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It's the one day a year we set aside to celebrate Mom and I promise you she would like nothing better than to not have to cook.

A classic barbecue sauce that is perfect for so much more than smoked brisket. You might just want to make up a large batch of this great sauce for every use.

Mustard based barbecue sauces find their origins in the Carolinas and Georgia and are the perfect BBQ sauce for pork whether you are talking whole hog, pork shoulder, or ribs.

Stripped down to the bare bone basics, this four-burner gas grill by Dyna-Glo has the power and the size for a very reasonable price.

The flank is the belly muscle of the cow and is typically cut into small pieces. The flank is very flavorful but contains almost no fat and will be tough pretty much no matter how you cook it.

This is a rich, tomato barbecue sauce with lots of flavor and some heat. If you want the sauce hotter double the amount of cayenne pepper.

If you get oil too hot it breaks down and started to smoke. When this happens the good oil you were relying on to prevent sticking and to add some flavor to your foods fails.

Brining Poultry is a great way to add moisture to chicken or turkeys before you cook them. Most people know this but many people are surprised when I tell them

Meatloaf sandwiches are delicious, but a freshly made, hot off the grill meatloaf burger is even better. This burger takes comfort food to another level.

A great prime rib roast is a thing of beauty and by grilling it, whether on gas or charcoal, you add a little smoke and a lot of flavor.

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