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Fin & Feather Turkey

I’ve been cooking our holiday turkey on the grill for years now and its finally time to share it! The routine varies a little from year to year, but the spice is always Fin & …

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Game Day Brisket Sliders

Nothing welcomes fall quite like a slow cooked brisket, and nothing says game-day quite like sliders! This easily adaptable recipe combines the two, and dishes up an eye-catching platter of food that’s sure to please …

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Nuts & Bolts

Summer is a time of nostalgia and what better than a vat of baked snack mix to carry you back.  In this recipe, the classic Nuts & Bolts gets a spice make-over and goes gluten-free, …

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Yucatan Rojo Pulled Pork

The classic flavors of the Yucatan shine in this easy slow cooker sensation. Bright citrus and earthy spices infuse every bite and the pull-apart tender meat can be enjoyed in a variety of ways. Use …

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BBQ Broccoli

Eat your vegetables? Yes, please! We love to cook outside the box, so why not treat broccoli like BBQ. Seasoned with KC Tailgater’s BBQ Rub and roasted to perfection in a hot heavy skillet, we …

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Smoky BBQ Pork

Pork shoulder is one of the most inexpensive cuts of meat, and you can find it almost anywhere. The lean meat is punctuated with ribbons of fat, which self-bastes the pork as it cooks slow …

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Memphis Beale St. BBQ Brisket with Whiskey Sauce

Beef brisket is one of my favorite cuts of meat. When cooked just right, it is incredibly tender and flavorful, and one of the most affordable cuts to boot! However there are an abundance of …

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Yucatan Rojo Fish Tacos

I don’t know about you, but this sunshine activates my wanderlust something fierce! Long days, hot sun… I crave a remote beach and what I like to call “barefoot cuisine.” Short of a trip to the …

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