The WSM is more versatile than many people think and is quite capable of slow cooking as well as high heat cooks. The set up for high heat cooking is quite different to that of low and slow and requires a little more mucking around, however the results are worth it when you can cook a brisket […]
A rack of lamb has to be one of the quickest and easiest midweek barbecue meals. Most racks will come from butcher already Frenched, but depending on how good the butcher is will depend on how much extra work you have to do. I prefer to remove all of the fat cap because the fat is […]
Why we love the Smokey Mountain
Whenever we go to comps, people always ask why we use the particular smokers that we do. As all of us love our BBQ and are family men, many of the features that we desired in our competition cookers are the same as what we need for home use. For this reason, we choose to use Weber Smokey Mountains […]
Think BBQ and most people immediately think of Pork ribs. When they’re cooked right, they have got to be one of the greatest BBQ foods ever! For those starting out, the following recipe ought to have you impressing your mates in no time. The Cooker Start out by preparing your cooker, prior to attending to your ribs. […]
What do you mean BBQ?
If you’re a child of the 1960s 70s or 80s, you probably grew up watching your father or mother proudly cooking on a home made barbecue. A steel plate wedged between a series of bricks and Besser blocks was all that was needed, along with a fire of nuclear proportions, so hot that the hairs […]
How long can a WSM Go?
How long can you cook on a WSM for without refuelling? Longer than I thought! In among all the competition at CraftedLive Orange, we ended up collecting some interesting info on this. Our primary fuel was Heat Beads Lump Charcoal but we ran one WSM on Heat Beads Original. While the lump gives the best […]