Tuesday, July 05, 2011

Summer Fun BBQ Giveaway - Gear and GC - Enter by 7/10/2011

The 4th of July has come and gone, but the good times still roll with my Barbecue Master Summer Fun BBQ giveaway. I'm really excited about this contest and all the great prizes.

Prize Bundle List - WOW! - Great Stuff You Can Win

* Guy’s new cookbook- Guy Fieri Food: Cookin’ It, Livin’ It, Lovin’ It

* Four (4) big, bold BBQ sauces featured in Guy's BBQ Sampler Set

* The ultimate grilling tool set

* Digital thermometer

* $25 American Express gift card to purchase pork or what you want at a local retailer

Food: Cookin' It, Livin' It, Lovin' It by Guy Fieri

You'll find lots of inspiration in Guy Fieri's new cookbook. This is a big hardback cookbook packed full of yummy recipes and great photos.

Inside Guy Fieri's New Cookbook

Doesn't this Red Rocker Margarite Chicken look delicious? It's just one of many recipes in the cookbook ranging from poultry and seafood to pizza/pasta and dishes especially for kids.

Guy Fieri's New Line of Barbecue Sauces

In addition to the Fieri cookbook, you'll also get the sampler of his barbecue sauces. Readers may recall that I reviewed his North Carolina #6 which is a really nice sauce reflective of my area of the country.

Get Your Grill on with a Nice Barbecue Tool Set

When you're out at the grill saucing up some pork chops or chicken, you need tools. The gift bundle also includes this heavy duty BBQ tool collection.

Add a Digital Thermometer to that Prize Pack

To make sure that all your grilled foods come out perfect, you also get a ditial grill thermometer.

Hungry Yet?

Now, I'll bet you're hungry. You're in luck again, because this prize pack also includes a $25 gift card, so you can pick up some pork to fire up on the grill.

Holy cow (or perhaps I should say pig), that are some great prizes. And one lucky reader will get the whole package.

How to Enter the Barbecue Master Summer Fun Barbecue Giveaway

I'm a hobby barbecue blogger and like to keep these contests simple and low tech.

To enter, all you need to do is go to comments and give other readers a tip for grilling pork or if you don't have any tips, then just tell me why you'd like to win this giveaway prize pack. I do moderate the comments, so you don't get stuck reading spam or seeing naughty links. So, you won't see your comment immediatly. I have to get on and approve each one, but I do that often.

Yes. Simple as that. Just leave a comment, and you are entered. Be sure to leave some way to get in touch though, because I'll need to get a mailing address from the winner. That's the only data I gather or give out - just the winner and just so the prize can be mailed.

I know some readers like extra entry options, so if you Tweet, Facebook, or blog about the contest, you get extra slips in the hat. Just leave a comment letting me know that you added an extra entry. And, yes, you can do all three if you like.

The contest will run through July 10, 2011 EST 11:59 pm. The winner will be pulled on the 11th to start the week off really nice for a lucky Barbecue Master winner.

Winners will need to be from the U.S. due to shipping. I do appreciate my wonderful international readers and wish it were easier to ship out.

Note: The National Pork Board will be providing the gifts; however, I serve as the sponsor for the contest. I'm not connected with the Pork Council or any of the prize companies. I did get the same prize as being offered to a reader (those photos you see that I put up).

THANKS to everyone who entered and for the great pork grilling tips. My son drew the name, and Tom won this gift package. Congratulations Tom.

I don't keep contact lists, but there is an automatic email update over to the right side. Keep an eye out. I host giveaways now and then and enjoy having the chance to see someone win a nice gift like this package provided by the National Pork Board.

171 comments:

bonniemyers said...

I don't grill without fresh lemon juice and oregano, especially with pork!!

bonniemyers said...

Always take fresh lemon and oregano when grilling. Especially when grilling pork!

Alli said...

We like to let our pork sweat a bit after we have rubbed it down before it goes on the grill

Kim said...

I dont know how to BBQ pork as Im a vegetarian. But I really love Guy and watch him everyday and could use the extra help. Thanks

Wayne Brown said...

