Posts Tagged ‘pork’

Shawn’s Ginger Roasted Pork Loin

Pork Loin Ingredients 1 bottle Sauza Tequila Sunrise Marinade (available at the world’s best barbecue stores) Fresh grated ginger or ginger from a squeeze tube to taste 5lbs pork loin roast      Assemble your ingredients.    Mix marinade and ginger in marinating container sized to be a close fit to the size of the…
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Jojo’s BBQ

Jody had an old RV and a dream. Now Jody is the kingpin (“queenpin”?) of a thriving barbecue enterprise on wheels that churns out some tasty, lip-smackin’ barbecued food. “Jojo’s” barbecue is parked in our Calgary North parking lot on a regular basis (see her website for schedule) and, at times, the lineup snakes down…
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Barbecue Roasted Texas Jalapeno Poppers

A few years ago a good friend of mine had an embarrassing accident involving jalapeno peppers. My friend (who shall remain nameless but, if you saw him walking down the street and shouted “Hey Tom”, he would likely turn his head and look at you), was cutting up some jalapenos for dinner. It was summer;…
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Undisputed King of all Barbecue Roasts Recipe

Check out this humbly titled recipe from Alberta Pork on your rotisserie.  For more terrific recipes see www.albertapork.ca/recipes. Yield: Serves 12 Cooking Time: 2 – 2 1/4 hrs Preparation Time: 12 min Ingredients 12 rib Pork loin rib half, crown roast, about 6 lb/3kg Glaze 2 cups (500 mL) pineapple jam 1/3 cup (75 mL)…
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Vietnames Grilled Pork Recipe

Most of us are used to this pork being chopped into bite sized pieces and served over rice noodles as part of the delicious ‘bun’ served in Vietnamese restaurants. For the purposes of this exercise we decided to serve larger pieces over rice – that way we get to eat more pork.So, I asked our…
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Turducken Recipe

And now for something completely different: It’s time to put the “O!” into protein:  the Turducken. A combination of a turkey, duck and chicken as the name suggests.  And, just in case you didn’t get enough meat, sometimes bacon or sausage is also included. Basically it is a de-boned turkey stuffed with a de-boned chicken…
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Spice-Rubbed Ribs with Tomato-Tequila Sauce Rub

How about heating things up starting from the inside? Fire up the grill and try these sexy and spicy ribs! Ingredients 2 racks baby back ribs, 1-1/2 to 2 pounds each Rub 2 teaspoons light brown sugar 2 teaspoons kosher salt 2 teaspoons pure chile powder 2 teaspoons paprika 2 teaspoons dried oregano Sauce 1…
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Ground Pork Kebab Recipe

Ok, before we get to this month’s real recipe, here’s a few rules about cooking over (or in) an open firepit: 1.  Pick your spots – there’s always a hot area and a cool area; act accordingly. You don’t want your sensitive trout fillets over the blast furnace portion of your fire. 2.  Tools good…
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FAQ: Memphis in May?

Question: Dear Dr. M, What is this ‘Memphis in May’ competition I keep hearing about? Signed, Qwee Hurious   Answer: Dear Qwee, Memphis in May is a thirty year old, municipal, cultural festival put on by the city of Memphis. Since 1978 a large component of the festival has been a barbecue cooking competition. It…
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Memphis Ribs Recipe

If we could just get off-a that beat little girl Maybe we could find the groove At least we can get a decent meal Down at the Rendezvous ~ Memphis in the Meantime, John Hiatt This recipe is patterned after the rib-recipe at the world-famous Rendezvous restaurant in Memphis, Tennessee. If you’re anywhere near Memphis,…
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Gotta Have Rib Rack

Lot’s of great barbecued food gets eaten in Memphis. However, the calling card of this barbecue city is the pork rib. Ribs are tasty. Ribs are good. And that’s why some genius invented ‘the rib rack’. This handy wire gizmo allows you to – get this: cook more ribs with the same space. Basically turning…
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Tipster: Resting Meat

Don’t forget that, when grilling or roasting meat on your barbecue, you need to take it off of your grill before it hits your desired temperature.  All meats, especially large roasts, will increase in temperature after you take them off the barbecue.  This occurs as the heat migrates from the outer layer of the meat…
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Bacon Wrapped Pork Kabobs Recipe

