SOUTH-TEXAS STYLE TURKEY BY PAULA DISBROWE
The swoon-worthy results and surprising ease of cooking a whole turkey over a wood-infused fire just might make you rethink your traditional Thanksgiving menu. Two things bring this method together: Butterflying the turkey creates a broad, flat surface that cooks more quickly and evenly. READ MORERecipes
Posted on 8th Jun 2016
We know you're looking for a cool and unusual Father's Day gift because, let's face it, your Pops is a rad dude. Unfortunately, since the first Father's Day in 1910, it's practically a mandate that you give him a tie. Sure, other things have been given as gifts over the years, but the rule book we have, written by one Donald J. Trump, clearly says "TIE." .
So, there is no need to break with centuries of tradition in order to get your Dad something cool for Father's Day. Get him the tie. Just get him THIS tie (wink).
This year, ties are going to be given on Father's Day. It's inevitable. We're here to help make your Father's Day Tie one he will never forget.*
*PK Grills reminds you to not grill while wearing a loose tie - or any tie. Please grill responsibly.
Bon Appetit hosted a great interview with pitmaster Aaron Franklin. A man who is more than well known in the world of barbecue. For example: people stand line for hours outside of Franklin Barbecue in Austin, Texas just to try a bite of his agonizingly-slow cooked to perfection brisket. (Yeah, this guy!)Image courtesy of Franklin Barbecue During the interview [...]
We built it, but you said it. Here is some of the great feedback we get from our PK community.It's versatile.It has a unique 4-way venting system that Derrick Riches says “adds a layer of versatility that makes this a great charcoal grill for high temperature cooking, even indirectly, or low and slow smoking.” – Derrick Riches, About [...]
Of course you're in charge of the Easter ham. You are a smoker of meats. You are a griller of the first order. You are a legendary PK Grill & Smoker owner. When the holiday rolls around, that ham is coming your way and you better know what to do with it. [...]