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Hi guys! Another great video for you! This was me cooking some dinner for myself on my Oklahoma Joe I thought you would enjoy. I had picked up some select grade boneless beef ribs from WalMart, and really just wanted to try Cholula hot sauce again on some meat after the success I had on the Episode 8 double feature where I had used it as a binder on a prime Angus chuck roast. If it was that good on prime, I just had to know what it would do on select, and let me tell you, it did not disappoint!

For the binder I used Cholula hot sauce, and for the rub I went with Accent, dried habanero, pink Himalayan sea salt, coarse ground pepper, granulated garlic, granulated onion, and smoked paprika.

For those that like things a little less spicy than I do, which is probably 99% of the world, I would suggested leaving off the dried habanero, the Cholula adds a nice little kick as it is.

I had these ribs in the smoker for 3 hours using post oak and hickory woods, wrapped them in foil, then back on the grill for two more hours. I then wrapped them in a towel, and let the beef rest for 1 hour before opening the foil and cutting into them.

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Episode 8: Prime Angus Double Feature! Smoked BBQ Prime Angus Beef Ribs and Chuck Roast Video

This is was a fun video despite the weather on Thanksgiving day. Everything turned out fantastic! I gotta tell you, the Cholula as a binder on the chuck roast was hittin! Im going to have to experiment with that more!

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Prime Angus Beef Ribs:
Binder-
Yellow mustard

Rub-
Accent
Pink Himalayan Sea Salt
Coarse ground pepper
Granulated onion powder
Granulated garlic powder
Dried habanero
Cayenne pepper

Prime Angus Beef Shoulder Chuck Roast:
Binder-
Cholula hot sauce

Rub-
The rub I used on this butt is the same rub I made for the ribs in Episode 1.
Rub recipe-
1/4 cup of kosher salt
1/4 cup ground coarse black pepper
1/4 dark brown sugar
1/4 cup smoked paprika
1/4 cup of granulated garlic

The last in this 4 part series. This was originally going to be a video on my take of chile con queso, but to make a long story short, I just couldn't get the editing right due to some speed issues and it just wouldn't have been a very good video, but don't worry, thats a favorite around here and I'll get it posted sometime in the near future.

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I actually didn't use a binder on this cook, but if you want to, up to you.

The injection I made up for this was about a cup of Worcestershire sauce, about a cup of apple juice, about a cup of honey, another cup of butter pecan syrup, about an 1/8th of a cup of apple cider vinegar, and about 8 oz of spring water.

Rub recipe-
1/4 cup of kosher salt
1/4 cup ground coarse black pepper
1/4 dark brown sugar
1/4 cup smoked paprika
1/4 cup of granulated garlic
1/4 cup granulated onion
2 Tbsp of dry mustard
2 Tbsp of cumin
1 Tbsp of turmeric
1 Tbsp of McCormick's Applewood Rub
1 tsp of cinnamon

DO NOT USE THE SPRAY I CONCOCTED! IT WILL CLOG THE NOZZLE ON ANY SPRAY BOTTLE!!!!

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Video 3 of 4. I swear i'm not doing this format ever again. Geez.

This is my Hickory Smoked Green Bean and Bacon Casserole Video. Really, this is good stuff and my own South Texas twist on a classic dish. This was all done on my Oklahoma Joe's 2 in 1, hope you guys enjoy it!

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Basic Ingredients-
2 large cans of green beans (24 oz each)
1 large can of Cream of Mushroom soup (26 oz)
1 package of bacon (jalapeno bacon is great with this, so is apple)
3 cups of crispy onions
Garlic

Smoke at about 300 degrees for 1 hour.

Remember to hold out about a cup of the crispy onions and about a half cup of the cooked bacon to throw on the top about 30 minutes before it's done smoking.

I prefer hickory wood for this dish, it adds such a nice flavor, but I've also had great feedback using both maple and pecan. Up to you.

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This is part 2 of a 4 part series just doing snacks for the holidays. I swear I'll never do 4 videos in 1 day again!

I know most people like cream cheese in their stuffed jalapenos, you can add it if you want, that's the great thing about cooking, make it your own.

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Part 1 of a 4 part series on holiday snacks, or just great snacks anytime you are having guests!

