Our philosophy on barbecue

At Auspitmasters, we’re passionate about barbecue and the power it has of bringing people together. From the delicious aromas wandering across your fence to your neighbor's yard, to sending your guests home each with a Tupperware full of leftovers. Here you’ll discover recipes, techniques and tips to help you improve your skills and take you from barbecue enthusiast to pitmaster.

Recent Posts

November 26, 2022

Monte Cristo Sandwiches Recipe

The Monte Cristo Sandwich is the greatest version of a ham and cheese sandwich you have ever encountered. This sandwich is not just an amazing way to use leftovers, but is truly worth cooking the turkey and ham just for this recipe.
November 25, 2022

Smoked Buffalo Dip Recipe

Buffalo chicken dip brings together all of the best parts of the classic buffalo style hot wing, but in a creamy, dip form that makes you wonder why the wings ever take centre stage!
November 11, 2022

How to use a meat thermometer

When it comes to using the thermometer for making low and slow barbecue, there are a couple of great tips which will save you time, stress, and cold hard cash. Using the thermometer in the right way will get you the most accurate reading, the best finished product and avoid the ever-looming threat of throwing out that brisket and having to order pizza.
November 9, 2022

What to look for in a BBQ Thermometer

There is an old saying when it comes to barbecue which is: Its ready when its ready, and this is so true! So much of how to cook incredible low and slow is taking it to the right doneness-And that's why you need a quality BBQ thermometer.
November 6, 2022

Green Thai Curry Turkey

This recipe is definitely one of my new favorites and combines the rich, earthy flavors of turkey with punchy, bright, vibrant flavors you find in Thai style cuisine.
November 6, 2022

Apricot & Mustard Glazed Ham

This ham recipe, is my take on the traditional honey baked ham, but with a few upgrades to make it more my style. This recipe still combines that winning combo of mustard, with a sweet kick, while also ramping up the smoky flavor to bring some additional complexity to the meat.

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