Posts Tagged ‘How to Barbecue’

Delicious & Easy BBQ Beef Short Ribs Recipe

Posted on June 4th, 2012 by barbecueforlife

Beef Short Ribs can be so quick and easy to make on the barbecue when you do a little pre-cooking of them on the stove first.   We often buy a 1/4 of a cow of grass fed beef each spring so we usually have some short ribs that we need to cook up as well–and

Delicious Grilled Chicken Thighs with Barbecue Sauce

Posted on April 18th, 2012 by barbecueforlife

Barbecue chicken thighs are one of the easiest things to make flavorful on the barbecue without a lot of effort.  If you don’t pay attention to your grill though, you can very easily char the outside, dry the meat out by overcooking or even worse–both!  By following these simple instructions it is very easy to

Barbecue Tip of the Week: Foil Shield for Skewers

Posted on April 17th, 2012 by barbecueforlife

Do you like to barbecue with wooden or bamboo skewers?  We do!  When cooking for a large group it is the easiest way to cook without having to own a lot of extra metal skewers & keeps the clean up simple. Makes for a great appetizer hot off the grill without any additional prep as

How to Prep the Grill & the Importance of Prepping the Grill

Posted on March 29th, 2012 by barbecueforlife

There’s nothing worse than having your expensive steaks stick to the grill or your burgers fall apart because you can’t quite get that spatula to loosen them.  Whether you’re using a gas grill or a charcoal BBQ, there are a few basic steps to prepping your grill so you end up with a trouble-free and

How to Smoke Salt – the Easy Way

Posted on March 28th, 2012 by barbecueforlife

How to Smoke Salt—the easy way: So this is not a “fancy” recipe for smoking salt. But we personally don’t like to spend a ton of time on it and it saves a heck of a lot of money versus buying smoked salts. Just do this some night after you’ve  barbecued on your charcoal grill

Barbecue Dry Rub Recipe: The Basic “Mama Rub” Recipe

Posted on March 28th, 2012 by barbecueforlife

The “Mama Rub” is a barbecue dry rub recipe. Sounds like a funny name right?  But it ACTUALLY came from French cooking…Well it KIND OF came from French cooking—except they were not talking about barbecue rubs….and French cooking likely never would have nicknamed a rub “Mama”.   🙂 It came from French cooking in the sense