The first part of this video is only music as my back neighbor decided to break out his pressure washer again.

The main ingredients for the burger-
1 lb ground sirloin
1/4 lb of Hot Jimmy Dean Sauge
3 jalapenos finely chopped or blended
about a cup of Progresso Garlic & Herb bread crumbs
Accent
Onion powder
Garlic powder
Black pepper
Pink Himalayan Sea salt
Mesquite Liquid Smoke
Smoked Paprika
Dried habanero
1 egg
Worcestershire sauce

Shout out to Dash @SDSBBQ! He's a great guy and does some great cooks! Go over and give him some likes and subscribes! You can find him here-

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCIPV-yxnFjH6Phx0gc8Wp1Q

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I smoked this BBQ beef shoulder chuck roast on my Oklahoma Joe using post oak wood. Still dealing with the change in weather and the tail end of that dang ol sinus infection, but it's all good. The weather was great, the birds were chirpin', and the sun was shinin'.

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The rub I used on this beef shoulder chuck roast was pretty simple. A little Accent as the base, pink Himalayan sea salt, granulated garlic (never use powdered), some granulated black pepper, and Grill Mates Applewood rub. While it's good on everything, I didn't want to use my Episode 1 rub on this, that rub tastes best on pork or chicken. Beef deserves its own unique flavor profile, and living in South Texas, I get bored with just salt and pepper. It's good, but I just think it shows a lack of originality when you are going for the most bang for your buck, especially when you are trying to impress friends and family. You can't swing a dead cat in Texas without hitting a BBQ joint that only seasons with s&p. Live on the edge a little bit. Seriously.

The spray I made up for this one was about 4 or 5 caps of Lea & Perrins Worcestershire sauce, a little bit less than half a cup of apple cider vinegar, about a cup of apple juice, 2 shots of maple syrup, then filled the rest of the bottle with spring water and shook it all up.

Cook time was 3 hrs on the smoke at 250, then another 2 at 250 wrapped. I had a bit of family drama at the end so I didn't have time to film the reveal, but I let it rest for about an hour before I sliced it up, and the meat was beautiful. Just like a brisket flat. If that aint perfection, then I'm happy being imperfect.

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Smoked Pork Butt on my Oklahoma Joe using apple and post oak woods. I had just started coming down with some sinus infection in this video, i apologize for the sounds lol!

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I actually did this cook back at the beginning of October, it just took me a while to get all the video clips together after I changed phones and cooking for other people got out of hand. I was really happy with the results of this cook! The bark and tenderness of the pork was absolutely perfect.

Binder- Yellow mustard

The rub I used on this butt is the same rub I made for the ribs in Episode 1.
Rub recipe-
1/4 cup of kosher salt
1/4 cup ground coarse black pepper
1/4 dark brown sugar
1/4 cup smoked paprika
1/4 cup of granulated garlic
1/4 cup granulated onion
2 Tbsp of dry mustard
2 Tbsp of cumin
1 Tbsp of turmeric
1 Tbsp of McCormick's Applewood Rub
1 tsp of cinnamon

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This is my first BitChute video doing my favorite peach recipe rib cook. I've never done a video before, so be gentle in the comments. If you guys have any questions or comments, please feel free bellow.

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For charcoal I used B&B competition lump, and for wood I used B&B post oak and pecan.

Shout out to Harry Soo, Malcolm Reid, and Guga for inspiring me to do more!

Rub recipe-
1/4 cup of kosher salt
1/4 cup ground coarse black pepper
1/4 dark brown sugar
1/4 cup smoked paprika
1/4 cup of granulated garlic
1/4 cup granulated onion
2 Tbsp of dry mustard
2 Tbsp of cumin
1 Tbsp of turmeric
1 Tbsp of McCormick's Applewood Rub
1 tsp of cinnamon

My Spray -
1 small bottle of Apple juice
1 dollop of apple cider vinegar
1 dollop of Beyond Bouillon
About 3 dollops of blue agave nectar

Peach recipe-
4 scoops of peach jam
2 pinches of garlic powder
3 shakes of Slap Ya Mama 'Hot"
2 shakes of dried habanero

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A Texas Dad and his son doing the best Texas BBQ and other great dishes cooked on an offset smoker.