Celebrate the 4th of July in style with a delectable spread of smoked and grilled dishes that are sure to impress your guests. Serve these smoky delights alongside classic sides like baked beans and potato salad to create a 4th of July feast that will leave everyone wanting more.
When it comes to classic barbecue, it’s hard to beat tender juicy smoked pork butt. It melts from the bones and shreds into delicious bites after hours on low and slow on the grill. But, is making amazing shredded pork something only seasoned pitmasters can achieve? Anyone can master this simple recipe for the best pulled pork in their backyard!
This easy Smoked Chuck Roast recipe is the perfect alternative to a more expensive and complex beef brisket recipe! It’s ultra juicy, tender, and full of great flavor! Bonus, we’re smoking it on the Traeger to make it just about the easiest meal prep recipe you can make!
Smoked Corn on the Cob, elote-style, takes corn to a whole new level. Hot, smoky, creamy, salty, and spicy, this smoked corn recipe has it all going on! And it’s crazy easy – jazz up your cookout today with this show-stopping recipe!
Grilled tri-tip is one of those cuts that, when cooked well, is mouth-wateringly delicious. Perfect shaved thin for sandwiches, nachos, and of course, tacos. This grilled tri-tip is rubbed with a blend of umami and beer blends and then char-grilled to perfection. Excellent for the weekly meal prep and bold, beefy flavor.
With a rich, savory sauce jazzed up with pulled pork, bacon, and onion, Smoked Baked Beans are a grownup version of a pork and beans recipe. With tons of flavor, this easy recipe is a must-try whenever you’re feeding a crowd or need a tasty side!
Carolina barbecue is a battle of East versus West, with smoked pork on point. For this Carolina pulled pork, we smoke a pork shoulder and drench it in a tangy vinegar-based barbecue sauce for fantastic finger-licking barbecue.
When it comes to the perfect recipe for cookouts and barbecues, it’s hard to top good smoked chicken drumsticks! Can you get the perfect hint of smoke flavor and juicy dark meat without burning anything – yes, and the trick is putting your smoker to work.