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How to Make Pork Loin on the Smoker

How to Make Pork Loin on the Smoker

Pork loin is a fantastic cut of meat for cooking on the smoker. It is a large cut that lets you serve lots of people and the lean cut of meat is an ideal canvas for getting creative with flavors. Most importantly, the loin is affordable and cooks quickly so it is a great choice for almost any meal.P …
How to Carve a Turkey

How to Carve a Turkey

Carving a turkey can be an intimidating step, but it doesn't have to be when you know the easiest way to accomplish the task. We will share our method of carving the turkey and plating it so that your holiday meal is as beautiful as it is tasty.What You'll NeedThere are a couple of things that you s …
How Long Does It Take to Cook a Turkey?

How Long Does It Take to Cook a Turkey?

Have you ever been to a Thanksgiving meal and ended up having to drool over the side dishes while waiting for the turkey to be cooked all the way? Avoiding cold sides and hangry family members is easy when you know how long to cook a turkey. The length of time will depend on a few factors like the s …
How To Deep Fry A Turkey

How To Deep Fry A Turkey

You know that most of the time when we are looking to cook something delicious, we are going to head straight for our smoker. But a few years back, one of our friends invited us over for deep-fried turkey seasoned with the Bearded Butcher Blend Original seasoning. It was one of the best turkeys w …
How to Use a Charcoal Chimney

How to Use a Charcoal Chimney

A charcoal chimney starter is the correct tool for lighting lump charcoal or briquettes. A chimney starter is fairly simple to use once you know the proper way to light charcoal with it. The biggest thing about using a charcoal chimney starter is to practice safe handling when using it to prevent …
How to Cook Indirect Heat on a Big Green Egg

How to Cook Indirect Heat on a Big Green Egg

The Big Green Egg is an incredible and versatile tool for grilling, barbequing, and smoking. Its simple-seeming design is deceptively clever because of the numerous ways you can use a Big Green Egg to prepare delicious meals. The Big Green Egg is a type of kamado grill that has been adapted to meet …
How to Brine Practically Any Meat

How to Brine Practically Any Meat

Brining is a process you can use to enhance the juiciness and add flavor to any piece of meat. Brining is a technique that has been around since the dawn of time as a way to preserve meat and fish long before the invention of refrigeration. Over time, brining became a way to prepare meat that is …
What is the Best Cut for Pulled Pork?

What is the Best Cut for Pulled Pork?

Pulled pork is one of those magical meals that seems so complicated at first, but is a really simple thing to prepare. All you have to do to create restaurant-quality pulled pork is select the right cut of pork and make some good choices about seasonings. Then it's just a matter of cooking the pork …
How to Make Smash Burgers

How to Make Smash Burgers

While everyone loves a classic cheeseburger, smash burgers can take your summer BBQ to the next level. The benefit of a smashed burger is that you end up with a greater surface area and more opportunity for a Maillard reaction, which means more flavor. Tips for Making Smash Burgers Like ma …
Can You Freeze Corned Beef?

Can You Freeze Corned Beef?

You're at the supermarket and you notice a great deal on those prepackaged corned beef briskets and you wonder – 'Can I freeze corned beef?' Yes, you can, but you'll want to do it correctly to get the best results. We'll walk through the right way to freeze corned beef so that you get delicious m …
How to Control Temperature in a Smoker

How to Control Temperature in a Smoker

The most essential skill you need to develop in order to get great results from your wood-burning or charcoal smoker is maintaining the correct temperature throughout the cooking process. When temperatures drop or spike, you run the risk of ruining the flavor and texture of your meat. One o …
How to Make Beef Jerky at Home

How to Make Beef Jerky at Home

Jerky is a nutrient-dense snack that is packed with flavor. It's also easy to toss in your gym bag or stash in the glove box and it won't spoil for a long time. One of the best things about jerky is that it is available in a broad range of flavors and textures.Unfortunately, jerky isn't a cheap snac …
​How to Make Smoked Spatchcock Chicken

​How to Make Smoked Spatchcock Chicken

We’ve found the secret to the most delicious, juicy chicken on the planet, and it is a simple process that you can do with ease. If you’ve ever tried to smoke chicken, it is often a challenge to get the breast meat cooked all the way without overcooking the thigh and leg meat. The process can be ner …
How to Clean a Wild Turkey

