- Heat grill to high (600+ degrees)
- Apply Espresso Rub liberally to both sides of the steak.
- Brush grill grates with canola oil.
- With the grill cover closed as much as possible, sear the steak for 3 1/2 minutes on each side until the center of the steak reads 125 degrees on a Thermapen.
- Remove from heat, top with a pat of butter and let rest 5 minutes.
- Heat smoker to 225 degrees and add hickory chips
- Apply Pork Rub generously over the entire cut of pork.
- Smoke for 2 hours
- Wrap pork in foil with a little apple juice and return to smoker for an hour
- Heat grill to 400 degrees, brush on BBQ sauce and caramelize for 20 minutes turning occasionally.
- Heat grill to medium heat (400 degrees)
- Rinse and pat chicken legs dry.
- Coat drumsticks in Wing Rub
- Oil grill grates with canola oil.
- Cook turning every 5-6 minutes until internal temp is 185-190 degrees (approx. 30-35 minutes). Optional: brush on BBQ sauce during the last 10 minutes and allow to caramelize.
- Heat grill to medium-high heat (400 degrees)
- Pat salmon dry and sprinkle on Lemon Rosemary Rub
- Oil grill grates with canola oil
- Place salmon skin side down and cook 7-8 minutes.
- When cooked white fat will start to run out, remove from grill with spatula
- Heat grill to medium-high heat (350-400 degrees)
- Rinse and pat dry wings and drumettes (cut off wing tips for easier cooking).
- Season wings generously in Wing Rub (you can add any type of cooking oil to the wings prior to using the rub if you want crisper skin)
- Arrange on grill turning every few minutes until cooked through (approx. 16-18 minutes).
- For the sauce, use approx 1 stick of butter with one bottle of your favorite wing sauce and heat in a sauce pan. I use this ratio of sauce to approximately 5 lbs of wings.
- When cooked, pull the wings from the grill and put into crockpot or bowl and pour the sauce over. For tailgates or parties I prefer to use a crockpot and this also helps tenderize the wings. The wings are fine without buffalo sauce too, which is how my kids enjoy them.
- Serve with blue cheese or ranch, or as my friends say “both!”