If you’re a fanatic for peppers, you likely want a great home-ground supply year-round. Starting your growing season in the winter by growing peppers indoors is a great way to jump-start your access to great ingredients!
The most wonderful smoked meat is meat that is flavorful, tender and juicy. While smoking meat, even at a low temperature (200-225 degrees) it is possible to overcook the meat. This can result in tough, dry and rubbery meat. My best suggestion is to prepare the meat correctly. Never smoke frozen meat. It is best to start with room temperature meat. It … Read More
Just like cooking meat, applying barbecue sauce on the grill is an art form. Too much and you lose the flavor of the meat, too little and you don’t even taste that great sauce. When it comes to grilling with barbecue sauce, not only do you need to get the portions right, but you need to know when to apply … Read More
If you’re a hot sauce lover, you probably have lots of different ways to use it in your everyday cooking, but how about cooking with hot sauce for the holidays? You might be surprised where hot sauce can appear with a little imagination! Make your own pepper sauce and then use it to glaze your turkey for a special treat; … Read More
With the holiday season fast approaching, you’re finding yourself in need of a wide range of dishes to take to all of the upcoming parties. Whether you’re preparing a dinner party with friends or trying to decide what to feed your family for a holiday dinner, there are plenty of great ways to incorporate barbecue sauce into your meals. Try … Read More
Chicken wing dip is the perfect appetizer for a football party, backyard picnic, or holiday meal. You can dip anything from tortilla chips to carrots into this scrumptious dip and munch away in enjoyment. This version of chicken wing dip made with Ralph’s Righteous Scorpion Sauce from Mild to Wild is creamy, flavorful, and packed with spice.
Most everyone who has grilled or smoked meat is familiar with the standard, regional barbecue sauces, from the tomato-based wet rub from Texas, to the mustard sauces used in South Carolina, to the whiskey-laced sauces favored in Tennessee. However, some more experimental grill masters are adding fruit to their wet rubs to give their meat a unique taste that hitherto … Read More
Our Habanero barbecue sauce not only packs up a good kick and great taste; it may also be good for you! Capsaicin is a natural property in Habanero peppers as well as in most hot peppers. It gives peppers their distinctive hot taste, but there is much more to it than meets the eye. Capsaicin may be one of the … Read More
Chipotle barbecue sauce is extremely easy to love. One drop gives you every taste under the sun, from sweet to savory and spicy, with just enough heat to feel adventurous to try it. The heat level in a typical chipotle sauce is quite low. It gives you a slight pinch in the tongue, but it will not burn your mouth … Read More