Tag Archives: Miners Mix

Miners Mix Ranch-Marinated Chicken Thighs

This recipe makes chicken that’s far better than anyone would think based on the ingredients! Blend a 2:1 ratio of Hidden Valley Ranch salad dressing with Miners Mix Kit’s K.C. BBQ Rub. I usually use 1 cup dressing to ½ … Continue reading

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Miners Mix Pulled Pork – Yum!

The Day Before: Rub pork butt liberally with Miners Mix Maynards Memphis Rub. Apply rub heavily! Wrap in plastic wrap and refrigerate overnight. The Next Day: Prepare grill/smoker for indirect cooking and control heat to maintain temperature between 220 to … Continue reading

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Miner’s Mix Garlic Shrimp

While the Ol’ Miner is working on his next bit of wisdom, we thought we’d share a simple recipe with you.  Take a look, and try it the next time you grill! Miners Mix Garlic Shrimp To about 1 lb … Continue reading

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Other Cookers I’ve Owned

A couple of weeks ago, I talked about the Kamado style grills I own and a little later I spoke about my offset pit smoker. I have several more cookers sitting around that don’t get a lot of use anymore. … Continue reading

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Offset Pit Smokers

I have a smallish pit smoker; the cook chamber is about 5’ long and the cooking grates are about 22” wide. Though I prefer not to use racks to hold ribs vertical, my smoker will easily hold enough ribs in … Continue reading

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Over the next few days I’ll talk about the Cookers I’ve owned (that I can remember anyway)

A few years ago, when my ancestors and your ancestors were quite a bit more hirsute, stank, wore animal skins, and sported names like Gork and Zhug, one Albert Glackstein figured out that if you surrounded burning wood with a … Continue reading

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BBQ Tools

After 45 years or so of standing in front of a great variety of grills and pit smokers, cooking at EggFest events and in competition BBQ, this is my take on what’s needed and what’s not necessary as far as … Continue reading

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