Great giveaway! I find that when I'm doing a pork butt in the smoker, mustard makes a really great adhesive for any rub that you may use.

GaryGlen said...

Number 1 tip for pork: Don't overcook. Use a meat thermometer and remember, the USDA now says we only need to cook it to 145-degrees F with a 3 minute sit time.

Joanie said...

I have to admit, I like Guy F. I haven't done pork any way but as chops, but once it's grilled, I do like to stick it in the processor and tear it up a little, add some Texas Pete and yom!

Gimme three extra slips in the hat, 'cause Tweeting and Facebooking is my thang. I'll be blogging it too!

Eric Hanson said...

Always brine a pork butt before preparing it for low and slow cooking on the smoker. Then find your injectable sauce and fill 'er up. Be prepared for a 12 hour wait before that pork butt is done. Be sure to mop along the way and finish it off in the last 10 minutes with your sauce. The best part of the pulled pork is the crust. Its not very hard, just very time consuming. Start two days out from when you want to serve your guests.

Joey said...

well i cant grill because we are in a horrible drought and burn ban :o( .. but (If i won this) when its lifted ill be ready to go!

Steve Korot said...

I do a kryopack of pork butt for the 4th of July and invite a whole bunch of people....
I like to rub some mustard which helps the rub stick....I smoke the butts and achieve a temp of 190-195....Once pulled, I add a splash of the rub I used along with some apple juice and apple cider vinegar for moisture and flavor....It all goes over very well with my friends....

Ken & Patti Fisher said...

I like pork about any way you can dream of. I use a pellet grill and smoke everything at least 30 minutes before I put any heat to it...Just Awsome....

Ken & Patti Fisher

Lexiquin said...

My grilling tip: have someone else do it! Seriously, my husband masters the grill in our family. I want to win this prize because I love pork! Thanks for the giveaway.
aleq13@gmail.com

Lexiquin said...

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Joseph said...

For the juiciest pork tenderloin ever, rotisserie it on the grill. I'm a purist: Salt and pepper is all you need. Use a meat thermometer so that you don't overcook, and a medium sized loin will be cooked to succulent perfection in about 15 minutes on the rotating spit. Couldn't be easier.

Enjoy,
Joseph, New York City
(Hell yeah we grill here. Surf, too!)

eclairre said...

I would love to win because I just got a new barbecue grill and I would love to have a cool prize pack to go along with it!

Chase said...

When I read "grilling pork" my go to is chops. Always always always, buy thick cut bone in pork chops. Look for meat with a dark rich color and marbling, not the pale washed out stuff that looks closer to chicken. Marinate for an hour or so with any flavor you like.

Courtney said...

This would be such a great product to win! i absolutely love Guy Fieri and watch him everyday on the Food Network..i have been trying to improve my skills as well, but grilling hasn't been the easiest because i haven't had the right tools..now i can!

Janet Glaser said...

What fantastic prizes! I believe the N C barbeque flavor is the best. My hubby, when in the USAF in Goldsboro, NC, worked at a barbeque restaurant. He is a BarBQ lover, but still favors NC BarBQ. He is trying to discover the best way to do ribs on the grill.

I'll add this contest to facebook for sure!

Joselyn Vaughn said...

My husband loves grilling so this would be a great gift for him!

Joselyn

Sharon said...

Wow! What a nice giveaway! Thanks for including me.

Sharon said...

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The Fantastic Four said...

Love Pork!! I always think less is more when cooking so I like a little seasoning salt and then let it sweat!!
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Laurel Kane said...

When we're doing ribs, we make a bbq/coca-cola spread to put over it!

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kolpin said...

i'd like to win bc i'm buying my very 1st grill this summer
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Joe Myers said...

Get the grill nice and hot before you put the meat on.

Gary Housr said...

Two of my favorite ways to cook pork - stuffed pork loin with fresh herbs. Stuffed pork loin with apple sage dressing.

My favorite way to cook it and my tip - cedar plank it! The smoke and flavors are over the top. Preheat one side of the plank till it starts to burn. Flip it over, oil it and place your pork on the burnt side. Cook till done :-) oh, so good!

Gary

Gary House said...

