Many people in the BBQ world, especially so-called "pit masters," tend to overcomplicate things. I'm not a fan... why make BBQ cooking more complex than it needs to be? This website is my attempt at simplifying the process of making great-tasting pork. I hope you find this website helpful!
Here are my basic, but tasty, recipes for smoking pork:
My tried and true smoked pulled pork recipe features an NC style rub, smoked with hickory wood chips for 4 hours, followed by 8 hours in the oven. This is my "go to" for family gatherings and parties.
My Smoked pork ribs recipe features an NC style rub, smoked with pecan wood chips for 1 hour and 45 minutes, finished in the oven for 1.5-2 hours.
Smoked hot dogs can add a delicious and unique flavor to your BBQ menu. Wrap with bacon for the win!
My wife Denise's easy mac and cheese recipe features smoky Velveeta cheese with pulled pork toppings.
Friends and family ask me a lot of questions about how I do my cooking. So I put together a few resources to help folks learn the basics of bbq.
Learn to BBQ
with Simple Smoked Pork Recipes:
My easy to prepare recipes will help you cook pork with a perfect smoky wood flavor. Over the years, I have smoked pork hundreds of times and made many mistakes along the way. Through trial and error, I have perfected a few simple smoked pork recipes and shared them with friends and family. I am sharing my recipes on this website so that anyone who wants to can make great tasting pork the easy way.
Here are some regional styles of pork barbecue, including Carolina, Kansas City, Memphis, and Texas BBQ.