If there was ever a cut of meat the Pit Barrel Cooker was born to cook, it would be ribs. Baby back ribs hanging down over an open fire is a primal event all humans should experience.
Coffee rubbed steaks on the MAK 2 Star pellet grill combine wood pellet smoke flavor with sear marks from high temperature grilling.
When someone gets the itch to smoke a brisket or ribs, the first place they go is their local big box store and buy a cheap offset smoker.
Texas Pecan seasoning on baby back ribs pairs great with the MAK 2 Star pellet grill and a good stout beer.
The Mak 2 Star General may be the best pellet grill ever made. While we have not tried every pellet grill on the market, we can say with certainty this grill performs at all levels.
A good way to have ribs anytime you want is to cook several racks and freeze them for later. If you plan on cooking a couple of racks for the family, go ahead and cook 2-4 more racks for later.
I found this recipe on the MAK Grills blog and thought it sounded like a great potato dish for Thanksgiving that had some interesting flair.
If you are smoking food on your MAK 2 Star pellet grill, the side smoker can be used as additional smoking space. This is good for adding smoke to already cooked foods. It is a unique feature that is often overlooked.
The MAK 2 Star went from smoke mode to 400F without skipping a beat. The true power of a wood fired pellet smoker is the ability to change temperature quickly.
Slow smoked Chipotle glazed salmon on the Mak 2 Star pellet grill is a quick and easy evening meal you can cook any day of the week.