www.SmokingPit.com – Beef rips rubbed down withmastard, Myron Mixon’s Jack’s Old South hickory dry rub and brown sugar. Smoked low and slow on a Traeger Texas smoker. Misted with apple juice, cinnamon and brown sugar liquid. Sweet & Tangy and tender!
www.SmokingPit.com – This is one of my favorit recipes. This videos demonstrates seasoning 4 ork shoulders ( boston Butt’s ) with mustard, Jack’s Old South Hickory rub, garlic powder and brown sugar. THe pork is then injected with Cherry Dr. Pepper and slow smoked on a Yoder YS640 wood fired pellet smoker for 14 hours @ 225 degrees for the most tender and tasty BBQ pulled pork. The way it should be!
www.SmokingPit.com – This is said to be similar to the Johnny trigg of Pitmasters pork spare rib method. A rub is put on then margerine, brown sugar, Tiger Sauce and honey is added during the foilling process. This smoke was done on a Yoder YS640. Great BBQ ribs!
http:/www.SmokingPit.com – Wings with great flavor and a kick to boot. Seasoned with garlic, cayenne pepper and Mad Hunky Hot Whang chicken rub. Cooked using 50/50 hickory & cherry. Shot with a Canon XA10.
This is a stove I made to efficiently cook with biomass. The basket insert shown is for wood pellets but it can use other combustibles such as wood chips, sticks, charcoal and biomass briquettes etc. Several different burn baskets inserts are in the works including the other one shown that will have a bellows hook up in a future video and perhaps an alcohol insert too. I find wood pellets to be a great advantage because they burn hot and steady for at least 30 minutes with one charge. Fresh pellets can be loaded in the coal catch pot which preheat, begin to burn and can then be used to “top up” giving you continuous cooking. A thin high carbon wok is very efficient by itself but watch through to the end of the video you can use pots, pans, Dutch ovens etc. Anyway, let me know what you think and I would appreciate it if you take a moment to visit my channel, rate and subscribe. Figured I would show the backyard homemade wind turbine too since it was making so much noise on this windy day. Thanks for watching!