Hi! I’m Hannah, the Marketing Manager, and much more, for KC Pellets. Welcome to the first of a series of blogs I’ll be doing. You might have seen recently that I just got my first grill! Yes, my first ever grill and my first pellet grill. After a year of learning all about how amazing Green Mountain Grills are I finally got my own. I’m very excited to figure out how to use it and work on becoming and grill master!
I’ve already tried a couple recipes, I wanted to make sure I had the basics down before I started sharing my grilling. Which ended up being a good idea since I managed to catch my grill on fire. Fun Fact: bacon grease catches fire at 500 degrees. So if you are cooking that hot, don’t cook bacon first. But now that I can turn it on it’s time to start figuring out what I’m doing!
Through these blogs, and posts on Facebook and Instagram I’m going to be sharing what I’m cooking, what I’m ruining, sharing the tips I learn and asking for your tips! Getting a grill can be intimidating, but I’m here to share how fun and, hopefully, easy it can be to learn! But don’t get confused, this is definitely so I can get advice and tips from you guys. I might as well take advantage of the experts I have as customers.
Last weekend I tried to make my husbands favorite, Burnt Ends. I used Kosmo’s Q’s Brisket Burnt Ends recipe. But I used Bull Shit, AP Seasoning, Maple Bourbon Rib Glaze, and OP X-1 BBQ Sauce. (Side Note: Bull Shit is part of our new line from Big Cock Ranch, but it’s already one of my favorite rubs.) They turned out good, but they were a little dry.
This weekend I’m making my dad’s favorite, Prime Rib, for him for Father’s Day. I’m definitely more scared to tackle this one. Prime Rib is my dad’s favorite and he’s very picky about it. I would love any advice you have. And if you have a good recipe, feel free to leave that too!
I’m currently working on building out my collection of BBQ rubs, sauces, etc. I’d love to hear what your favorite things are. And let me know what you think I should make next!