Category Archives: Tips & Tricks

Sharing our best tips and tricks we have learned while competing on the professional barbecue circuit.

Whiskey Smoky Barbecue Chicken

Grilling chicken is one of our favorite “go-to” meals in the summer. It is quick, easy and just takes a little bit of prep. This recipe is ideal for chicken drumsticks, but I am not a fan of dark meat.  … Continue reading

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Smokin J’s Barbeque’s Top 5 Healthy Grilling Techniques

Let’s face it, we are all trying to eat more healthy and watch our weight, but we also love our grills, smokers and outdoor cooking vessels. When it comes to grilling, you might think of savory, fatty foods, slathered in … Continue reading

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How to Deep Fry a Turkey

Recently, I received an email from a very dear friend…Jerry wrote… “My soon to be son-in-law had us over last Thanksgiving to serve a fried Turkey and it WAS THE BEST TURKEY I EVER DEVOURED! Are there any tips you can … Continue reading

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9 Essentials for a Barbecue Competition

We have been competing in the Georgia Barbecue Association for five years. When we started, we knew nothing about professional barbecue except what everyone has seen on television.  TV glamorizes the competition, which is a blast – but it is … Continue reading

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Using Your Leftover Pulled Pork

Being a professional barbecue competition team, you have plenty of neighbors and friends eagerly awaiting your return from a competition, to see if you had any leftover meat. They politely inquire, “how did you do this weekend?”  Followed up with, … Continue reading

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