Two of my favorite ways to cook pork - stuffed pork loin with fresh herbs. Stuffed pork loin with apple sage dressing.

My favorite way to cook it and my tip - cedar plank it! The smoke and flavors are over the top. Preheat one side of the plank till it starts to burn. Flip it over, oil it and place your pork on the burnt side. Cook till done :-) oh, so good!

Gary

Es Jackson aka Two Tales said...

a good brine solution and a good rub...what makes a good brine or rub? 3 or 4 basic ingrediants for brines use a fruit juice (I prefer apple cider for pork,,kosher salt (never ever any that has been iodized) crushed black pepper, dark brown sugar and garlic powder..these are the bare essentials..if ya want heat add crushed red pepper to it...I also add a can of Ginger soda (my preference is Vernors)brine for at least 24 hours, rinse it the next day several times and let it soak in ice cold water for an hour or two, then rub it down with the same dry ingrediants that you put in the brine with the addition of dry mustard, and like any good BBQ it has to be cooked low and slow. I never let the grill/smoker get above 180*F for a full loin (10-13#) it should take 4-6 hours to reach 150*F pull it wrap it in foil, then wrap it in a heavy beach towl then place it in a cooler for another hour..this will be the juicest most tender best tasting pork loin you have ever wrapped your tounge around...

Thanks Cyndi for this oppertunity
Ed (Two Tales) Jackson
rej7551@hotmail.com

cbusch said...

I love to treat my pork with LOVE. I use a dry rub first and follow up with a great sauce. Would love to try this. Thanks. chaselhoff at usa dot net.

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ape2016 said...

I don't have a tip for grilling pork, but I do have one for leftover pork chops- toss them in a pot of spaghetti sauce and serve with pasta. Pork chops and spaghetti sounds weird, but is wonderful!
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Mike D said...

This is a great prize pack! One thing I always do when smoking a shoulder is whenever I check my temperature, usually every 1.5 - 2 hrs, I quickly spray a apple juice and whiskey mixture for more moisture and flavor!

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Sophie said...

I want to win because Guy is hot!!!!!! No actually because i've never grilled pork and would like to try

jenspurg said...

Love using Dale's seasoning to marinate everything we grill.
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Amy Sue's Place said...

I want to win this package for my Dad, who is a huge Guy Fieri fan!

Janet said...

I would like to win this for my husband who does the grilling.

We usually like to apply a dry rub and let it marinate in frig overnite then grill

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shala_darkstone said...

I don't really have any tips. I'd love to win this for my hubby who adores grilling. He's been using a dry rub lately.
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Elena said...

I marinade pork in wine and herbs and then grill it. Thank you for the giveaway!

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Kimberly said...

We don't know much about grilling pork but we just got a grill and would love to master the skill of grilling!

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Hope said...

I like to try different marinades and rubs; one of my favs is sweet bbq sauce. Marinade overnight, and it tastes great!
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Hope said...

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David said...

I would love to win this giveaway to enjoy summer grilling with my little girls. My wife and I love your blog and appreciate the chance at this giveaway. My best tip would be to apply the sauce to the pork during the last minute or two to prevent scorching. Thank you again and good luck to everyone!

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Kimberly said...

tweeted about this! https://twitter.com/#!/utahcountymom

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Dee N said...

When we grill pork, we marinade over night in the fridge. Always yummy! Thanks for the great giveaway!



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Lyn said...

Love the "Other White Meat" in this house! When we grill, we generally put it in a salt/sugar brine and then make sure you don't overcook it! I mean who can forget Mom's pork chops that tasted like shoe leather. LOL
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BanditBBQ said...

Though it has, I'm sure, been stated MANY times, the magical secret to grilling (or smoking) out the most tender, juicy, delectible pork ever, is to watch the internal temp of the meat. 145*F in the center of the cut is sure to be the winning number. Make sure your thermometer is not touching bone, or sticking through to the grill grate or pan, and remember to rest the pork for a few minutes before cutting into it, so that the spectacular juices of the pork redistribute throughout the cut.

