Get Cooking'!

tips and tricks
  • Wash your meat under cold water to wash away contaminants. Don't worry - no shrinkage here.

  • Always coat your meat first with a high smoke oil - the oil acts as a glue for the seasoning.

  • Add honey to retain moisture and create a caramelized crunch.

  • Don't go light with rubs and seasoning. If you want to be different, bring the flavor!

  • After applying rub/seasoning, you may cook immediately or wait to allow the food to soak in flavor.

  • BBQ sauce can be a nice compliment, but add sauce during or after cooking.