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How to Cook Pork Shoulder

The pork shoulder may be the world’s simplest cut of meat to cook. But simple doesn’t mean simple-minded. You’ll need to know about some essential gear and techniques to get it right.

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Reasons (and Tips) to Make Grilled Pizza Now

Flame-seared pies now turn up at innovative restaurants across North America—and around the world. Why is pizza even more irresistible when cooked on the grill?

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Pizzacraft Outdoor Pizza Oven Sweepstakes

Enter for a chance to win a Pizzacraft Pizzeria Pronto outdoor pizza oven, which reaches cooking temperatures of over 700 degrees Fahrenheit and cooks a pizza in only 5 minutes.

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New Kid on the Block: Pellet Grills

“It’s easy—maybe a little too easy,” I told the crowd of Barbecue University students gathered around the first wood pellet grill many had seen. That was five years ago.

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9 Silicone Uses for Barbecuers and Grillers

Hand protection is essential in barbecuing and grilling—not just for pulling pork, but for handling hot chimney starters, “uncanning” beer can chickens, and testing ribs for doneness by tearing them apart with your fingers.

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In Praise of Pork Shoulder, Part 3: How to Cook It

The pork shoulder may be the world’s simplest cut of meat to cook. Simpler than steak. Simpler than brisket. Simpler than ribs. In a nutshell, you season the hell out of it (for tips on buying and seasoning pork shoulder, see Parts 1 and 2 of this series) and cook it at a low to moderate heat for 3 to 6 hours (2-1/2 to 3 hours at 350 degrees;...

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5 Reasons (and 5 Tips) to Make Grilled Pizza Now

Pizzacraft Outdoor Pizza Oven Sweepstakes

New Kid on the Block: Pellet Grills



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