Secrets for the Perfect Smoked Boston Butt

I am trying to up my ante and impress my family with my BBQ prowess, so for this year, I decided to begin the BBQ season by smoking a Boston Butt and making pulled pork sandwiches. The day finally came where it was warm enough to break out the Charcoal grill and so I announced […]

How to Roast a Whole Pig

A hog roast is the perfect BBQ meal for a large family get together, if you don’t want too much work to do and you want to make sure there is more than enough food to go around then give it some serious consideration.  It may sound like a lot of work but it is […]

Asian Inspired Pork and Pineapple Ka Bobs

We love Asian inspired ingredients and also spicier food, you can use more Thai chili sauce and siracha if you prefer more heat. I have also found that grilled fruit when it carmelizes increases the sugar factor, pineapple and peaches are fab with bar b qued meat. This recipe evolved over many years of trying […]

Grilled Pork Tenderloin with Greek Aioli

I love Greek/Mediterranean flavors and I just knew that the flavors of the aioli would compliment the marinated pork tenderloin perfectly!

Grilled Chinese Pork Back Ribs

I wanted to come up with a little twist on the standard barbecue ribs.

Mini Feast

Submitted By: Kelly (Kay) Roberts Location: San Marcos, CA Submitter Background: I’m a middle-aged widow with two grown daughters and I’m a full time student working on my masters degree. I learned to grill from my father when I was a teenager and have built my own fire pits for the last fifteen years. I […]

Indoor Barbecue Ribs

Spring is here.  It’s time to open the windows, shake out the rugs, and—best of all—fire up the grill.  But what to do when April showers yield March winds rather than May flowers?  Not to worry!  It’s still possible to attain the flame-licked flavor, even if the beloved Weber has to remain under its cover […]

Spicy Grilled Pork Chops with Mango Pineapple Salsa

This is a simple dish with all sorts of summer feel to it.  The pineapple and mango not only compliment the pork with the flavor, but it’s also brings a slight coolness to the spicy chop.

Asian Inspired Pork Chops

Submitted as part of the Women of the Grill Recipe Contest Asian Inspired Pork Chops Submitted By: Jenn Schaub Location: Chandler, AZ Background: I’m definitely not a chef. I love to cook and I love to eat…that’s enough for me. Even though I grew up watching my grandma and mom cook, I did not find […]

Mini Quiche

Submitted as part of the Women of the Grill Recipe Contest Perfect Grilled Steak Submitted By: Karen Dove Location: Decatur, GA Background: Videographer and photographer for competition BBQ events. Recipe Name: Mini Quiche Background and Description: I saw this at an Eggtoberfest a couple of years ago. It really amazed me how easy and fancy […]

Whole Hog Wild and Weber Fire Cubes

GrateTV Hosts Jack Waiboer and Bill West will have you going whole hog wild as we go “on location” at Point Hope United Methodist Church for a “pig pickin BBQ”. Plus this weeks gadget from Weber will have you cooking in no time. GrateTV is a BBQ and grilling show for both the backyard cook […]

Woking and Rollin Perfect Butts

Bill and Jack checkin out what makes a perfect butt and they will have you woking and rolling with the gadget of the week. This weeks website of the week has a little trick up its sleeve. GrateTV is a BBQ and grilling show for both the backyard cook and competition cooker taped in Mount […]

Pork: Shoulder To Butt and Bacon Unwrapped

Pork: Shoulder To Butt, Bacon Unwrapped And An Ancient Chinese Secret Jack answers a viewer email about everything from pork shoulder to pork butt. Bill provides you with the website of the week that will teach you how to unwrap your bacon and the secret ingredient of the week is kinda an ancient Chinese secret. […]

BBQ Rib Membrane – To Peel or Not To Peel

Rib Membrane – To Peel or Not To Peel. GrateTV episode with Jack Waiboer and Bill West. GrateTV is a BBQ and grilling show for both the backyard cook and competition cooker taped in Mount Pleasant, SC

Bear Paws, Garlic, and how to Freeze Pork

In this episode, Jack and Bill talk about how to properly freeze and store pork. They also teach you how to keep your hands clean when pulling pork. Jack gives tips on how to use garlic in your BBQ and also gives you his website of the week Hawgeyesbbq. Another GrateTV episode with Jack Waiboer […]

Chopped Or Pulled Pork, Chipotle Power and Rack Your Ribs

Jack and Bill answer viewers question about the benefits of chopped vs.pulled pork. Plus Rib Racks and Chipotles. Another GrateTV episode with Jack Waiboer and Bill West. GrateTV is a BBQ and grilling show for both the backyard cook and competition cooker taped in Mount Pleasant, SC

You Just Think You’ve Had “Good” Pork Loin

Submitted as part of the Women of the Grill Recipe Contest You just think you’ve had “Good” Pork Loin Submitted By: Crystal Yarbrough Location: Tuscaloosa, AL Background: Hey there! I was born and raised in a tiny town called Hokes Bluff, Alabama (yeah, it sounds like Hoax and Bluff is another word for lyin’, but […]

Citrus Glazed Tenderloin

Submitted as part of the Women of the Grill Recipe Contest Citrus Glazed Tenderloin Submitted By: Nadine Zborowski Location: Dearborn, Mi Background: My background is working for the DOD for a bit. I am wife to a former Marine, mother to 4 (3 kids are Marines and 1 is Army) I am daughter to a […]

Classic BBQ Baby Back Ribs

A recipe for classic BBQ Baby Back Ribs.  The kind of ribs that are “melt off the bone tender”, provide the kid in you an excuse to suck your thumb (and fingers) to get off the last hint of BBQ sauce, and encourage you to emit sighs of deep satisfaction as you devour the entire […]

BBQ Rub Recipe for Memphis Style Ribs

In a previous post, we provided a recipe for BBQ Ribs – Memphis style.  Here is an awesome rub to complement that recipe for Memphis style ribs… Ingredients: 6 tablespoons packed light brown sugar 2 tablespoons chili powder 1 tablespoon paprika 1 tablespoon garlic powder 2 teaspoons onion powder 2 teaspoons coarse salt, such as […]