This is a great twist on what folks on the Competition BBQ Circuit call a Fatty. A traditional Fatty with be a large Sausage Roll that is put in the cooker late at night to be eaten early in the morning with Breakfast. Later folks started stuffing with Cheeses and things and even wrapping with Bacon.
My version uses Corned Beef Hash instead of the Sausage and I do a weaved bacon wrap. This can be prepped up a day or two in advance and kept cool to it's time to Tailgate. Read More >>
I want to thank Jim and Jan McLaughlin of Wisconsin for this tailgating tip. I met this fine couple in Joliet at the Chicagoland Speedway and they had a great idea for personalized and ready to cook easy scrambled eggs. Here is what you do, and you can adjust the ingredients how ever you like. Read More >>
This is an awesome dip for apples. The kids will love it. It is simple to make and people will love you for making it. Read More >>
There's great debate about where the name Atomic Buffalo Turds came from but let's just say it came from them Texas boys and leave it at that. Whoever came up with the idea created a treat for us all so THANKS!
Some folks call these Jalapeños Poppers too. They are Jalapeños that are stuffed with Cream Cheese and other stuff and some times wrapped with Bacon.
These are easy and quick to prep before hand and then cook while tailgating for a treat everyone will enjoy. Read More >>
What we are going to do right now is we are going to go ahead and grill up some vegetables. We are going to throw some shrimps in there just because well, we like shrimps. It is summer time and they are in season. We are here at Virginia. But vegetables are a great thing to grill up because for one, they are good, they are good for you. You cannot just live by big steaks alone. The ladies love them, we are always looking for ways to make the ladies happy at the barbecue. Read More >>
Nothing says Tailgating as much as Chicken Wings in my opinion. They can be prepped way in advance in a thousand different ways and Grilled, Smoked, Fried or cooked with just about any cooker you can get in a Parking Lot. Read More >>
Ok let me throw you guys a Bone. Chicken bone that is. What I'm going to show you can be cooked on every cooker there is on the market. You can straight up Gas Grill these, Indirect Grill on Charcoal Double Chef Cooker like I am doing Read More >>
When growing up as a kid in Hawaii we would always snack on Li Hing Mui. Li Hing Mui is simply a dried Plum cured with sugar, salt and Licorice.
They must be an acquired taste because now days back here on the Mainland I can't find a soul that enjoys them the way my brothers and I did and do.
In fact most people can't keep them in their mouth for more then a minute.
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Being a Pit Master for years and now the Pit Boss here at PitCrewBarbeque.com I have seen and had many Grilling Tools and Toys but never anything quite like this.
The 4 - Way Grilln' Wrench is the most solid feeling cooking tool I have ever had in my hands. It's built like Automotive Tools are made and that's with a great design to achieve maximum performance and made of rock solid materials.
Add to that it looks like something right straight off Pit Road and in the Tool Box of your favorite Drivers Gear and what more would you want? You won't know whether to use this beauty or hang in on the wall with your other NASCAR stuff.
My very favorite  Two things I like about the 4-Way Grilln' Wrench is the fact that the Tips unscrew out for easy cleaning and changing and the Super Firm Grip Handles.
Oh, let's make that  Three things because the Spatula is sharp enough to make the 4 - Way Grilln' Wrench handle anything on the Grill.
This gets my hands down 100% endorsement and is a must have for any NASCAR Tailgater. Look for mine with me every time you see me cooking folks. Read More >>