Here's an equally important follow-up tip: Know thy pork. Be sure to grill and/or cook pork often enough that you don't have to continually stick the cut over and over to check the internal temp. The more holes you put in it, the more flavorful juices you are likely to lose.

So, long story short...GRILL PORK OFTEN! :)

Anonymous said...

I don't grill much so I'm lovin' the advice from others. Thanks for the great giveaway and the tips!
Shelby
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Shelia said...

Ooohhhh great prize pack! Enter me!

Schkinner said...

My mom makes the best pork ribs (and I'm slowly learning!) We put the thawed ribs in a glass baking dish with a load of onions and seasonings to preference (mainly minced garlic, salt, and pepper for us). Add about 1 C water and cover with foil. Bake for 2 hours at 300 degrees. When the pork is tender, we pull it out and place the bare ribs on the grill with LOADS of BBQ sauce until the sauce caramelizes. OHHHHHH...so juicy and fall-off-the-bone DELICIOUS!
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Lesley Mitchell said...

Great post, giveaway and comments! I'd love to win this kit because I don't have much in the way of grilling tools!
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Lynda Del. said...

Grilling Tip: Don't rely on BBQ sauce to flavor your meat. Experiment with marinades, seasonings and rubs to give your meat unique and delicious tastes.
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Michelle said...

so glad the temp for pork has been adjusted-no more dried out meat!
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Alex Jerman said...

No big secrets, just make it slow and never overuse barbecue sauce unless its a mediocre cut. I'd like to win this set for my housemate so I can teach him to grill. He's a beginner :(

charity/ccboobooy said...

Tip: Make sure the grill isn't too hot...that's an easy way to burn pork. Also, use lot's of seasoning on it.


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Megan said...

I'm no grilling expert, but my hubby is, and this would be a great surprise for him when he gets hom from training!

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Chris said...

My brother has spoiled us with his smoked pork shoulder and he won't give out th secret..lol. So I'll say I'd like to win to be able to learn some tips from Guy to upstage him.

twocuff said...

I don't grill but my hubby does and this would be a wonderful surprise for him. Thanks!!

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Miss Sarah said...

Dad's the Grill Guy at our house and I'd love to surprise him with these. :)

Thanks for the giveaway!
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gkbccb said...

i am a new gfc follower and my email is public on my public blogger profile,

Melissa W said...

I use a big roaster to cook pork in, it works great.

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Michelle Spayde said...

My brother-in-law is fabulous at grilling, but his tools are looking a bit shappy. That's why I'd like to win! OH, and then he'd also be obligated to invite everyone over for a BBQ

spayde.michelle@gmail.com

Little Miss Sunshine said...

I don't grill much - I leave that to my husband. I'd love to win this for him - he loves barbecuing!
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Laurie said...

I would love to win this great giveaway!

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Chavonne said...

My grilling tip is not to use much salt, instead use herbs/spices because the grill taste alone makes it taste so good.

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Sarah said...

Soy sauce and ginger and great for marinading pork to grill!
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daivabaum said...

We don't usually grill pork..and I don't really know why :) I'd love to win because this set would make a great gift for my hubby and we do grill other foods - steaks, hamburgers, chicken, etc.. and I would like to grill pork as well.
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daivabaum said...

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Heather R said...

I would love to win this for my husband. We have purchased our first real grill this summer and I would love to get him this prize pack to start off grilling!

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Shelley said...

I don't have a good tip as my husband does the bbqing. I would love to win this for his birthday gift.Thanks
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Diana said...

Don't overcook when you grill!!
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degood said...

What a fun giveaway. I haven't used my grill all that much because here in Seattle, summer just started about two weeks ago, but I look forward to using more in July and August.

kerrie@mayansfamily.com

Chris said...

My tip for grilling pork?
1) Brine loins and and thick chops
2) 145f. really it's okay, even the USDA changed their mind :)

Great giveaway!

dailymom said...

I would love to win this because my husband and I just got a grill a couple months ago, and we both could use some help and this would be great to get us past just grilling hamburgers and hot dogs
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Aubs said...

I would like to win BECAUSE I don't have any pork grilling tips :) Apparently I need to learn some!

Anonymous said...

