Superbowl Nacho Recipe

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Ingredients: 3lbs  Pulled Pork 1lb  Processed Cheese (Velvetta brand) 12oz can Rotel (tomatoes and green chilies) 8oz  cream cheese 1lb Hot breakfast sausage 18oz BBQ Sauce 4oz BBQ Dry Rub 1 jar sliced jalapenos 1 bag of Tortilla Chips Directions: Brown the sausage over medium heat and drain fat. Cut the Velvetta and cream cheese into small cubes and place in a crockpot.  Add the Rotel tomatoes, hot sausage and stir to combine.  Cover and set temperature on high for 1 hour.  Stir the cheese mixture often and once it has melted move the setting to warm. Arrange Tortilla chips …

BBQ Bologna

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Don’t let the name fool you. Some people are a little hesitant to try this stuff, but I promise you it’s a real crowd please and not just in the South! BBQ Bologna is probably the easiest meat you can possibly cook on a smoker.  This recipe is done with a smaller chunk of bologna versus the traditional “whole stick” that we do at events.  It’s scaled down, so that anyone at home can easily throw a chunk on the pit. There’s really no wrong way to make BBQ bologna.  I like to score the outside in a diamond shape …

Pig Candy aka Candied Bacon

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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 …