Pellet Smoked Tri TipBeef
This is a lean delicious cut of beef that is most commonly found on the west coast, but any experienced butcher should be able to point you in the right direction.Grill it!
Bacon Ring BurgerBeef
The mouth watering Bacon Ring Burger, The true Bacon lovers burger.Grill it!
Black Pepper Smoked JerkyBeef
Jerky developed in several cultures before refrigeration, as a way to store food for longer periods of time. It remains a tasty and nutritious snack.Grill it!
Pellet Dogs in a Blanket (Le Chien-chaud du Pelléts en Croûte)Beef, Bread, Pork
You laugh, but kids love these, and so do a lot of adults. I grew up on these! Heck, a world-famous restaurant in New York City – the Hideaway – has pigs in a blanket on the menu for eight bucks, and it can’t be a lot of them if french fries cost $7! Here, for eight bucks you can have a couple of dozen!Grill it!
Steaks How You Like ‘EmBeef
Cuts: Rib Eye, T-Bone, New York Strip, Top Sirloin, Porterhouse, Filet Mignon, Flat IronGrill it!
Pellet-Braised Pot RoastBeef
Bar none, this is my favorite winter meal. So if you invite me to supper, make this and I will be one happy Mountain Man (Green Mountain, that is).Grill it!
Kansas-Style Beef BrisketBeef
The brisket embodies the essence of BBQ. If you can prepare a brisket that tastes great, has a good, clean smoke ring, and cuts with a plastic fork, you’ve stepped outside the envelope of casual grilling and into the realm of serious barbecue.Grill it!
Holiday Prime RibBeef
Actually, prime rib is a bit of a misnomer, as less than 2% of all American beef is graded prime. Most of that grade goes to expensive restaurants, although some specialty butcher shops carry it as well.Grill it!
Burgers – Elementary to ExtravagantBeef
Let’s face it – the hamburger still reigns supreme as the “All-American” food. While deep-fried chicken livers might run a close second in polite company, most of us prefer a burger.Grill it!
Barbecued Beef Tri-Tip Roast (a personal favorite)Beef
This relatively inexpensive cut of meat has a great flavor and very little fat. Cut from the bottom sirloin, this roast normally got ground into hamburger.Grill it!