few other great Ellbee’s Recipes Listen Here

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Grilled Steak Burrito

by Patti April 10, 2014
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Sometimes life is just about presentation-how things are introduced.  In all reality, this is leftover steak in a tortilla.  But we don’t call it that. We call it “Grilled Steak Burritos”. I’m a teacher by day.  I get to teach really fun and exciting things, but of course there are times when I must cover […]

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Pitmasters Radio Network – Area Competitions, Wild Smoke Restaurant and Spring Cleaning Tips[Podcast]

by Kevin H. April 7, 2014
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In this episode of Pitmasters Radio Talk with Kirk Southard about the Spit On The Water competition coming up in June Summary of all the competitions coming up this year in the St. Louis area Talked with Tony from Wild Smoke restaurant Went over some spring cleaning tips for your grill   LISTEN HERE

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Grilled Chicken Leg Quarters with Balsamic Bell Peppers

by Kevin H. April 3, 2014
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You know, every once in awhile some good old fashioned leg quarters.  I grew up on these suckers.  I think my dad must have grilled these once a week.  As you can see from other posts I’ve done, I’m a firm believer that whenever possible you should cook chicken with the bone.  It’s the surest […]

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