The Art of Smoking Meats: A Masterclass from John Mull’s

BBQ Smoking Tips from John Mull’s: How to Achieve Perfectly Smoked Meats Every Time

Smoking meats is an art form, and with a few simple tips, you can achieve perfectly smoked meats every time.

1. Start with quality meats. Quality meats will have more flavor and will be easier to smoke. Look for cuts that are well-marbled and have a good fat content.

2. Choose the right wood. Different woods will impart different flavors to your meats. Hickory, mesquite, and applewood are all popular choices.

3. Prepare your smoker. Make sure your smoker is clean and in good working order. Check the temperature gauge and make sure it is accurate.

4. Use a dry rub. A dry rub is a mixture of spices and herbs that you rub onto the meat before smoking. This will add flavor and help to create a delicious crust.

5. Smoke low and slow. Smoking meats at a low temperature over a long period of time will ensure that the meat is cooked evenly and has a great smoky flavor.

6. Monitor the temperature. Make sure to keep an eye on the temperature of your smoker. If it gets too hot, the meat will cook too quickly and can become dry and tough.

7. Rest the meat. Once the meat is done smoking, let it rest for at least 10 minutes before serving. This will allow the juices to redistribute and will make the meat more tender and flavorful.

By following these tips, you can achieve perfectly smoked meats every time. With a little practice, you’ll be a master of the smoker in no time!