How to Clean a Wild Turkey

Cleaning a wild turkey is a simple process, though you may enjoy the use of a plucker to speed things up. Below, we'll go over the general process with you and add a couple of tips along the way. Let's get started.Plucking the FeathersA plucker is often available for rent from local farm stores (or …
5 Steps to the Perfect Cut: How to Slice Brisket

5 Steps to the Perfect Cut: How to Slice Brisket

A smoked packer brisket is a truly beautiful thing to behold. The crisp, black bark carries the aroma of the wood it was smoked on, and just beneath are tender layers of perfectly pink beef. Brisket can be an intimidating cut of meat to smoke, and it's just as intimidating to slice. Even the best …
How Long to Let Pork Butt Rest After Smoking

How Long to Let Pork Butt Rest After Smoking

Let's talk about one of the biggest secret weapons that pitmasters possess – patience. It takes a lot of patience to properly marinade a pork butt roast, and a lot of patience to carefully smoke it low and slow. It also takes patience to let a perfect pork butt rest after smoking. We'll admit, …
How to Reheat Brisket and Keep it Juicy

How to Reheat Brisket and Keep it Juicy

Just the phrase 'Smoked Brisket' gets our mouths watering. There are few things in the world as delicious and satisfying as smoked brisket (especially our favorite recipe), but given that the average brisket weighs in at more than 10 pounds, you're almost guaranteed to have more meat leftove …
Guide to Slow Cooking: How to Barbecue Low and Slow

Guide to Slow Cooking: How to Barbecue Low and Slow

Most of the time when we want to cook something like beef brisket or a pork roast, we use a pellet smoker to get the flavor and texture we are after. We also realize that not everyone has a pellet smoker, so we want to talk about the best ways to cook low and slow on a charcoal grill. The comm …
How Do I Clean a Grill Brush?

How Do I Clean a Grill Brush?

The weather outside is finally warm enough to get the cover off the grill and barbecue some chicken. With excitement, you get the grill opened only to remember that the last time you used the grill was last Fall and the grunge from those giant ribeye steaks is still hanging out on the grill grate …
How to Make Deer Jerky at Home

How to Make Deer Jerky at Home

Venison jerky is one of our favorite snacks around this time of the year. Deer season has just finished and the deer are all processed and in the freezer, ready for delicious meals – this gives us the perfect opportunity to make our own, homemade deer jerky. Venison is a perfect meat for making j …
​How to Make Potato Chips at Home

​How to Make Potato Chips at Home

Crispy, crunchy, salty, and delicious, potato chips are a great snack on any day. But have you ever looked at the ingredients on a bag of potato chips? Yikes! There are so many things added into that bag of chips like chemicals, additives, colors, and preservatives. When you make potato chips at …
How to Clean a Meat Slicer

How to Clean a Meat Slicer

We can't stress enough how important food safety is, particularly in the home kitchen. It's incredibly easy to accidentally introduce bacteria into food when preparing it which can cause food to spoil or make someone sick. Foodborne illness is among the most common illnesses suffered by Americans …
How Long to Cook a Tomahawk Steak

How Long to Cook a Tomahawk Steak

Just like any large piece of meat, the most intimidating part of cooking a tomahawk steak is deciding how long to cook it without overdoing it. Worse, because of the long bone, you can also run the risk of overcooking the ribeye cap while leaving the round near the bone undercooked. Getting thing …
How to Grill the Best Burgers

How to Grill the Best Burgers

A perfectly grilled burger is a thing of art. Burgers seem like an easy meal to make, but often, homemade burgers turn out dry, misshapen, and altogether disappointing. There are several tricks you can use at home to get restaurant-quality results every time you grill a burger. We'll walk through …
How to Remove Rust From Grill Grates

How to Remove Rust From Grill Grates

Rusty grill grates both look unappealing to cook on and can cause lots of foods to stick. You should always try to prevent grill grates from getting rusty, but if they do, you'll want to follow a few tips to get them back into good shape.Is it OK to Grill on Rusted Grates? Theoretically, cookin …
How to Make Smoked Beef Jerky

How to Make Smoked Beef Jerky

Jerky is one of those epic treats that is portable, nutritious, and provides your body with a big boost of the essential nutrients you need to power through the day. Probably the biggest downside to beef jerky is the relatively high cost of good quality jerky snacks. All too often, you'll spend a bu …
Scott's Maple Chipotle Turkey Recipe (KISS Method)

