Killer Hogs Recipe: Ribeye Steak

  Get your sizzle on with this delicious Killer Hogs recipe! A ribeye steak that looks as good as it tastes. Ingredients: 2 16oz Ribeye Steaks 1 Tablespoon Kosher Salt ½ Tablespoon Granulated Garlic ¼ Tablespoon Coarse Ground Black Pepper 2 Tablespoons Salted Butter   Instructions: 1. Mix Kosher Salt, Garlic, and Black Pepper in a small bowl. 2. Season the both sides of the ribeyes with a liberal amount of the spice mixture and rest for 1 hour. 3. Prepare a charcoal grill for direct cooking over hot coals. Bring the grill temperature to 500⁰. 4. Place the steaks …

Killer Hogs Recipe: BBQ Hot Wings

It’s time to fire up the grill! This BBQ Hot Wings recipe from our award winning friends at Killer Hogs BBQ Team will have your taste buds watering. Follow the recipe below and you’ll be grilling like a pro. Ingredients: 4 lbs Frozen Party Wings 16 oz Zesty Italian Dressing 1 Cup Hot Sauce 1 Cup BBQ Sauce 1 Stick Salted Butter 1/4 Cup BBQ Rub Instructions: Place frozen wings in a large zip lock bag and add Italian dressing. Place in the refrigerator overnight. Prepare smoker or grill for indirect cooking at 300°F. Remove wing sections from marinade and …

Pig Candy aka Candied Bacon

There’s not many ways to improve a piece of delicious bacon, but I know one way that is sure fire every time.  I’m talking about Pig Candy.  Pig candy is basically sugar coated bacon cooked on a smoker.  It’s a simple technique that is guaranteed to drive your friends and family bacon-crazy. Here’s all you need: 3lb of Thick Sliced Smoked Bacon (Wright brand is what I use) ½ Cup Brown Sugar ¼ Cup Bbq Rub (The BBQ Rub. of course) ½ tea Cayenne Pepper I use a cookie sheet and a full size cooling rack to make clean up …

Grilling Flat Iron Steaks

The flat iron steak comes from the shoulder area of the cow. It’s the meat from the top blade roast inside the curve of the blade bone. You may see it called “top blade steak”, “patio steak”, or simply “top blade roast”. The flat iron is a tender cut of beef, and it cooks very evenly due to its flat, uniform shape. That’s where the name “flat iron” comes from…it looks like an old timey iron. The method for cooking this cut of beef is pretty simple: Apply a generous coating of salt, black pepper, and garlic. The base layer …