Matt Pittman, founder of Meat Church BBQ, split his childhood between pork-preaching Alabama and beef-worshipping Texas, and this blend reflects that. It combines the Hickory used for cooking hog in the Deep South with the Oak preferred by Texas pitmasters. The result is bold, assertive smoke flavor that makes every dish praise-worthy.
This simple salmon recipe really lets the flavor shine. Start with a salmon fillet, brush with Italian dressing, and sprinkle with Traeger’s Blackened Saskatchewan Rub. That’s it. Grill the fish for 20-30 minutes and get ready to dig in!
Bring some Texas heat to to the table with this sizzling football fare, fit for your fellow fans.
Don't mess with this Texas brisket from Pitmaster Matt Pittman. It's light on ingredients and heavy on flavor inspired by the "Lone Star State."
With the perfect balance of sweet and heat, these spares are hard to beat. Matt Pittman's recipe combines two different rubs, an apple juice spritz, and a sweet, saucy finish for BBQ rib perfection.