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Y’all know that finishing salt is everything! The sprinkle of a good Maldon or French Grey Sea Salt before taking a bite can take a great meal to extraordinary heights. Having a nice serving vessel for these prized salts is key. These DIY Oyster Shell Salt Cellars cost virtually nothing to make and will elevate […]Continue reading
Thanksgiving is almost here and I’m doing a giveaway of the new PitBarrel Junior to make your holiday extra special ($229 value!). The PitBarrel Junior is the slightly smaller, lighter and more nimble younger brother of the PitBarrel Cooker we know and love, that is great for tailgating and ultra portable for taking to your […]Continue reading
This recipe is by my contributing writer, Jon Solberg. He’s one of the most innovative grillers I’ve ever met. You can read all about him in his bio. I’ve been enjoying the pastime of live fire cooking for a long time. Something I haven’t done until now, but always wanted is the use of a […]Continue reading
In North Carolina bologna is called “Preacher’s Steak” and in Mississippi it is called “Mississippi Rib eye”. Most people don’t know that Bologna is actually a smoked sausage, and the name originates from Bologna, Italy where the American Bologna is the descendent of Italian Mortadella. Bologna is usually a mixture of pork and beef and salt […]Continue reading
Cassoulet is like the French’s version of Pork and Beans. It’s a rustic, peasant dish, that is pure comfort food. Cassoulet (named for the casserole dish it cooks in) is often made with meat (pork, mutton, duck…) and pork skins and white beans. I’ve adapted this classic French dish for the grill, using Smithfield Applewood […]Continue reading
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