Smoked Rack of Ribs
Yes, you too can enjoy a delicious smoked rack of ribs using a wood pellet smoker grill like the Green Mountain Grills Davy Crockett (or any pellet smoker grill) I used to prepare these ribs. Easy Peasy – just checkout the recipe below.
Season the ribs by rubbing all sides with extra virgin olive oil and use your favorite dry rub or my Pork Dry Rub – See page 169 of my cookbook – The Wood Pellet Smoker and Grill Cookbook. Wrap the seasoned ribs with plastic wrap and refrigerate overnight.
Preheat your Green Mountain Grills WiFi Controlled Davy Crockett Portable Wood Pellet Grill or any wood pellet grill to 220ºF using 100% hard wood CookinPellets.com Premium Perfect Mix wood pellets. Smoke the rack of ribs for an hour before bumping the pit temperature to 250°F. Smoke/cook the ribs for an additional 4 to 5 hours until the internal temperature of the ribs reach 200°F. Rest the ribs for 10 minutes loosely under a foil tent before serving.
Smoked Butt Portion Ham
Love my GMG Davy Crockett Wi-Fi Controlled Wood Pellet Smoker Grill for smaller meals and/or one of a kind items. This ham is a perfect size over my MAK 2 Star grill. Been using my Davy Crockett at home and on the road in our RV. Transferring the grill back and forth between the 2 gets old after a while. Therefore I have ordered the new GMG Trek Wi-Fi Controlled Portable Wood Pellet Tailgating Grill for exclusive use in the RV. Can’t wait to take delivery on the new Trek and use it on the road.
Hickory Smoked Meatloaf on the Davy Crockett
In order to help keep your Green Mountain Grills WiFi controlled Davy Crockett wood pellet smoker and grill clean, I highly recommend using a foil pan with a small grate to keep the meatloaves out of the grease and keep the grease out of the pellet grill. In my old age, I use all the tricks needed to make my job easier.
- 1 lb 80/20% Hamburger
- 1 lb Jimmy Dean Pork Sausage
- Medium red onion, diced
- ½ red bell pepper, diced (Optional)
- 2 eggs
- 1 cup Italian breadcrumbs
- 1 tsp granulated garlic
- 1 tsp garlic salt
- 1 tsp black pepper
- 1 cups tomato sauce
- Mix all ingredients in a large bowl, separate evenly and shape into two meatloaves (reserve 1 cup tomato sauce)
- Preheat your wood pellet smoker grill or Green Mountain Grills WiFi Controlled Davy Crockett to 200ºF using CookinPellets.com Hickory hard wood pellets
- Smoke the meatloaves at 200ºF for an hour
- Bump the Davy Crockett pit temperature to 350ºF to finish the cook until the internal temperature reached 160ºF
- Near the end of the cook top the meatloaves with the remaining tomato sauce
- Rest the meatloaves loosely under a foil tent for 10 minutes before serving
For planning purposes only: It took about 2¾ hours from start to finish. Always cook to an internal temperature of 160°F.
Smoked Pork Tenderloin
Trim excess fat and silver skin from the Pork Tenderloin. Rub all sides of the Tenderloins with roasted garlic extra virgin olive oil and season liberally using my Pork Dry Rub (page 169 of my cookbook, The Wood Pellet Smoker and Grill Cookbook). Wrap the Pork Tenderloins in plastic and refrigerate for at least 4 hours or overnight.
Preheat your wood pellet smoker grill or a Green Mountain Grills WiFi Controlled Davy Crockett to 225ºF using CookinPellets.com Hickory hard wood pellets. Use a teflon grill mat to prevent the Pork Tenderloin from sticking to the grill grates. Smoke the Pork Tenderloin for 2 hours at 225ºF until the internal temperature of the Pork Tenderloins, at the thickest part, reaches 145ºF. Rest the Smoked Pork Tenderloin loosely under a foil tent for 10 minutes before slicing against the grain and serving.
Smoked Chicken Half
Preheated my Green Mountain Grills WiFi Controlled Davy Crockett Portable Wood Pellet Grills to 200°F using 100% hard wood CookinPellets.com Premium Perfect Mix wood pellets. Used a foil pan with a small wire rack for the smoking/cooking of the half chicken.