Double Smoked Ham

Double Smoked ham

Take your Thanksgiving to the next level by transforming your pre-cooked ham into a family-favorite meal! The ham is coated with Pit Boss® Pecan Maple Walnut Rub, which gives this classic holiday dish a sweet and savory flavor. Double smoked with Pit Boss Apple Blend Hardwood Pellets and glazed with a mixture of apple juice and honey, the ham retains the perfect amount of smoke flavor while remaining moist, juicy, and bursting with flavor.

Pork Ribs

Pumpkin Spice Pork Ribs

The Pumpkin Spice Pork Ribs are a barbecue classic with a holiday twist. This easy-to-follow recipe is seasoned with Pit Boss® Pumpkin Spice Rub, wrapped with apple juice and butter, and smoked until perfectly tender. You can’t go wrong with these juicy, succulent, fall-off-the-bone ribs!

Smoked Pork Loin Recipe

Smoked Pork Loin

Looking for a showstopper recipe this Holiday season? Look no further! The Pork Loin is rubbed with Pit Boss® Bourbon Apple Spice for a unique and sweet-buttery flavor and smoked with Pit Boss® Hickory Blend Hardwood Pellets for a robust and smoky taste, giving this pork dish just the right amount of flavor.

Apple bacon Smoked Ham

Apple Bacon Smoked Ham with Glazed Carrots

Bringing the ultimate in pork flavor this twice smoked ham incorporates delicious apple and bacon flavors for a truly savory, sweet Easter Sunday treat. As the spiral cut ham is already pre-cut, this is one of the quicker cuts of meat to smoke and should take no more than two hours on your Pit Boss Pellet Grill. Enjoy the smells as the apple glaze reduces down and the ham and bacon smoke slow and low. This is one the cook and guests won’t be able to wait to for as the aromas will permeate your backyard.
Hickory Smoked Pork Shoulder with Apple Cider Vinegar

Hickory Smoked Pork Shoulder with Apple Cider Vinegar

Easily learn how to make a tender and juicy hickory smoked pork shoulder with an apple cider vinegar marinade that is packed with flavor. This pellet grill recipe was envisioned for that carefree Sunday afternoon BBQ with friends and family. Be sure to start your cook early so you’ll have their mouths watering by the time they arrive and smell the Pit Boss smoking away.