This Pan Seared Ribeye Steak is a sizzling new way to cook your favorite cut of beef. Instead of cooking directly on the grill grates, the ribeye steak is basted in a Pit Boss Chop House Rub and herb-infused compound butter. The butter and flat surface of the cast iron create a crispy outer sear with mouthwatering juiciness from butter basting. Treat yourself and serve with a generous pat of compound butter on top.
Learn how to make Brisket Burnt Ends with this simple recipe that uses a Georgia style mustard-based BBQ sauce. These burnt ends make a great appetizer for a game day party. Fire this one up in the morning and you should have them ready to go for the afternoon kick off.
They say everything is better with bacon, and smoked brisket is no exception. We seasoned the brisket flat in our Texas-style Pit Boss Lonestar Brisket Rub then smoked it low and slow. Halfway through the cook, the flat is wrapped in bacon, which renders as it cooks, adding delicious moisture and flavor to the brisket.