Scott's Maple Chipotle Turkey Recipe (KISS Method)

We know the designated cook of the family always takes pride in their Thanksgiving Day turkey (Scott definitely does) so you probably already have a go-to Turkey recipe. But just incase you don't, or maybe you just want to switch things up this year, we're sharing Scott's tried and test …
Buttery Smoked Corn on the Cob Recipe

Buttery Smoked Corn on the Cob Recipe

The prime season for corn has just come to an end and the last harvest of the year is hitting grocery stores as we write this blog post. Now is the perfect time to snap up a few bags of sweet white and yellow corn to make the ideal side to any barbecue or smoked meat dish.While we love the classic m …
Smoked Turkey Brine Recipe

Smoked Turkey Brine Recipe

There is nothing that says November like turkey. We don't care if it's roasted, fried, or smoked, turkey is a wonderful protein that is as fun to cook as it is impressive to serve. After years of struggling to find ways to cook a turkey without drying the breast meat out, we discovered that the best …
Cooking Chicken 101

Cooking Chicken 101

Chicken is one of the most popular dishes in America. It's a low-cost protein that doesn't have strong flavors and can be prepared in a number of creative ways. The downside to chicken is that it can easily be overcooked, leaving you with a dry, tasteless, and inedible meal. Even worse is when …
Smoking Times and Temperatures

Smoking Times and Temperatures

Perfectly smoking meat is as much an art as it is a science. If you know the correct temperature to run your smoker and the ideal internal temperature of your meat, you stand a good chance of getting the science part right. The artistry is all about the flavors, spices, and wood you choose. Today, w …
How to Make Wild Game Stock

How to Make Wild Game Stock

One of the best ways to make sure you are using every part of wild game you harvest is to make a stock. Stock is one of the easiest things you can make but it does take time and attention. There are a couple ways to make stock but the best way in our opinion is to make it on the stove top. But …
How to Use a Charcoal Chimney

How to Use a Charcoal Chimney

We've all seen someone make a nice little pile of charcoal and then pour half a gallon of lighter fluid on it. Sure, the ensuing fireball is fun to watch, but it's also dangerous, toxic, and wasteful.Would you believe that in the U.S., $37 million in property damage every year is the result of impro …
Start a Homestead: For Beginners

Start a Homestead: For Beginners

Many people in the U.S. have recently found themselves with lots of spare time on their hands. They've also realized they don't need to go to the office every day to do their jobs. This change in work habits has provided tens of thousands of Americans with the opportunity to find ways …
How to Cut a Flank Steak

How to Cut a Flank Steak

Flank steak is a common favorite cut for grilling. It's an intensely flavorful cut despite being lean and boneless. Flank is one of our go-to proteins for a quick weekday meal that makes for excellent steak sandwiches or fajitas. Cutting flank steak correctly is essential …
Seasoning A Blackstone Griddle

Seasoning A Blackstone Griddle

The Blackstone griddle is an awesome tool for your backyard cookout adventures. We love it so much, we even have a whole post dedicated to our favorite griddle recipes. A properly seasoned griddle lets you fry an egg without oil, sear a steak without sticking, and grill fish without the skin flaking …
How to Clean a Big Green Egg

How to Clean a Big Green Egg

The Big Green Egg is a phenomenal charcoal kamado grill and smoker, but it is also a big financial investment. It makes sense that you would want to keep it clean so that it will last for a long time. Cleaning your Big Green Egg is simple to do and doesn't take much work as long as yo …
The Best Smoked Meats

The Best Smoked Meats

We know how it is – you're standing there at the butcher counter, looking at all the different cuts of meat and thinking about what you would like to smoke this weekend. Maybe beef, or pork – but what about a whole chicken or some turkey drumsticks? Figuring out the best meat for smoking isn't al …
How to Make Beef Bone Broth

How to Make Beef Bone Broth

Numerous health magazines and nutritional gurus have said for years that adding beef bone broth to your diet is an excellent way to get important vitamins and nutrients while encouraging natural and healthy weight loss. Beef bone broth is also delicious and is an easy to make ingredient that will ta …
How to Start Homesteading

