Whether you’re making brisket, beef ribs, or burgers, there’s one thing every Texas barbecue needs is a great sauce. Here are the two most popular styles.
Have you heard of birria? This traditional Mexican dish is taking Texas by storm. In this recipe we braise the meat in the smoker before shredding it into smoked birria tacos. You’ll be surprised just how easy it is to put this meal together.
Barbeque season in Texas is our favorite time of year. But after smoking a full brisket, what will you do with brisket leftovers? Don’t worry. If you get creative, you can substitute smoked beef into just about any recipe.
Professional chefs might have fancy kitchens and million-dollar smokers, but that doesn’t mean that delicious barbecue is out of reach for everyone else! The trick is choosing the best cuts of beef for smoking.
Never underestimate the power of a delicious hunk of Premium Quality Texas Beef. This Smoked Prime Rib Roast is a beautiful sight to behold and will feed your entire family and provide plenty of leftovers.
Here on the ranch, we’re always looking for ways to take our grilling game to the next level. We try different Texas-style sauces, new cooking techniques, and recently, we’ve been creating the best dry rubs for steak.