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Recipe:  Ribeye Steak
About:  Recreate the best steak in the world on your own home grill!
Recipe:  The Greatest Burger in the World
About:  Joe's Greatest Burger in the World recipe lives up to it's name with family, friends, and critics alike! Call up your local butcher for some ground ribeye and get to grillin'!
Recipe:  Here's Joe's take on Stone Crab Mustard Sauce
About:  Perfect dipping sauce for cold-serve stone crab or any other crab dish. This mustard sauce could be a great condiment to add to your burger, or a homemade sandwich!
Recipe:  Island Shrimp Tacos
About:  Island Shrimp Tacos are your light a fresh option that's delicious year round! Add this to your new year's resolution menu. It's easy to make, and very delicious!
Recipe:  Joe's Canadian Salmon Championship Recipe
About:  Joe's impromptu entry into the Canadian Salmon Championship resulted in this recipe that swept the competition. Try this 1.5hr recipe at home for a quick and delicious Smoked Salmon.
Recipe:  Cherry Bread Pudding with Bourbon Sauce
About:  Joe's take on this classic recipe will make you reconsider everything you thought you knew about Bread Pudding.
Recipe:  Black Eyed Peas
About:  Get your good luck for the New Year! Joe's Black Eyed Peas are extra tasty, with bacon grease and all kinds of goodness.
Recipe:  Fried Turkey
About:  Learn how to make Joe's famous fried turkey.
Recipe:  World Championship Pork Butt
About:  Recipe that will equip you to smoke the most unbelievable, moist, and delicious pork shoulder of your life.
Recipe:  Smoked Turkey
About:  Joe's smoked turkey is the ultimate way to feed your family this Thanksgiving! You can skip the hard parts and order a smoked turkey for the holidays now! Call the Joe's nearest you to place your order!
Recipe:  All Purpose BBQ Rub
About:  Joe's Original Rub took years to develop. He spent countless hours mixing herbs and spices until he found this perfectly balanced rub. At home, Joe uses this on nearly everything, chicken, pork, fish, beef, you name it! He even rims the Las Vegas World Champion Bloody Mary glasses with this delectable mixture. Now, you have the secret too!
Recipe:  Oklahoma Joe’s BBQ Ribs
About:  Joe’s rib recipe was developed over years of fierce competition in the barbecue circuit. Joe would practice smoking the ribs at hundreds of competitions each year until he refined the award-winning recipe to perfection. We hope you enjoy USA Today’s pick for the #1 ribs in America.
Recipe:  World Championship Bevo Brisket
About:  Over the first few years of competition BBQ I tried everything including the kitchen sink on Brisket. Different Rubs, different cooking temperatures, tumbling, orange juice, pineapple juice, apple wood, peach wood, I even tried sassafras wood. Then I came to the realization that simple is better in cooking a brisket. A couple of combined rubs, pecan wood and moderate cooking temperatures are the ticket. I won my first World Championship with this recipe in 1993 at the Jack Daniel’s World Championship BBQ Contest. It has been serving me well ever since then. If you ever see me messing around with another recipe for brisket slap me and tell me to snap out of it!
Recipe:  Joes Black Iron BBQ Shrimp
About:  Ever since my first trip to Louisiana, I have been in love with shrimp. My good friend Bubba was always “sayin', shrimp is the fruit of the sea. You can barbecue it, boil it, broil it, bake it, sauté it. Dey's uh, shrimp-kabobs, shrimp creole, shrimp gumbo. Pan fried, deep fried, stir-fried. There's pineapple shrimp, lemon shrimp, coconut shrimp, pepper shrimp, shrimp soup, shrimp stew, shrimp salad, shrimp and potatoes, shrimp burger, shrimp sandwich. That- that's about it.” Oh but Black Iron BBQ Shrimp is my favorite!