How to Start Homesteading

Food shortages and stay-at-home orders during the pandemic drove many people who had never considered the idea to look seriously at incorporating homesteading concepts into everyday life. For the first time, a ton of people had time on their hands to explore their dreams of a simple lifestyle. …
How to Clean A Pellet Grill

How to Clean A Pellet Grill

We had an interesting discussion recently about cleaning pellet grills. It turns out that some people never clean their grill. They clean the grates as necessary, but that's it. Not cleaning the whole pellet grill is understandable, at least. You usually don't think about it until you are firing up …
The Ultimate Guide to Smoking with A Traeger Grill

The Ultimate Guide to Smoking with A Traeger Grill

Many people start out their smoker journey learning on upright, charcoal smokers. These are inexpensive and effective tools that force you to learn the skills for properly smoking different cuts of meat. It takes lots of practice to master the venting and temperature control. But when you buy a …
What is Reverse Sear?

What is Reverse Sear?

There may be nothing more awesome than a perfectly seared medium rare steak. When you slice through the crisp, crackly crust and reveal tender, juicy beef, you know that steak is going to be delicious. Getting the ideal sear isn't difficult, but it does take a little practice and some know-how. I …
Burnt Ends: What They Are and How to Make Them (RECIPE)

Burnt Ends: What They Are and How to Make Them (RECIPE)

Burnt Ends. The candy in a pitmaster's arsenal. There's a few different cuts of meat that can be used, but in the end, we have one, simple, go-to recipe that we like to use for meaty, crispy, burnt end goodness.What Are Burnt EndsBurnt ends are cubed pieces of beef or pork cut into roughly 1"x1"x1" …
How to Cook a Medium Rare Steak

How to Cook a Medium Rare Steak

One of the most intimidating things that you will face as you start to become an experienced grill master is how to know exactly when to pull your meat for the perfect finish. There are a few things you can learn to watch for and a couple tools that will have you making the perfect medium-rare steak …
How to Cook Grass Fed Beef

How to Cook Grass Fed Beef

You've made the decision to switch your family from "regular, ol' beef" to 100% grass fed. You know that major scientific organizations say grass fed beef is healthier because it's lower in saturated fat and higher in beneficial fatty acids. You have even read all the articles from news organization …
Ultimate Guide: How to Butcher a Goat

Ultimate Guide: How to Butcher a Goat

Picture this: The skies are grey in Ohio today and winter seems intent on holding on for a bit longer. Slushy snow covers the ground and the spring grasses haven't broken through yet. If this were a normal day, the highway would be plowed clean, but this isn't a normal day and frozen drifts that loo …
What Is Brisket?

What Is Brisket?

Let's talk about one of the most misunderstood cuts of beef around that also happens to be one of our favorites to smoke on the Traeger – brisket. Brisket is a tough cut of beef that needs to be prepared correctly to be edible. Brisket is lean and has long, stringy fibers so it's easy to overcook. T …
The Ultimate Guide: How to BBQ

The Ultimate Guide: How to BBQ

Our favorite way to cook anything is on the barbecue. It could be steaks, wild game, or even vegetables. Give us an opportunity to fire up the grill and we are on it. If you are new to barbecuing or are looking for handy tips and tricks to improve your grill-game, this guide is going to be a big …
How to Shop for the Best Cuts of Steak

How to Shop for the Best Cuts of Steak

Who doesn't love a thick, juicy steak seared to perfection and dripping with delicious flavor? Getting that perfect cut of steak takes more than just cooking it correctly, you first have to start with a good piece of meat. Shopping for the best cut of steak is challenging when you don't know the thi …
How to Defrost Chicken

How to Defrost Chicken

A frozen chicken is a wonderful thing to have when you decide that a savory roast bird sounds good. There are several common mistakes people make when they defrost chicken that can make it less tasty and even dangerous. We are going to explain the safe way to defrost a frozen chicken so you get grea …
Most Common Smoking Mistakes and How to Avoid Them

Most Common Smoking Mistakes and How to Avoid Them

Smoking meat can be an intimidating process because you're dealing with long cooking times, usually large and expensive cuts of meat, and the constant risk that something will go wrong. Sooner or later, everyone has a smoking fail. It's just going to happen at some point. You can minimize …
Tallow vs Lard

