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Side Dishes That Complement Your BBQ

Have you mastered the traditional barbecue cuts of brisket, pork butt,

and ribs but not the side dishes that will complement them? We can help you with that! Cookshack President/CEO, Stuart Powell, and Cookshack Commercial Sales Rep, Dave Mason, recently partnered with Sysco Chef, Ryan Parker, and created some great pairings.

Dave, Stuart, and Chef Ryan at the Cooking Demo

Dave, Stuart, and Chef Ryan at the Cooking Demo

Smoke St. Louis Style Ribs and pair them with Kale and Poppy Seed Slaw. Grill Ribeye Steaks and serve them with Grilled Spanish Corn. Smoke succulent brisket and then smoke potato salad for a non-traditional take on a classic summertime side.  For this post we will give the recipes for the ribs and slaw. We served these at several cooking demonstrations and they were a hit.

Sides that complement bbq

St. Louis Ribs

Ingredients:

Method:

  1. Pull the membrane off the back of the ribs and remove any excess fat
  2. Rub the ribs with Fast Eddy’s All-Purpose Rub on all sides
  3. Put the ribs in your smoker using hickory pellets or wood at 250°F for 3 ½ hours
  4. Remove from smoker and brush with Cookshack Mild BBQ Sauce, place the ribs back in the smoker for another 15 minutes
  5. Remove, slice between the bones, and serve immediately

    Kale and Poppy Seed Slaw

    Kale and Poppy Seed Slaw

Kale and Poppy Seed Slaw

Ingredients:

  • 5 lbs. of Apio’s Kale Blend (Green kale, Brussel Sprouts, Chicory, Broccoli, Green Cabbage)
  • 2 ½ C. Poppy Seed Dressing
  • 2 C. Toasted Pepitas
  • 2 C. Dried, Sweetened Cranberries
  • 1 C. Golden Raisins
  • 1 Green Apple Diced

Method:

  1. Toast the pepitas (pumpkin seeds) for 5 minutes at 375°F
  2. Core and finely dice the green apple
  3. Combine all dry ingredients
  4. Add the dressing and gently fold the dressing until incorporated well
  5. Keep chilled and serve within 24 hours

For more great recipes and cooking tips, check out the Cookshack YouTube Channel or the Cooking Guide on our website. Our goal is to make you the best barbecue and smoked food cook as possible!

 

 

Ribs = Summer Barbecue Fun!

Ribs = Summer Barbecue Fun!

Nothing says summer barbecue fun like fall off the bone, tender, meaty ribs.  Whether you prefer them sticky with barbecue sauce or with a dry rub and no sauce, ribs are a hit to share with family and friends.  Do you prefer pork or beef ribs?  Baby back ribs, spareribs, or St. Louis Cut?  With Cookshack it does not matter because we can cook them all! Cookshack has the RibRub and RibRacks that will make preparing and smoking ribs easy and delicious!

RibRub

Cookshack RibRub in two convenient sizes!

Our RibRub comes in two sizes:  10oz Shaker and 1 gallon container.  Cookshack RibRub is a ready-to-use rub which may be applied to meat before cooking.  It is a blend of savory herbs and spices which enhance the flavor of the ribs.  Sprinkle or rub on the meat for a real old-time pit barbecue glaze.  Apply 1-2 oz. or Rib Rub.

http://www.viagragenericoes24.com/como-se-toma-la-viagraoz. per slab of ribs.  Cookshack RibRub is gluten free.

Check out this video using RibRub to make babyback ribs to see how easy it is for you to use our RibRub.

To add capacity to your smoker when you smoke ribs, use a Cookshack RibRacks.  For example, the SmartSmoker® SM160 holds 15 racks of ribs but when you use the RibRacks you can load 24 racks of ribs into the SM160.  Load the seasoned and prepped ribs into the RibRacks and slide them right into your smoker. Using the RibRacks will decrease turnaround time in busy commercial kitchens by speeding the loading and unloading of slabs of ribs.  When one load comes out of the smoker, have a second set

of loaded RibRacks ready to put in.  The RibRacks are made of Nickel-plated steel. RibRacks are available for the following models:  Smokette Elite (SM025), SuperSmoker (SM045), Amerique (SM066), PG500, PG1000, SmartSmoker® models SM160, SM260, and SM360, and Fast Eddy’s™ by Cookshack models FEC100, FEC120, and FEC240.  Check out this video of the RibRack and RibRub in action!

RibRack loaded with Ribs

RibRack loaded with Ribs