Cindy Lou’s voodoo rib rub at best BBQ rubs and seasonings: Pig Candy Directions: Mix brown sugar, cayenne and Cindy Lou’s Oink It in a bowl. Lay bacon slices out flat. Sprinkle with mixed ingredients and pat gently (coating one side only) Use indirect heat and a drip pan (important to prevent flare-ups and catch the grease). Heat grill 300°F; Cook coated bacon until just before crispy as it will continue to cook. This should take about 30 minutes to 1 hour. Watch closely…it will not taste good if burnt! J Let cool and enjoy! *Note: Hot sugar will burn you…remove with tongs…cool on wire rack (do not use paper towels as the bacon will stick).
Injection Sauce Directions: Take one cube of butter and melt it in a sauce pan on medium heat, careful not to over heat the butter and burn it. Smash 4 large cloves of garlic and add them to the melted butter and let the garlic infuse into the butter for at least 5 minutes, the longer the better. You can also add seasonings to the butter such as the dry rub you are using on the outside of the tri-tip. Once the butter is infused with the garlic, either strain or remove the garlic from the butter. The butter is now ready to be injected into the tri-tip. You will want to let the butter cool a bit but not too much or the butter will thicken and you won’t be able to inject it into the meat. This is a relatively simple injection sauce. Be creative and add your own seasonings.
Cindy Lou’s Chili Lime is the classic combination of chili and lime along with our special spices for a unique Cali-Tex-Mex flavor. This rub works great on pork, chicken, seafood, vegetables and popcorn. Indulge Your Taste buds with Cindy Lou’s! Cindy Lou’s Veggie Delight is a perfectly balanced mild blend of our special spices making it the perfect rub for vegetables. It strikes the delicate balance of exotic and savory. Use on vegetables, lamb, chicken, pork, and beef. Find even more info at Pick the 3 best BBQ Seasonings.
Beer Can Chicken Cooking Directions: Preheat grill to 325 degrees. For the class, we cook on a Kamado Joe (without a heat deflector) and we put an aluminum pan to catch the drippings. For other style barbeques use indirect heat.Remove giblet package from chicken and discard or save for another use. Wash the chicken inside and out and then pat dry with paper towel. Rub liberally with olive oil inside and out and then rub your favorite Cindy Lou rub (We used Veggie Delight and Big Kahuna) liberally over chicken inside and out. Open the can and remove a little less than half of the contents. You can add more rub to the contents if you wish. Insert the can (or you may use the Kamado Joe Chicken Stand like we did in class) into the chicken’s “kazoo” as far as it will go so that the chicken is sitting upright. Next place it on the grill and kick out the two legs to make the bird stationary (like a tripod).
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