Tallow vs Lard

Beef tallow is a form of rendered fat that is shelf-stable and has a high smoke point. Tallow was once an important product to households all over the Western world. It was used to make shaving cream, candles, and it was easily accessible to all but the poorest people for cooking oil. Since World Wa …
How to Remove Rust From Cast Iron

How to Remove Rust From Cast Iron

We've all been there, cruising a yard sale and suddenly you spot a pile of rusty cast iron pots and pans. You spot the perfect cast iron skillet, but it's heavy with rust. Most of the time, you can follow some simple steps to remove rust from cast iron without damaging the cookware. We are going to …
The Best Smoked Brisket Recipe

The Best Smoked Brisket Recipe

Beef brisket is one of those cuts of meat many people are too intimidated to try cooking. Brisket can be a challenge – it is a lean and tough cut that often is overcooked.Brisket is frequently served boiled and corned at St. Patrick's Day tables across the US, but well-made smoked beef brisket is al …
The Best Way to Reheat Steak

The Best Way to Reheat Steak

Last night's steak was juicy, flavorful, and had the perfect crispy bark. But at the end of the night, you have a bit of that tender deliciousness left over. Steak is one of the more troublesome things to reheat. It has a tendency to lose flavor, dry out quickly, and become tough to chew. But tha …
Our Favorite Beef Tri-Tip Recipe

Our Favorite Beef Tri-Tip Recipe

Beef tri-tip is a cut of beef that's often overcooked, resulting in a tough, dry, and not very appealing meal. Cooking a perfect tri-tip isn't hard when you know how to do it right. We're going to share with you our favorite way to make juicy, tender tri-tip. One of the great things about this cu …
How to Regulate Temperature in a Charcoal Grill

How to Regulate Temperature in a Charcoal Grill

Since the very first time someone threw meat over a fire, regulating the temperature has been vital to proper cooking. Once you master the proper technique to maintain a specific temperature in your grill, you'll be able to perfectly cook any type of meat. In this article, we'll explain the componen …
The Best Stuffing Recipes for Thanksgiving

The Best Stuffing Recipes for Thanksgiving

Next to politics and football, few things cause more contention around the Thanksgiving table than stuffing. Stuffing is nearly as iconic as turkey, but there are many different recipes and everyone seems to have a favorite. Now, don't get us wrong, there is nothing wrong with that boxed stuffing …
Top 5 Thanksgiving Side Dishes

Top 5 Thanksgiving Side Dishes

For some people, Thanksgiving is all about the side dishes. The perfect side dishes will compliment your turkey by adding flavors, textures, and colors to your Thanksgiving menu. There's no limit to the number of excellent side dish recipes out there you can make this Thanksgiving.We have …
How to Make the Best Hot Dogs at Home

How to Make the Best Hot Dogs at Home

Hot dogs are one of those ultimate comfort food items. They're equally popular with ketchup and mustard at your summertime backyard barbecue, as they are smothered in chili and cheese that's been simmering for hours on a cold, fall day. But buying commercially-produced hot dogs is always a little …
Curing Meat at Home

Curing Meat at Home

It's easier than you think to make your own cured meat. Long before refrigeration, our ancestors discovered that meat could be preserved using salt. Salt draws moisture from meat, preventing the growth of bacteria, and ensuring the meat doesn't rot. The process uses salt to cure meat, and it …
How to Brine Chicken

How to Brine Chicken

The Easiest Way to Make the Best Roast Chicken You Have Ever TastedFall is in the air, the leaves are changing color, and soon, the cool weather will settle in. It's the time of year for pies and cinnamon and all things delicious and warm. It's also the perfect time of year to perfect your baked chi …
Grilling and Reverse Searing a Bison Tomahawk Steak

Grilling and Reverse Searing a Bison Tomahawk Steak

The Bearded Butchers share their recipe for an amazing, juicy, flavorful steak. There are lots of techniques people use to create wonderful flavors and textures when grilling. A popular way to cook a steak right now is the reverse sear method. This fancy term is actually a really easy way to ge …
How to Make Deer Snack Sticks

How to Make Deer Snack Sticks

With deer season almost on top of us, it’s time to start thinning the freezer. If you have trimmings or ground meat, you can make smokies at home. Smokies make for a great snack and they'll keep on a long day hike if you follow the same recipe we use today. Smokies, or sticks as some folks call …
How to Make Ground Beef at Home

