Pellet Grilled Bacon-Wrapped ShrimpAppetizers, Pork, Seafood
Bacon-Wrapped Shrimp is the perfect appetizer for your next meal. These bite size morsels can complement a variety of meals and are perfect for parties or gatherings.Grill it!
Steve’s Own Pellet Smoked Pulled PorkPork
This staple barbecue dish takes 10-15 hours to cook and another quarter-hour or so to pull the pork. It makes little sense to me to do a small amount of meat when you commit this much time. You have a choice of using a pork shoulder roast or a picnic roast. I prefer the shoulder roast, which for some odd reason butchers call a butt roast.Grill it!
Dynamite Baby Back RibsPork, Ribs
Our Dynamite Baby Back Ribs are the perfect choice for your next big event. A pellet grill keeps your ribs moist and your guests close!Grill it!
Iowa Pork ChopsPork
In Iowa, we take two things very seriously: eating and football. Go Hawkeyes!Grill it!
Pellet Grilled Pork TenderloinPork
Seldom can you cook something that tastes this great that has attendant health benefits. This cut of pork is lean and has a multitude of vitamins – B! (thiamin), B2 (riboflavin), B3 (niacin), and B6. It also contains an abundance of important minerals -phosphorous, magnesium, iron, and zinc.Grill it!
Fattie (Warning! Hazardous to your girth!)Breakfast, Pork
Okay, so health experts will throw shoes at you for eating this one. And I believe a regular diet of this will lead to undesirable results. I mean, this thing has more cholesterol than, well . . ., than cholesterol. That being said, this is a real once-per-decade treat which you will enjoy.Grill it!
Ham It Up! Pellet Smoked Picnic HamPork
Pellet-roasted ham tastes delicious. Remember, though, that what some sellers call a “picnic ham” does not qualify as ham at all: true ham comes from the hind leg of the pig, while a “picnic ham” comes from the front shoulder.Grill it!
Kicked-up Garlic Pellet Smoked Baby Back RibsPork, Ribs
These ribs are fall off of the bone delicious, and your guests will keep coming back for more!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!