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Spicy Smoked Chicken Thighs

By BBQ Bob

Everyone deserves Sexy Thighs! Don’t you love it when grilling/smoking season is finally here? It’s a beautiful day outside – a great day to prepare a smokin’ hot chicken dish. These chicken thighs are smoked from 200 to 250 degrees for approximately 4 hours. Always cook to temperature, not time – so you’re looking for […]

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Fantastic Beer Can Chicken

By BBQ Bob

Get your can over here… If you haven’t had beer can chicken before, well, where have you been?  No worries, we’ve got you covered! First, you’ll need a whole chicken.  Anywhere from a five to seven pound bird will do – even smaller if you have a just a couple of folks to feed.  Now, […]

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The Best Smoked Turkey & Pork Roast

By BBQ Bob

Smoked BACON Turkey & Pork! Turkey is not just for Thanksgiving anymore, my friend.  And Pork Roast is for all occasions.  Let’s see how our friends use both meats for smoking using a grill for offset heat/smoke.  This is a recipe that has a very easy measuring method for the injection brine as well as […]

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Smoked Roasted Chicken done right!

By BBQ Bob

Roast Chicken at Home! Chicken is finally getting top billing as a great Smoked BBQ dish.  Our smoking friends, the BBQ Pit Boys, show us how it’s done.  They make smoking on even the most primitive equipment seem like a ‘no brainer’. What you are about to see will change your Barbequeing forever.  Chicken is […]

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Killer Bacon, Ham, and Cheese Chicken Recipe

By BBQ Bob

Massive Bacon, Ham & Cheese Treat! You are in for a treat – this is the most delicious smoked Bacon, Ham, and Chicken recipe you will ever find.  Simply put, bacon is everyone’s best friend.  Let’s face it, it adds great flavor to anything it’s put on. Here is a super easy recipe using bacon, […]

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Hickory Smoked Barbecue Chicken

By BBQ Bob

Chicken that melts in your mouth… There is nothing quite like smoked chicken with a nice Barbecue sauce.  This smoking method uses a grill, so you can easily see how using your charcoal grill to smoke food is effective and inexpensive.  Using standard charcoal, and store bought wood chips – both items found in most […]

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