Whenever I smoke a pork roast, I always make my own sauce to go with it. Around here we like a combination of sweet and spicy. This recipe is easy to make up while the roast is cooking. Continue reading “Sweet and Spicy BBQ Sauce”
The butt of the pig is also known as a shoulder roast. When I got my first electric smoker 7 years ago, Lily thought it was more fun to call it a butt – that’s five year old humor for ya! Continue reading “Pork Rub”
Summer is here! That means lots of BBQ’s and picnics where I come from. Cole Slaw makes a great side for any meal from the grill. When you use pre-cut slaw mix it is quick and easy to make.
When the weather outside is less than ideal for smoking your pork shoulder roast threw it into the slow-cooker for perfectly moist pulled pork.
I love spring. The weather is turning warmer and we can pull out the grill to cook. However, spring is also full of surprises and crazy weather patterns. While nothing beats the taste of BBQ ribs from the grill. One has to be prepared to cook them inside when mother nature does not cooperate.
Pork country-style ribs can be cooked in the slow cooker with great results. While this is not one of those recipes where you throw everything in the pot and let it go, the extra steps give you a better rib. They are full of flavor and with a perfect texture, tender with a little bit of crispness on the outside.