Bacon Wrapped Pork Kabobs Recipe

Mario Batali, a man that can still rock a ponytail, has a book of tailgating recipes that is “essential” for NASCAR fans. If I was a cynical person (which I’m not – honest) I would say that this tie-in with NASCAR was a bit of a stretch for New York based, Italian obsessed Mario. However,…
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Gotta Have Doctor McGrillemups Sauce

One night, after twelve peach bellinis and 65 extra-hot chicken wings, our top barbecue people decided we needed our own barbecue sauce.  Something sweet, something special and something crammed with garlic.  We wanted a sauce that would transcend its host and taste scrumptious on almost anything that we decided to barbecue.  Oh, and kids had…
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Ask Natural Gas Lines

Question: Dear Doctor M, I’m thinking about having a natural gas line installed in my backyard so I don’t have to worry about constantly regilling propane bottles. Is that a good idea? Signed, Mr. F. Latoolent Answer: Dear F: I once saw a show on TV where a Vietnamese villager collected “methane” from her pigs…
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Mustard & Alberta Whiskey Brined Pork Chops Recipe

Brine is a salt, water and seasoning solution used to preserve and flavour foods. Brining increases the amount of liquid inside the meat cells and helps the cells retain moisture for a juicy moist chop. don’t be afraid of the amount of salt in this recipe – salt’s your friend. 4 Pork chops 2 cups…
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Gotta Have Char Crust

Most of our staff are big boosters of the Char-Crust line of rubs. There unique rubs do a terrific job of sealing in the juices on just about any grilled meat (including, of course, pork). Maybe the best part about the rubs is that you can add these unique flavours with very little prep time….
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Rib Rub Recipe

Muffy’s Rib Recipe

Submitted by a loyal reader of our newsletter, Muffy, who cooks on a Big Green Egg charcoal barbecue. She says that her rib rub recipe below works well on both ribs and ham. Take special note of the ‘apple juice’ tip at the bottom of Muffy’s recipe – this is a technique used by many…
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Pork Tip and Recipe

Alberta Pork offers this tip about pork tenderloin: “Pork tenderloin is the leanest cut of pork, with only 3 grams of fat per 3 oz. serving. A whole pork tenderloin cooks quickly on the grill in about 15-20 minutes. Try the following recipe as it features the healthy, all-Canadian duo of pork and beer!”  …
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Gotta Have It Rib Rack

You thought you had it all. You were in last year, you got those cute picnic tablecloth weights, you bought some plastic dishes and some super sauces to try… But do you have a rib rack? You don’t? You NEED one! Rib racks let you cook more ribs with the same space, and more ribs…
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Tart’n Tangy Barbecue Pork Ribs Recipe

Yield: Serves 6 Cooking Time: 30 – 35 minutes Preparation Time: 10 minutes Ingredients 3 lbs (1.5 kg) Pork back ribs 1 jar (250 mL) Currant or grape jelly 1 can (5 1/2 fl oz / 156 mL) tomato paste 1/4 cup (50 mL) water  1 tsp (5 mL) chili powder 1/2 tsp (2 mL)…
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Pork cooking tip

Think pork has to be so overdone it flakes like fish? Think again. Of course, safe handling and cooking of food is always a priority, but this ain’t your grandma’s pork! Today’s pork is lower in fat and cholesterol than ever before (oh, but still so delicious). And, trichinosis, the bug that cooking was meant…
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April 2007 Pork

  BarbecueTipster |Recipe of the Month |Meet the Experts |Gotta Have It |Contact Us      April 2007 Want to know what we think you should spend your tax refund on?  We’re just saying…  there’s no better investment than happiness. Really!   And here we are in April, the month of promise and possibility, when, finally…
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April 2006 Pork

BarbecueTipster |Recipe of the Month |Catalogue of Wishes |Meet the Experts |Gotta Have It |Contact Us Hello and welcome to this, our inaugural issue of “The Hot Line”: Barbecues Galore & Woods Fireplaces monthly online newsletter filled with tips, recipes and recommendations. Oh, and the occasional bargain too. We thought it fitting to kick the…
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