We don't cook with pork, but this sure makes me want to!
Thanks for hosting!!!
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Julie said...

My husband likes to marinade pork with apricot jam...like to win this for him for his birthday-he is the "griller" in the family thanks
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Julie said...

My husband likes to marinade pork with apricot jam
like to win this for a birthday present for him as he loves to grill
thanks
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Julie said...

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Liz said...

My husband does the grilling so I don't really have any tips. I would like to win this though, for my husband. He really likes Guy Fieri, it always looking for a new, good BBQ sauce, and could really use the new grill tools! Thanks so much for the chance!

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Deb K said...

I love to grill my pork after I soak it in Soy Sauce

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Mindie said...

This is an awesome giveaway! Would love to win this!!!

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Marija said...

I haven't grilled pork before, so I don't have any tips. I'd love to try, though! I grill a lot of burgers and brats but would love to expand my options.

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Marija said...

I haven't grilled pork before, so I don't have any tips. I'd love to try, though! I grill a lot of burgers and brats but would love to expand my options.

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Anne said...

I'd like to win because I'm not very experienced at grilling, and I'd love to learn more from the book
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FIT for a child said...

I always suggest letting the meat rest as long as possible. I know this is an easy step but as a beginner I made this mistake and always had dry meat. Its also easy to forget when you are in a hurry but it makes all the difference!

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Busy Tennessee Mom said...

Pork on the grill is a family favorite, we use salt, pepper, dash of garlic, dash of mustard and after it is cooked through we add a nice touch of bbq sauce.

thanks,
BusyTennesseeMom@charter.net

traciet said...

Love to win this to give my DH to go with his new BBQ grill! tracietrump@yahoo.com

Almost Crazy Coupon Lady said...

like to rub it down, sometimes overnight b4 cooking the pork

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Darrell said...

keep an eye on your temperature and don't let it get too high. Pork should be nice and juicy not dry!

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jbafaith said...

I want to win because I love food grilled outside! Nothing can beat the taste!

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Teresa said...

I would love to win this, I would love to try those sauces and see what tips Guy Fieri's new cookbook has!
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Teresa said...

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Terri said...

I don't have any tips to share, unfortunately, but I would love to win this package because we just got a nice, new grill and I'm raring to go! I'd love to learn a few things from Guy! Thanks!
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Terri said...

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hendy said...

I can honestly say I've never grilled anything so I couldn't give any tips BUT my boyfriend is an avid BBQ and I would love to win this for him for the cookbook and BBQ tools which I don't think he has. Thanks
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...tom... said...

...
Of course you gotta start with a nice thick _Iowa_Chop_

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. . .and be sure to let them set for a few minutes before serving..!!


...tom...
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Just Coupons said...

The only tip I have really is not to overcook the pork.. and make sure you really coat ribs (or pork roast) with lots of rub.
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Anonymous said...

i would love to win because i'm moving to kansas city- i need to brush on my BBQ skills! scg00387 at yahoo dot com

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Anonymous said...

Pork to the grill healthy

lollimom said...

We keep it simple by using garlic, garlic powder or garlic salt.
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cw said...

My husband is the griller and I would love to get this prize pack for his birthday (in Aug).

blandrews13 said...

I haven't done much grilling before, but would love to start. Would love to win this to get me motivated!

Erin Slattery said...

Boil ribs before marinating and putting on the grill. GFC follower.
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winterbabe98 said...

My husband 's recommendation is to grill it low and slow! (He's the one I want to win it for!)

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Krista said...

I love to use ranch dressing in my burgers when I grill! Thanks for the chance.

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winterbabe98 said...

tweeted!!!
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winterbabe98 said...

shared on Facebook! (Barb S.)

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Joe Belcher said...

Take a pork tenderloin and brine in salt, water, beer, maple syrup and Crushed garlic,black pepper for at least two hours. Rinse and either use a dry rub or not but no extra salt then place on grill on low to medium heat. Meanwhile take a bottle of Paul Newman's Balsamic Vinaigrette salad dressing and put about half of it in a sauce pan to reduce on low heat. Take it down to about half or less. Add an equal amount of BBQ Sauce (without added smoke flavoring; you are using a grill and it gets its own smoke flavoring for cryin' out loud) and about a quarter cup of high quality hot sauce. Then when the tenderloin is just ready, still a very faint pink in the middle, remove from grill, slice and cover with sauce. Oh MY!

debbielynne said...

