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OK so your family is craving some Italian food this weekend but you want to fire up the smoker. How could they possible be tired of ribs, pork, chicken and steak? Not me – ever! So your dad says “how about spaghetti and meat balls??”.  Your mind starts to race – I can do that! The pasta is easy – boil some water and toss it in.  But the sauce and meatballs?? Everyone knows sauce (aka gravy) needs to simmer for at least 4 hours or until the entire house...

My go to Beef or Pork Jerky recipe these days is a variation of the ever so popular Dr. Pepper Jalapeno mix that so many people enjoy. In multiple blind taste tests though, my Root Beer Harissa mix has scored victory after victory! I’ve even tried a few commercial jerky rubs in those taste and we’ve eeked it out every time!  NOTE: As with most of our recipes, we try very hard to make all our dishes diabetic, Paleo and Keto friendly. Feel free to substitute other meat cuts as...

Well you just spent 12 hours smoking that awesome beef brisket. Now what to do with the left overs? (What? You had leftovers??). Well you should have invited more friends and family members over but that's water under the bridge now. So - you can freeze those tender chunks of smokey goodness AND/OR make this hearty, wonderful chili!  Chili is perfect for these "chilly" days!  Our modified "Chill Chili" recipe is sure to please.NOTE:  We will post our Smoke Beef Brisket recipe separately for those interested! You can adjust the...

One of our family traditions modified for baking on the Traeger Pellet grill. These are some of the most moist, tender chicken thighs ever. Grandma used thighs as they were usually the least expensive part of the chicken you could buy.  We manage to get bone-in thighs in family packs for $0.99/lb and boneless, skinless for $1.99/lb.  This could end up being a weekly favorite for you as well. This meal is super easy and takes less than 2 hours start to finish. You can prepare the chicken earlier in...

Football season is upon us!  Baseball is winding down towards playoffs. Time for that perfect game day appetizer! Of course you can run to your local wing joint and grab a few dozen or pull out that trusty (almost never used) fryer and give it a go... OR try this fairly simple recipe on your smoker and Impress Your Friends and Family! This Low and Slow Chicken Wing recipe is super simple to pull off. Just a little bit of planning ahead time, but other than that it's pretty straight forward. Instead...

Ok you are looking for something different to serve to your guests.  But you don’t have a lot of time and don’t want to spend a bunch of money.  How about this simple but incredible Teriyaki Pork Tenderloin! Always a family favorite any day of the week.  For best results marinade the pork the night before. Minimum 3-4 hours is highly recommended. Pre-make then freeze for a future dinner! ********************************************************************************************************** INGREDIENTS  ********************************************************************************************************** Whole pork tenderloin – small (1 lb) – large (6 lbs) Large bottle Yoshida’s Teriyaki Glaze Large zip-lock...

This quick and easy salmon is our weekly go to meal! It takes just a few minutes to prepare then quick on the smoker. Your friends and family will love this one!  Add some of your favorite veggys for a complete meal! **********************************************************************************************************INGREDIENTS **********************************************************************************************************1 whole Salmon filet (skin on or skin off)Extra virgin organic olive oilSpice Cave "Sea" Spice **********************************************************************************************************PREPARATION********************************************************************************************************** Rinse the fish with cool water. Pat dry with some paper towels. Lay a PhatMat Grill Mat onto a half sheet baking sheet. Use 2 PhatMats if your salmon is too...