Smoked and Crispy Fried Whole Chicken

Kent Rollins' Smoked and Fried Chicken or Cornish Game Hens

The most delicious way to cook a whole chicken is to get a great smoke flavor all over the chicken and then fry it up to be as crispy as possible. You can use a whole chicken or a Cornish game hen. The end product will be so tasty that your family won’t want to…

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Whole Hog Cooking!

Kent Rollins marinating a whole hog during roasting.

Large family gatherings, reunions, and celebrations are often centered around food. On farms and ranches, it is a common practice to roast a whole hog on a spit throughout the day while the kids play and the adults make up for lost time by playing corn hole, horse shoes, or just sitting around with a…

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Best Homemade Sausage

If you are serious about making delicious homemade bratwurst, you’ve come to the right place. This recipe can be used to make ground sausage that you can crumble and cook or stuff into casings and smoke. Either way, it’s delicious! There are a lot of tips & tricks that make your life easier and we’ll…

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Rolled Beef Fajitas- The New Way to Fajita!

Kent Rollins perfectly grilled and smoked rolled fajitas

Experience Fajitas in a brand new way – all rolled up in a nice flank steak and smoked. The assembling of the fajitas happens at the beginning of this recipe. When you pull the finished product out of the smoker, slice onto a fresh tortilla and behold the magnificence of fajita flavor. We appreciate you…

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Pork Belly Burnt Ends

Kent Rollins' Hot Cherry Pork Belly Burnt Ends

Cherry Hot Glazed Pork Belly smoked low and slow is the perfect recipe for tailgating, having a barbecue, or just because. A big pork belly costs about a third of what a brisket does and I promise you people will be stepping over each other to get a taste of these. I mean, just LOOK…

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Corn Cob Smoked Ribs

Corn Cob Smoked Ribs A good friend of mine in South Dakota sent me a message recently. He told me that they regularly use leftover corn cobs as fuel and flavor to smoke ribs. Naturally, I had to try it out. When it comes to smoking ribs, you don’t have to ask me twice!  …

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Corn Ribs

What are Corn Ribs?   Corn Ribs are a totally different way to grill corn on the cob. To prepare the corn for grilling, slice off the top and bottom edges of the corn cob. From there, you’ll cut vertically down the center in quarters, leaving the cob on the back of each piece of…

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Seared & Smoked Beef Tenderloin

Kent Rollins delicious seared and smoked beef tenderloin

Howdy folks, and thanks for stopping by the website! If you have a nice beef tenderloin ready and you are looking for the best way to prepare a special dinner, you’ve come to the right place. Tenderloin can be an expensive cut of beef, so most people don’t have a lot of practice at it.…

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Juicy Grilled Pork Chops! With Grilled Parmesan Asparagus

Howdy folks, and thanks for stopping by the website! In this week’s episode, we decided to cook two thick cut pork chops using two different methods. Y’all decide which ones you like best. If you try them both, please let us know which you liked better! Three Things People Usually Get Wrong When Cooking Pork…

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Royal Smoked Ribs

Howdy folks, and thanks for stopping by the website! I’ve smoked many a rack of baby back ribs in my life and I’m going to share how I do it (the right way!). I’ve tried every method that anyone’s ever come up with, and found that this is the best way to get the most…

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