Gordmans in Wichita, KS

Gordmans in Wichita, KS

Does it smoke? Learn about the different types of woods you can use to turn your gas grill into a smoker.

Smoke Woods for Grilling

Does it smoke? Learn about the different types of woods you can use to turn your gas grill into a smoker.

Perfect Barbecue Brisket Every Time.

A Step-by-Step Guide to the Best Smoked Brisket

Marinated flank steak is grilled to perfection for the best Authentic Carne Asada. This tender, grilled meat is full of authentic Mexican flavor. I’ve lived in Southern California for a good 1/3 of my life. Being so close to Mexico you get spoiled with a lot of really great Baja Mexican style food. We’ve been...

Authentic Carne Asada

Marinated flank steak is grilled to perfection for the best Authentic Carne Asada. This tender, grilled meat is full of authentic Mexican flavor. I’ve lived in Southern California for a good 1/3 of my life. Being so close to Mexico you get spoiled with a lot of really great Baja Mexican style food. We’ve been...

Low Country Shrimp Boil from NoblePig.com

Low Country Shrimp Boil

Up in Smoke: All About Smoke Woods for Grilling #FWx

Up in Smoke: All About Smoke Woods for Grilling

Smokey Barbecue Ribs ~ Smokey, Tender Ribs Loaded in a Homemade Barbecue Sauce!

Smokey Barbecue Ribs

Smokey Barbecue Ribs ~ Smokey, Tender Ribs Loaded in a Homemade Barbecue Sauce!

Smoked Chicken Wings 2 pounds of chicken wings 1½ tbsp of garlic powder 1½ tbsp oregano 2 tsp thyme 1 tbsp basil 1 tsp ground black pepper 2 tsp salt Mix the spices together in a bowl. Toss the wings in the spice mixture until evenly coated. Smoke the wings, using wood of choice, in a smoker set for 250F for 2½ hours. To crisp up the skin of the wings, place the wings on a hot grill for a few minutes per side or use a Char Broil

Smoked Chicken Wings 2 pounds of chicken wings 1½ tbsp of garlic powder 1½ tbsp oregano 2 tsp thyme 1 tbsp basil 1 tsp ground black pepper 2 tsp salt Mix the spices together in a bowl. Toss the wings in the spice mixture until evenly coated. Smoke the wings, using wood of choice, in a smoker set for 250F for 2½ hours. To crisp up the skin of the wings, place the wings on a hot grill for a few minutes per side or use a Char Broil

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