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Smoking in very cold temperatures is a common problem of the backyard barbecue cook. There are several tricks you can try to keep the temperature under control and hot enough to smoke, no matter the weather.

This burger recipe is filled with delicious flavor. Not only do the patties have a Cajun flare, but there is also a mild spiced barbecue sauce to accompany it.

This $350USD 4-burner gas grill is a full function unit that boasts a good sized cooking area, side burner, and a stainless steel body. Unfortunately the low quality materials, low heat output, and poor construction limit the durability and function of this gas grill.

These grilled veggie sandwiches are served on marbled rye and topped with a refreshing rosemary aoili.

This is one flavorful pork tenderloin sandwich. The pork is marinated in a sage and wine mixture, grilled to perfection and served up with roasted pepper and topped with an avocado sauce.

This is an easy grilled chicken salad to prepare. By using the dressing as a marinade you combine the flavors from beginning to end.

Want a gas grill, but need something small? This might be the solution for you. The Char-Broil Patio Bistro Infrared Gas Grill is small, full height gas grill that is easy to move and store. Small enough to fit on most balconies but also give you enough space to comfortably cook for four people.

This is a great leftover recipe, especially if you've prepared the Harvest Meal and have extras. You can tailor the recipe to fit your needs.

This item has been discontinued. This is an attractive grill designed by Weber that is sold under the Ducane name through Home Depot and made in China. In the line of low priced complete stainless steel grills, this isn't a bad unit, but it seems that it was designed to look good before it was designed to cook. It does have a couple of good features and a whole host of extras. With a full rotisserie, side burner, and good controls, you get everything.

Once the beef ribs are completely cooked and you have all the barbecue sauce on them that you want it's time to get them off the smoker. Like any meat you should let the ribs rest before you start cutting them up. Resting meat allows the heat and juices to even out and the meat to relax making it more tender. Let beef ribs rest, covered with a sheet of foil for 5 to 10 minutes.