Yes, Backyard Barbecuer, you can smoke a Packer Brisket! Big Swede BBQ shows you how to trim, season, and smoke a Packer Brisket so it's flavorful, moist and juicy! Happy grilling!
Heat plus sweet combines for a magnificent melt-in-your-mouth pork belly masterpiece! Big Swede BBQ shows you how to make these savory bites in just over 4 hours and in your own backyard!
Injected with a marinade featuring apple juice, maple syrup, and Worcestershire sauce, these Smoked Pulled Pork Sliders are the best you’ll ever have! Pat with your favorite rub and smoke on a Memphis Wood Fire Grill until the meat falls apart! Sweetness and HEAT never tasted..
What’s better than pulled pork? Pulled pork on a Memphis! Smoke the marinated pork for 8-10 hours, until it’s tender and juicy, then serve with the flavorful Korean barbecue sauce! Amazing!
These juicy Kansas City Style Ribs are the perfect combination of sweet and heat! Use your choice of BBQ rub, spritz with apple juice and serve with the creamy but easy-to-make coleslaw—seconds, please!
Our Grilled Romaine Hearts with Crispy Bacon, Homemade Caesar Dressing, and Shaved Parmesan recipe by Big Swede BBQ is sure to delight any time of year. Find the recipe on the Memphis YouTube channel to see Johan Magnusson make it before your eyes.
Perfect for any time of year and for those looking for both a salty and sweet flavor, these Grilled Porkchops and Chunky Apple Sauce recipes from Big Swede BBQ are sure to delight.
Featured on Steven Raichlen’s Project Fire and from the Project Fire cookbook, these eggs are simple, creamy and extremely tasty. Creamy eggs, crusty bread crumbs, salty prosciutto, and parmesan come together to create ultimate breakfast skillet.
Boneless pork ribs slathered in a sweet, savory glaze. This pork can be served over rice or with a side of roasted vegetables.
Give your pork chops a flavorful update by coating them in delicious savory herbs and smoking them in your Memphis. Better yet, a reverse sear keeps these pork chops juicy on the inside with a perfectly crisp outside.
We've been spending a lot of time by the BBQ lately as springtime allows it. This recipe is not one that needs to be fussed over. You can adjust the time and temp to suit your schedule and then set it and forget it. It is prepared one-pot style in a Dutch oven and can take..
The trick for making succulent pork belly on the Memphis Grill is to roast it over a pan of water. First, skin side down and then after you flip it, the fat cap has a chance to bubble up and get crispy.
Looking for a way to sneak some luscious pork belly into something healthy? Here's a great winter salad that combines the good and the oh-so-good!
We love finding new excuses to gather around the Memphis Grill and what beats brunch? This one-punch-brunch recipe brings all the components one would hope to find at a brunch buffet together on one little plate! Impress your friends with this delicious and easy meal. Plus enjoy..