Black Wood Bob's Favorite Recipes

Grilled wings

Black Wood Bob’s Famous Grilled Cajun Wings

Black Wood Bob’s Famous Grilled Cajun Wings 8 wingettes ( drums and flats ) per serving Tony Chachere’s Creole Seasoning ( Plenty ) Grill Temperature 300 to 325 degrees Wash and let chicken pieces dry Put wings in large Ziploc bag with one tablespoon of seasoning for every twelve wings. Seal up bag and shake…

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oysters on the grill

Char Grilled Oysters

Char Grilled Oysters- 6 oysters per person Appetizer Oysters should be in shell and fresh for best results Grill temp should be 400 degrees for best results Fresh lemons for juice Stick of Melted Butter Garlic Salt Fresh parmesan cheese Place oysters on grill at 400 degrees, should take about two to three minutes for…

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grilled asparagus with bacon

Grilled Asparagus

Grilled Asparagus- Two options for wrap 5 medium sticks of Asparagus per serving Half stick of unsalted butter melted Sea Salt Coarse Ground Pepper Either use strip bacon or thinly sliced prosciuto for wrap Grill temp should be 300 to 325 degrees Remove any hard tips from Asparagus tips and wash asparagus and dry Baste…

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grilled okra

Grilled Okra

Grilled Okra- Appetizer 4 medium length okra pods per skewer Grill temp 325 degrees 1/2 cup of extra virgin olive oil Garlic Salt Coarse Ground Pepper Put Okra on skewers sticking okra thru middle of Pod leaving about 1/4 inch between pods so heat can penetrate well. After completing skewers baste olive oil on both…

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grilled chicken legs on the s grill

Grilled Chicken Quarters (Bone In)

Grilled Chicken Quarters (Bone In) Use the same rub used on whole chickens, let rub sit on chicken for 2 hours prior to grilling. Grill temp should be 275 degrees and cook over direct heat but top should be down while cooking. Turn the chicken about every fifteen minutes to prevent burning. I usually baste…

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Whole Grilled Chicken

Whole Grilled Chicken ( Leave Skin on ) Need a Beer Can Chicken Holder or ceramic chicken holder that you can put liquid in to keep moisture inside cavity of chicken. Suggested Liquids- Beer, White wine, ginger ale, Dr. Pepper, Root Beer Rub Chicken with Garlic Salt, Coarse Ground Black Pepper and Paprika ( Equal…

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Pork Ribs ( St. Louis Cut, Baby Backs )

If you don’t know the simple method of removing skin membranes google it ( You will need sharp knife and Paper Towels ) Grill Temp should be 225 degrees and cook over indirect heat. For best results you should use a Vertical Rib Rack to put ribs in for grilling. Use all purpose rub or…

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Boston Butts

Boston Butts Grill Temp 225 degrees with indirect heat   You can use Simple Pork Rub or choose one you like ( No MSG ) Rub the butts all over and let sit 8 to 12 hours before cooking If you like, with most charcoal grills you can add 3 or 4 Wood Chunks (…

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Simple Rub For Pork

1/4 cup smoked Paprika 1/4 cup garlic salt 1 Tablespoon Cumin 1 Tablespoon Sea Salt 1 Tablespoon Coarse ground pepper 1/4 cup of light brown sugar If you want more heat add teaspoon of Cayenne This should make enough for 3 slabs of ribs, 2 boston butts, 1 large Pork Shoulder

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Our own Black Wood Bob shares some of his favorite grilling recipes

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