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Smoke & Spice: Cooking with Smoke, the Real Way to Barbecue

Sample recipes from Smoke & Spice: Cooking with Smoke, the Real Way to Barbecue

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wild-willys-number-one-derful-rub

Wild Willy’s Number One-derful Rub

This is our main all-purpose rub; good on ribs, brisket, chicken, and more.

by Cheryl Jamison and Bill Jamison

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cajun-ragin-rub

Cajun Ragin’ Rub

This blend dances on your taste buds. Pair it with pork ribs or shoulder, or use it with shrimp or a meaty fish, such as snapper or redfish.

by Cheryl Jamison and Bill Jamison

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jalape_o-lime-marinade

Jalapeño-Lime Marinade

This feisty mixture adds a kick to shrimp and chicken.

by Cheryl Jamison and Bill Jamison

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bourbon-glazed-ribs

Bourbon-Glazed Ribs

This Kentucky-inspired recipe is our personal favorite for “wet” spareribs. They’re finished at the end with a mellow glaze that also ser...

by Cheryl Jamison and Bill Jamison

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maple-bourbon-ham

Maple-Bourbon Ham

This is substantially different but equally luscious approach to barbecued ham.

by Cheryl Jamison and Bill Jamison

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east-la-pork-tacos

East L.A. Pork Tacos

Shoulder chops start out a little tougher and fattier than their center-cut couaine, but many pork fans prefer their richer flavor and ch...

by Cheryl Jamison and Bill Jamison

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