Tag Archives: smoker

We favor Kansas City Cowtown Bar-B-Q Sauce on our smoked meats

Our favorite variety of barbecue sauce is Kansas City Cowtown Bar-B-Q Sauce, which is manufactured locally. It won the 2001 American Royal Barbecue Contest. That means that other people who also know barbecue, like really know barbecue, deemed it to be as fantastic as we believe it to be.

Smoked Brisket Sous Vide: Wow wow wee waa!

Smoked brisket sous vide is splendid. Delicate. Fragrant. Juicy. Flavorful. It delivers everything that you could ask of a brisket.

Pork spare ribs are our favorite to smoke and to eat

Pork spare ribs are big and meaty with tons of fat and connective tissue that melts when cooked low and slow — a barbecuer’s barceque.

Smoke it, shred it and throw it on a bun

We live in Kansas City. As everyone knows, though a few people refuse to admit, the world’s best barbeque hails from our town. Sorry, Memphis. Sorry, North Carolina. Sorry, everywhere else. We have Arthur Bryant’s, which is the most historical, LC’s, which provides the best ambiance, and Joe’s Kansas City, which we humbly rank as […]

Butt what? That’s actually pork shoulder. Whatever you call it, smoke it.

The cut of pork shoulder is often called, “Boston butt” or “pork butt.” It may be the cut best suited for smoking. Here’s our recipe for Kansas City-style smoked pork shoulder.

We humbly share our Kansas City-style brisket recipe

Making a tender, succulent brisket takes practice and skill.  Do it right—oh man, that’s divine dining.