How to Make Ground Beef at Home

Have you ever wondered what’s in that package of ground beef you bought at the grocery store? Seriously, it could be practically anything. One thing you know it isn’t: high-quality beef. And do you really want to cook with anything but the best? The beef (even your steaks) doesn’t have to be graded …
How to Sharpen a Knife

How to Sharpen a Knife

It might seem counter-intuitive, but you are more likely to cut yourself with a dull knife than a sharp one. When you use a dull knife, you have to press harder to cut, which can cause the blade to slip. Learning to properly sharpen a knife is a skill anyone who enjoys cooking needs to learn. Sharpe …
Chicken Stock vs. Chicken Broth: Making and Using Both

Chicken Stock vs. Chicken Broth: Making and Using Both

Our blog readers and our YouTube audience have likely noticed we are big advocates of using every possible part of an animal. We don't like wasting anything. In our opinion, it’s simply the right way to harvest any animal, and let’s face it – there are some delicious parts many people leave on …
The Benefits of Smoking with Wood Pellets

The Benefits of Smoking with Wood Pellets

One of our favorite tools to use is our Traeger Grills Iron Wood 885 smoker. Those of you watching our Youtube channel know how much we enjoy smoking everything. Following our recipes is easy, but what to do if you don’t have a smoker? Well, you can use wood pellets and chips in a gas grill or a cha …
How to Make Summer Sausage at Home

How to Make Summer Sausage at Home

In this article, we will show you how to make summer sausage with non-commercial equipment you can buy and use at home for professional results. We are going to break down the science behind flavoring and detail the spices we use to make our favorite summer sausage. We will also share with you how a …
How to Clean A Grill

How to Clean A Grill

Have you ever been to a friends house for dinner and had your meal served on a dirty plate? It doesn’t matter how amazing the smell or appearance, the quality of the ingredients, or the skill the meal took to make – anyone eating off a dirty plate is going to question just how clean the food actuall …
Chipotle Wild Turkey Nuggets

Chipotle Wild Turkey Nuggets

The thunderous gobble reverberated through the dense morning air like the old bird was right on top of us. Sneaking down a creekbed, out of sight from the roost tree, we were able to get within a couple of hundred yards of where the bird had sounded off. A decoy was placed, and as the hens started t …
The Perfect Smoked Pork Butt

The Perfect Smoked Pork Butt

How to Make the Best Pulled Pork You've Ever Had Today, it’s all about pulled pork. Pulled pork is an excellent, flavorful way to cook a pork roast. It’s equally delicious between some fresh baked rolls as it is in a giant tortilla with fresh salsa. The smoked pulled pork we are going to show y …
How to Make Bone Broth at Home

How to Make Bone Broth at Home

What is Bone Broth and Why You Should Make It Somewhere back near the beginning of time, our ancestors started boiling bones and other animal parts in water, releasing the nutritious and healthy vitamins, proteins, and minerals from otherwise inedible parts. Those early humans …
The Best Grilled Chicken Recipe: Chipotle Chicken Kabobs

The Best Grilled Chicken Recipe: Chipotle Chicken Kabobs

All across the nation, the weather is heating up. The days are getting longer, which of course means that it’s getting to be time to fire up the Big Green Egg and have friends and family over. Kabobs are fast and fun to make, delicious, and easy to share. The Bearded Butchers would like to share one …
How to Field Dress A Deer

How to Field Dress A Deer

Once you've field dressed your deer, be sure to check out our mega post that walks through the entire process of butchering your deer at home. One of the most intimidating parts of learning to hunt is the right way to field dress the animal you have harvested. We know the process can seem …
The Ultimate Corned Beef Recipe

The Ultimate Corned Beef Recipe

Nothing screams St. Patrick’s Day like the delicious aroma of a slow-simmered corned brisket. Why would you want to eat generic corned beef when it is so simple to do it yourself? Today, we will walk you through the process from butchering to feasting. When we’re finished here, you’ll know how to ma …
Cook The Ultimate Filet Mignon: How to Reverse Sear Steak

Cook The Ultimate Filet Mignon: How to Reverse Sear Steak

Everyone loves a good steak but cooking the perfect one at home can be intimidating, especially if you like expensive cuts or wild game. That’s why we want to share our favorite and sure-fire method for getting that crispy outside and juicy center – reverse searing.In this case, we’re going to focus …