Baxter's Original Peach Chunk Smoking Woods

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Baxter's Original Peach Chunk Smoking Woods

Baxter's Original Peach Chunk Smoking Woods

BBQ Pro Shop is proud to be carrying Baxter’s Original Smoking Woods at BBQ Pro Shop! Sticking with our tradition of carrying the best, we uncovered Baxter’s Smoking Wood on Twitter, following @BaxtersOriginal and hearing how much everyone in the #BBQ world loved his smoking woods. So we went and bought some Peach so that we could take a page from Myron Mixon brisket secrets and try some of this magical peach wood. It was delicious and a huge hit. Baxter’s is the real deal.

What I loved the most was the cool burlap sack, hand printer label and the name of the wood spray painted on the outside of the sack. Simple instructions, kind of like a fortune are enclosed in each bag telling you to soak the chips or chunks  in water for 30 minutes for the best results.

So far I have used this on a pork butt and brisket that I did for experimentation purposes and the peach flavor was fresh and smooth. The wood we received could be smelled as you open the box and take a whiff of the burlap sack. Unlike other woods that I have bought, these have the aroma that you would expect from fresh cut wood. This is about as fresh as it can get and last night I used some of the samples to smoke some apple wood baby back robs and the flavor was just delightful, very natural. Baxter’s Original Smoking Woods come from Georgia, and you just know that it is all fresh from the wood shed!

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We found this great little piece on the Web of some of Myron Mixon’s Jacks Old South Marinade, Sauce and Rub recipes. Enjoy.

Article Source: http://www.articlesbase.com/Jacks Old South Bbq Recipes

Jack’s Old South Meat Marinade Recipe

Ingredients

2 quarts apple juice
1 cup Worcestershire sauce
1 cup orange juice
1 cup light brown sugar
1/2 cup olive oil
1/2 cup lemon juice
2 tablespoons hot sauce
1/2 cup apple cider vinegar
1/2 cup salt

Preparation

Heat and whisk together until sugar and salt dissolve.

Jack’s Old South Competition Vinegar Sauce

Ingredients

2 cups cider vinegar
3 tablespoons ketchup
2 tablespoons paprika
2 tablespoons brown sugar
4 teaspoons kosher salt
1 tablespoon hot sauce
1 teaspoon cayenne — (1 to 2)
1 teaspoon ground black pepper — (1 to 2)

Preparation

Combine all the ingredients in a nonreactive mixing bowl, mixing until the sugar and salt dissolve. Taste for seasoning, adding pepper as needed.

Transfer to a clean, sterile jar and refrigerate. This vinegar sauce will keep for several months.

Jack’s Old South BBQ Rub

Ingredients

1/4 cup brown sugar
1/4 cup sweet paprika
1/4 cup kosher salt
3 tablespoons black pepper
2 teaspoons garlic powder
2 teaspoons onion powder
1 teaspoon cayenne pepper
1 teaspoon dried basil

Preparation

Combine all ingredients and mix well.

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Mike Mills & John Willingham BBQ Hall of Fame

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We just wanted to take a moment to show our appreciation to the NBBQA BBQ Hall of Fame and praise them on their induction of Mike Mills and John Willingham who are two BBQ guys who paved the way for so many of us in this sport. Many years ago, I was given a bottle of John Willingham’s Original Mild Rub, aka WHAM! and told it was “rub”. From that day forward, my life changed as we began our search for the best rubs and sauces we could find. I remember I rubbed some pork chops with Wham and just like that, I was a convert. Soon after I was given a Primo XL Smoker and a copy of Mike Mills, Peace, Love and Barbecue from my wife and the quest to stop “indirect grilling” and start smoking began.

Mike Mills & John Willingham BBQ Hall of Fame

Mike Mills & John Willingham accepting BBQ Hall of Fame awards

A couple of weeks ago, these two gentlemen were inducted into the BBQ Hall of Fame and Amy Mills Tunnicliffe of OnCue Consulting was given honor of inducting her father and John into the Hall at the NBBQA Awards in Memphis. Here is an excellent article that was published in The Southern by Adam Testa.

By adam testa, the southern | Posted: Friday, February 12, 2010 1:00 am

MURPHYSBORO — 17th Street Bar & Grill pioneer Mike Mills has a long-established legacy in Southern Illinois, but after last weekend, he’s officially earned a place in the history of American barbecue.

Mills and longtime friend and occasional championship cook-off rival John Willingham of Memphis, Tenn., were inducted into the National BBQ Hall of Fame during the National Barbecue Association Convention in Memphis, Tenn.

“To be in there with the people who are already in there, I’m honored. It’s unbelievable,” Mills said, adding the surprise celebration was only made sweeter when Willingham was announced as his fellow inductee. “He’s probably forgotten more about barbecue that most of us know.”

The two men were the sixth and seventh inductees into the hall.

Amy Mills-Tunnicliffe, 17th Street’s marketing director and Mills’ daughter, had the opportunity to surprise the friends with the announcement of their induction. She said the night will always be a cherished memory.

“They were just tickled to death to be up there on stage together,” she said. “It was very special.”

Inductees are nominated by their peers and undergo a screening process. A two-tier, top-secret committee evaluates the nominees, and voting must be unanimous.

Bad Dads BBQ Pit Grillin Gloves

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Bad Dads BBQ Pit Grillin Gloves

Premium Nitrile Plus Gloves (6/Pack)

Bad Dads BBQ Pit Grillin Gloves are everything that regular Nitrile gloves are not! These are Premium Nitrile Plus gloves that are FDA Food Service Approved made with Non-Latex Allergens and Textured for dry or wet grip. The Bad Dads BBQ Pit Grillin Gloves are made by Grease Grip Gloves, are powder free, and have a superior strength over regular Nitrile gloves so that they will last while you trim, prep, rub and load the smoker. BBQ Pro Shop carries these in both Large and Extra Large!

Bad Dads BBQ Pit Grillin Gloves have a unique textured finish that helps you grip utensils, rub shakers, meat and anything else that you need to grab while grilling or smoking. Six pairs of gloves per pack. These are not flame resistant and should be used with care around fire or

Bad Dads BBQ Pit Grillin Gloves

Textured for Dry or Wet Grip

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Bad Dads BBQ Pit Grillin Gloves are great for BBQ cooking, camping cook outs, tailgating, or just plain grilling. We bought these with the Pitmaster in mind. After watching BBQ Pit Masters on TLC, we noticed that Myron Mixon was wearing some really cool black gloves. These were not the same ones, but we found these to be a lot more rugged and better performing than the standard Nitrile Gloves we bought at Costco.