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Many hunters and wild game enthusiasts refer to the Sandhill Crane as the ribeye in the sky.  That’s because their breast meat is as tender and juicy as a prime cut ribeye when it is cooked to perfection.  This recipe will teach you how to do just that on your ASF BBQ pit.  Prep Time: 15 minutes Cook Time: 22 minutes   Ingredients 3 sandhill crane breasts, deboned and cut in half 1/2 cup bourbon 1/2 cup soy sauce 1/2 cup olive oil 1/4 cup brown sugar 1/4 cup dijon mustard Tablespoon of favorite rub or steak seasoning Tablespoon of...

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In honor of National Cheeseburger Day we kicked it up a notch with Bacon Stuffed Venison Cheeseburgers! This simple recipe is sure to take your burger game to the next level. Juicy cheeseburgers dripping with flavor await!   Prep Time: 15 minutes Cook Time: 20-25 minutes 2lbs venison hamburger meat 1/2lb thick cut bacon Sliced cheese BBQ sauce Bread crumbs 2 eggs Salt Pepper   Step 1 - Light a fire in the ASF BBQ pit with a large pile of charcoal. Step 2 - Dice up 1/2 pound of bacon and mix in a bowl with 2 pounds of venison...

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Here's a spicy queso dip that's easy to put together and melt on the ASF smoker. This recipe is simple clean up and delicious flavors make this one of our favorite appetizers! Prep Time: 10 - 15 minutes Cook Time: 45 minutes 1 - brick Velveeta cubed 8 oz - Monterrey Jack Cheese cubed 1lb – Chorizo - vunison chorizo was used for this recipe 8 – Roma tomatoes halved and seeded 2 – Sweet onions quartered 2 – jalapeno peppers 1 bunch – Cilantro chopped Olive Oil for brushing vegetables to roast   Step 1- Prepare a bed of hot coals...

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You can blacken fish inside your house on a stovetop, but why make the mess?  If you’re all for a simple, easy after dinner clean-up, then do it on your ASF BBQ pit.  It just makes sense!  Light a large pile of coals in the pit, grab a cast iron skillet and some grease, and you’re ready to go! Prep Time: 15 - 20 minutes Cook Time: 5 minutes Ingredients: Fish Fillets Blackened Seasoning Olive Oil Cast Iron Skillet Directions: Step 1 - Light a fire in the BBQ pit using a generous pile of charcoal. Step 2 - Liberally...

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Nothing says “Summertime BBQ,” like some juicy baby back ribs, fresh off the the pit.  Whether it’s for a 4th of July bash, or a simple Sunday afternoon barbecue, this recipe will wow your family and friends.  Get ready to see them licking their fingers and asking for more! Prep Time: 15 minutes Cook Time: 4 hours 30 minutes Ingredients: Rack of Ribs BBQ Sauce and Seasoning of your choice Directions: Step 1: Turn the pellet grill on and set it to “Smoke” mode. Step 2: Remove the thin membrane from the back/bone side of rack.  You can use the...

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