How to Smoke a Brisket on a Charcoal Grill

It might be a little intimidating to smoke a brisket on a charcoal grill, or preparing it in any manner for that case. As a prestigious cut of beef, and one of the most popular smoked meats, many new grillers find it extremely intimidating to smoke the meat.

For those who are wondering how to smoke a brisket on a charcoal grill, it truly is more of a technique than it is a specific science.

Of course, there is no wrong or right way of doing so, it does require time. This is one of the key components to the rich, roasted taste, and the fall off the bone texture you are going for while smoking brisket, or any cut of meat for that matter.

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How to Cook and How Long Does it Take to Smoke a Turkey

Cooking a turkey, huge or little, is a lot simpler than you might imagine. The key is, to begin with, a turkey that has been prepared effectively, at that point take measures to ensure that it does not dry out while cooking it.

Choosing the right turkey precedes everything else and determines the kind of input you'll put as you work on cooking the turkey. Read on to figure out how to Cook and how long does it take to smoke a Turkey. And you’ll also find out how to choose a turkey, smoke it, season it to your tastes and dish it in the oven.

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Difference Between Chuck Roast and Chuck Steak: Does it Really Matter?

If you've ever dabbled with cooking, slow roasting, steaming, or otherwise preparing meats, you've probably run into a recipe or two which have different terms. And, one of these might be roast versus steak. If you've ever found yourself asking what are the difference between chuck roast and chuck steak, you're probably not alone. 

And, yes, there are differences you should be familiar with if you are preparing a specific dish, or would like a specific cut when steaming or roasting meats. So let’s take a closer look at each term, and what the differences are between each.

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What, if Any, are the Differences Between Cajun and Creole Seasoning?

So you're a fan of spicy foods? You might thing Cajun and Creole based seasonings are the same, and if not, very similar, but this is not the case. They both fall into the "spicy" category, but they each have their own hints which make them unique, and allow them to stand alone and apart as their own distinguished spice blends. 

So what is the difference between Cajun and Creole seasoning? Can you really tell the difference when you put these spices on different foods you consume? Let's take a look at the seasonings, and what does make each of them different and unique in their own way.

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