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Smoked turkey legs

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Amusement parks and fairs have given smoked turkey legs a cult-like following, with some people offering money online for a recipe that mimics the legs sold at Disneyland. The secret is to soak the legs in brine for 24 hours, then smoke them low and slow. The flavor is ham-like, and very addictive. Ingredients 1-1/2 […]

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Anytime Pork Roast

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This Sunday, let the BBQ do all of the work … Ingredients 1 Pork Roast Traeger Pork and Poultry Shake 4 tbsp. Apple Juice Directions Sprinkle roast with Traeger Pork and Poultry shake. Start your Traeger on smoke with lid open for 5 minutes to get started. Place Pork Roast on grill at 10:00 a.m. […]

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Traeger Brined Brisket

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For National Brisket Day, (I know, we’ve never heard of it either but … whatever)we’re tackling the beast of BBQ, the huge hunk o’ cow, the meaty marvel that is BRISKET. We’ve taken a gentle step from the traditional by giving it a quick brine, but don’t be alarmed, we’re not making corned beef here. […]

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Smoked Salmon

Smoked salmon is often very costly due to the traditional time and labor intensive process of preparing it. Now you can have delicious smoked salmon at home on your Traeger, and your guests will never believe you prepared it! Ingredients 1 Cup Brown Sugar 1 TBSP Black Pepper 1/2 Cup Coarse Salt 1 Cup Vodka […]

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Black Pepper Bacon Pork Burger with Apple Slaw

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You won’t want to go back to your regular cheeseburger after this black pepper bacon burger with apple slaw recipe. One bite and you’ll be sold. Ingredients 2 red apples (i.e., Braeburn, Gala, Fuji, etc.) 4 green onions, sliced thinly 3 Tablespoons white wine vinegar 4 teaspoons sugar 1 pound ground beef, very cold 1/4 […]

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All purpose BBQ seasoning

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This is for those of you who need or want a great basic all-around barbeque seasoning (or “rub”). This is also a great base recipe for creating your own signature seasoning.This recipe is very close to what I use in competition cooking. I’ve left out a few (very few) “secret ingredients” so that I can […]

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