This all-purpose rub is blended to bring out the best in whatever graces your smoker or grill. Balance is the key to this versatile rub; saltiness, sweetness, spiciness, heat and peppery tones are there, but none overpower. We think you’ll be reaching for this one regularly!
This tangy, savory and bold rub is all you’ll need for perfect smoked ribs or fire – grilled steaks. Pig’s Ass Rub is a proven championship seasoning that will have your family and friends lickin’ the bones for every last bite.
This BBQ sauce is great when grilled or slow-smoked, and makes for a delicious dipping sauce.
Sweet and mild with a flavor similar to hickory but not as strong. Tasty with a subtle character. An all-around superior smoking wood. Try smoking with the nut shells as well. This is our preferred wood for Brisket. Good for most things including poultry, beef, pork and cheese. Pecan is the best for that beautiful… Read more »
A mild, musky, sweet smoke with a root beer aftertaste. Some say this is not a good candidate for smoking. Others love it. Especially good on beef, pork and poultry.
The flavor is milder and sweeter than hickory. Good with most meats, great on most white or pink meats, including chicken, turkey, pork and fish.
A strong, sweet, and dry smoke that is popular in restaurants as it is said the dryness of the smoke increases drink orders of patrons. Excellent with beef and pork.
A nice subtle smoke flavor much like apple. Slightly sweet, woodsy flavor. The smell is absolutely amazing. And just like ornamental apple and cherry, ornamental pear tree wood can be used like Bradford and Cleveland pears. Good on Poultry, game birds and pork.
Slightly sweet, woodsy flavor, milder and sweeter than hickory. Peach is a bit redder than apple and produces a better smoke ring and is a little more flavorful. Great on most white or pink meats, including chicken, turkey, pork and fish.
Most versatile of the hardwoods blending well with most meats. A mild smoke with no aftertaste. Oak gives food a beautiful smoked color. Red oak is believed to the best of the oak varieties. Good with red meat, pork, fish and big game.