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Perfect Your Pork Ribs – Part Two

Welcome to Perfect Your Pork Ribs – Part Two. This is the second part of a two-part series of articles where I discuss How To Perfect Your Pork Ribs. In this article we’ll be looking at Preparing, Smoking, and Presenting your ribs. If you haven’t caught Part One yet, you can catch up here. Continue reading Perfect Your Pork Ribs – Part Two

Perfect Your Pork Ribs – Part One

Pork ribs are a staple of traditional BBQ – always have been and always will be. There are many variations of pork rib, starting with the cut itself before moving into the cooking method – some people prefer a dry rub, some a wet rub, some like to sauce the rib, and some do not. For the purpose of this article, we’re going to be looking at what is known as Baby Back, Spare, and St Louis ribs as these are what are used in competition. Here are some tips to help you Perfect Your Pork Ribs.

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BBQ & Beats 2017

Recently, I was fortunate to have the opportunity to compete in Australia’s first ‘Day Comp’, at BBQ & Beats 2017 at the NightQuarter in Helensvale. It was a killer comp against many of the best in the game. I’m proud to say I had the cook of my life at this comp and am very proud of my results, against some of the biggest teams on the circuit.  Continue reading BBQ & Beats 2017

The Secret to a Good Boning…

Those of us that have traveled the world will have no doubt realised that boning is different in every country. This is because different cultures have different approaches to boning and as cultures have developed over time, so have their boning techniques. In this article, we’re going to examine The Secret to a Good Boning. Continue reading The Secret to a Good Boning…