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How Long to Smoke Boston Butt at 275 Degrees?

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One of the most satisfactory ways to cook Boston butt is to smoke it. In fact, smoking is one of the best ways to cook any piece of meat period. Not only are you more likely to get tender, juicy, and “fall off the bone” ready meat when it’s done, but it also teaches your […]

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5 Tips to Get Wood for Your Smoker

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Whether you smoke once a month, once a week, or every day you will need wood for your smoker. There are many ways to acquire your smoker wood. How often you use your smoker might make a difference in how you source your wood. Other factors could be your location and the type of wood […]

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How Long to Smoke Pork Shoulder at 275 Degrees

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When it comes to smoking pork shoulder, the idea is NOT to rush the process. This particular cut needs slow and steady cooking so that the fat and connective tissues within can be broken down. So, how long does it take to smoke pork shoulder, and what’s the best temperature at which you should cook […]

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How to Smoke a Ribeye Roast Properly

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Learning how to smoke a ribeye roast properly is not only an enjoyable exercise but also a skill that will earn your massive points at the next family cookout. In fact, once you learn how to do it well, you’ll find that you don’t have to wait for special occasions to enjoy a properly smoked […]

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How Long to Smoke Salmon at 250 Degrees

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While the jury might still be out on whether salmon makes for the most delicious fish to ever swim the seas, the fact remains that it’s a popular choice for millions of people around the world. Not only is it absolutely delectable, but it’s also meaty and easy to cook. Whether you want to eat […]

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How Hot Can a Smoker Get?

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A typical smoker can run from 165 to 400 degrees Fahrenheit. However, some smoker/grill combinations can reach temperatures as high as 700 degrees for searing. Electric smokers normally run on lower temperatures ranging from 165 to 270 degrees, while charcoal or wood smokers tend to go from 225 to 400 degrees to work efficiently. Propane […]

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Pellet Smoker Vent Open or Closed: Which Is Better?

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Nothing is better than cooking over an open flame. The aroma of charred meats and the tenderness of smoked roasts that fall apart with the touch of a fork – it’s no wonder that grills have become a staple in the American culinary scene. Pellet smokers are the newest gadget, but you may be wondering […]

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How to use a Masterbuilt Propane Smoker: A Beginners Guide

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Each type of smoker has its unique characteristics. Masterbuilt Propane Smokers are not free from unique traits. Some of these traits can be on the downside, but most can be beneficial. Knowing ahead of time can save you a learning curve and prevent trial and error on expensive food. In this article, we will lay […]

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Tips for Clean Smoke in Your Offset Smoker

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When you’re trying to get your meat perfect to impress your friends and family, are you having an issue getting clean smoke in your offset smoker? We have our top tips for you to get cleaner smoke in your offset smoker. First, only use dry seasoned wood. Second, good airflow is key to a clean […]

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Can You Grill on a Traeger Without Smoke?

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When it comes to outdoor cooking, there’s nothing that beats that delicious taste of grilled foods with a perfect char. Traeger pellet grills are known for their versatility, but not everything is tasty with a super smoky flavor. With that in mind, you may be wondering if you can grill on your Traeger without smoke. […]

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