Yankee Pot Roast

just in time for winter Warm hearty Yankee Style Pot Roast.

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Pittsburgh Style Steak

A few weeks ago I was at the beach with my parents and siblings for my father’s birthday. For his birthday dinner my dad wanted steaks on the grill, so I was asked to man the grill and prepare the steaks. Luckily the house we were renting had a nice kettle grill so I was…

Crockpot Sloppy Joes

As I said in my other Sloppy Joe post School Lunch Sloppy Joes I love Sloppy Joes and I also mentioned that in the area of Pennsylvania I live in we have people from North East PA that call this barbecue and also people from Western Maryland that call it Steamers. There are many online debates about…

Garlic Marinade Chuck Eye Roast

Don’t you wish you could eat Prime Rib more often? I sure do. Prime Rib can be really expensive depending on how many people you are feeding. A nice alternative is Chuck Eye. The chuck eye is a long, narrow group of muscles that runs along the center of the chuck, or shoulder section of the…

Three Meat Burgers with Root Beer Glaze

I have had a love affair with hamburgers since I was a little kid. I loved all hamburgers from grilled, broiled and especially fried. I liked the big thick burgers my dad would make on the grill, the pre-made patties mom would buy at the store and throw in the broiler,  but my favorite burger…

Bourbon Marinade Coffee Rubbed Smoked Flank Steak

The other day at the butcher I had picked up this beautiful Flank Steak and was going to do a nice London Broil, something we have not done for a while but then plans changed. I decided to give the steak a trip to my smoker. As you see in the title I went with…

Slow Smoked Prime Rib

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