Raspberry Spiral Ham

Raspberry Spiral Ham

Bacon Wrapped Asparagus

Bacon Wrapped Asparagus

Here’s a simple side you can grill up alongside your favorite protein for a quick weeknight dinner. This bacon wrapped asparagus is also keto friendly and can make a tasty game day snack or appetizer as well. It is also a creative way to try to get your children to eat their veggies!

Beer Braised Pork Belly

Beer Braised Pork Belly

This melt-in-your-mouth beer braised pork belly is a show-stopping meal for any occasion. Slow braised in beer and a sticky sweet Asian sauce, the result is what bacon dreams are made of. Serve it up with white rice, Asian-style noodles or just eat it by itself.

Pulled Pork Taquitos

Pulled Pork Taquitos

These cheesy pulled pork taquitos are what tailgating and big game dreams are made of. Shredded low-and-slow smoked pork shoulder is tossed with tangy BBQ sauce, sour cream and cheddar cheese then rolled up in a tortilla and grilled until crispy. Easy to eat and easy to throw together, these homemade taquitos will be a hit served with BBQ sauce, salsa, ranch or guacamole.

Pork Belly Banh Mi

Pork Belly Banh Mi

Get ready to whip up one of the best sandwiches you’ll ever eat! Courtesy of former Master Chef winner Shaun O’Neale, these Vietnamese-inspired BBQ Pork Belly Banh Mi Sandwiches are filled with luscious smoked and braised pork belly, crunchy fresh vegetables, homemade pickles and a zippy sriracha lime sauce, all nestled in a hearty ciabatta roll. The pork belly gets the Boss treatment and is smoked on the grill for a little kick of wood-fired flavor before being drizzled in a sweet and tangy Asian sauce. The whole family will love the combination of flavors and textures!

BBQ Smoked Pork Loin

BBQ Smoked Pork Loin

An easy BBQ staple to have in your back pocket, this Smoked Pork Loin has just 3 ingredients and is simple to make. A leaner and inexpensive cut of pork, the pork loin roast becomes moist and juicy when smoked low and slow on the pellet grill. By scoring the outside of the loin and seasoning it generously, the outer fat will render down into a mouthwatering outer layer.  

Dry Rub Smoked Ribs

Dry Rub Smoked Ribs

This recipe might settle the dry rub vs wet rub debate once and for all. Well, maybe not, but these Dry Rub Smoked Ribs are so easy to make and packed with simple, sweet rib flavors, you might discover a new favorite way to season your baby back ribs. Our Pit Boss Sweet Heat Rub is a fan favorite because it doesn’t overpower the meaty and smoky flavors of the ribs. Instead it is just enough sweet and heat to be a perfect compliment.

Easy Ribs

Easy Ribs

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.

Smoked Bone-In Pork Chops

Smoked Bone-In Pork Chops

Easily learn how to cook smoked pork chops, juicy and with the bone-in for extra flavor. Make them for a special occasion or for a weeknight cookout. These loin chops are perfect for the pellet grill, so that you can relax and enjoy your event and let Pit Boss take care of the heavy lifting. Be sure to get your Pit Boss Smoker running early so that everyone’s mouths will be watering.

Smoked Dr. Pepper Ribs

Smoked Dr. Pepper Ribs

Fall off the bone tender, these Dr. Pepper Ribs are sweet, smoky and succulent. Meaty baby back ribs are generously seasoned in Sweet Rib Rub, then smoked them low and slow. Next, they’re braised in a bath of butter, brown sugar and Dr. Pepper until tender, then slathered in a sticky sweet Dr. Pepper BBQ sauce. The sauce caramelizes on the grill until slightly charred and gooey for a real bone lickin’ treat. 
Aric Almirola's Pit Stop Pork Sliders

Aric Almirola's Pit Stop Pork Sliders

If you’re looking for a simple way to feed a small army of people with delicious and high-quality barbecue, pulled pork sandwiches are always a fan favorite. Pork butt is cooked low and slow on the Pit Boss Pellet Grill then shredded and mixed with tangy barbecue sauce where it is piled onto a soft Kaiser Roll and topped with creamy coleslaw for a deeply satisfying sandwich.