I partially boil my pork ribs before grilling. It makes them juicier!

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Sally Hansley Odum said...

I shared the link on Facebook, Cyndi.
We wrap pork spare ribs in tinfoil part of the cooking time to make it juicier & we coat it with a molasses-based sauce. Yummy! Contact me via Facebook if I win! Thanks for sharing.

Sally Hansley Odum said...

Okay Cyndi - I don't mean to post twice, but I don't know if the last one "went" or not. I posted the link on Facebook. We wrap spare ribs in tin foil for part of the cooking time to make it juicier & we use a molasses-based sauce. It's delicious - had this meal just the other night, with the addition of baked beans, stewed squash & biscuits.

jadavis said...

I don't have any tips but would like to win this for my uncle who does all the grilling at our family events as a way to say thank you. It just wouldn't be the same if he didn't man the grill!
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jadavis said...

I shared this on facebook!
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jadavis said...

I tweeted!
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Yona Williams said...

I've never grilled pork before, but I'd love to win because then I would have my father grill pork tenderloin for me. Email: yona(at)pricelesswriters.com

Mari said...

My dh loves to grill, even when it's cold out! But he keeps his secret recipes to himself!

I'd love to give this as a present to my dh.

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pbandjb2 said...

I would love to win this bbq package because I am just starting out with grilling. My wife and kids are sick of burned food, I have slightly improved over the last few weeks, but I know winning this prize pack will give me the extra boost to give my family some great grilled food! Not to mention, I am a fan of Guy Fieri and try to watch diners drive ins and dives as often as I can. Thanks for the chance to win a great package!

Gianna said...

I marinate mine overnight in the fridge before grilling.

Gianna said...

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Michelle said...

My biggest tips are to oil well so it doesn't stick and don't over cook! delondra@gmail.com

heartnsoulcooking said...

One of my favorite BBQ pork recipe is SPICY PORK SKEWERS
My tip is to soak bamboo skewers in water for at least 30 minutes so they don't burn in the grill.
LINK to RECIPE;
http://heartnsoulcooking.blogspot.com/2010/03/spicy-pork-skewers.html
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heartnsoulcooking said...

Tweet
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heartnsoulcooking said...

Shared on FB
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carole said...

love to win this prize because I need that meat thermometer.....have to be so careful about cooking meat!

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Anonymous said...

Winter Grillin' Steve entered (-:

Jenn said...

no tips, but i would love to win this as a gift for my grill master of a brother.

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jsc123 said...

McCormicks Montreal Steak Seasoning also adds excellent flavor to grilled pork.

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shirley said...

I don't have a tip, but would love to win for my son, he would love it.
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Brynn said...

Always always marinate before cooking for at least 6 hours!
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matthew said...

I grill with a rub, then apply a suace to soak in after it has been grilled, which keeps things cleaner. matthew harman

1955nurse said...

My best tip for grilling pork, is not to OVERcook it! We do a porkloin on the grill, split down the center w/slices of pepperjack cheeese inserted. Use toothpicks to close, marinate w/pineapple teriyaki sauce (or Lemon pepper if so desired!), wrap in foil & cook on grill about 30 minute per pound. Let cool X 10 minutes IN THE FOIL, then unwrap and enjoy!!!((1955nursehjc4me(at)myway(dot)com)) TY!

Robyn said...

I would love to win this for my husband, he love grilling and would be so excited about this!
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Andrea said...

I really am horrible at grilling anything so that's why I could really use this book and items. I need all the help I can get.

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Andrea said...

Twittered about giveaway. @flyballmom
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Andrea said...

Following on GFC. Andrea Wittwer
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Andrea said...

Subscribed to posts. flyballmom82@gmail.com

jenspurg said...

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Trhyno3 said...

Pork tip is not not overcook and go low and slow. I also like a apple-mustard glaze on pork!