Smoking meat has become a beloved tradition for even amateur pit masters, but like every popular trend, there is always controversy. For smoked meat, that controversy is cancer. There are a number of studies that stand behind that some smoked and grilled meats have cancer-causing carcinogens, but is it true?
When most people think about using the backyard grill, they envision putting burgers, links, or chicken pieces on direct heat to cook them relatively quickly, turning once before taking the meat off and serving it. But meat, especially large cuts such as beef brisket, pork shoulder, or a leg of lamb, can be smoked on indirect heat. Smoking meat works … Read More