Smoker Recipes, and Barbecue Recipes
From The Troops


Active military, and veterans, share your smoker recipes, barbecue recipes, experiences, and tips with our BBQ community. Your unique experiences are legendary, which includes your need to barbecue anywhere, anytime, with virtually nothing.

From sand-pit BBQ, half barrel grills, coffee can smokers, to contemporary BBQ cookers, you've barbecued with it all!

From stray goats 'n chickens (or whatever wandered in the compound), meat "acquired" from the mess, fish from the fantail, or fauna bargained from a local, you've been there, done that!

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Declare your prowess at the fire, story, or tips, with the rest of us, and we'll publish it on this site. When your submission is accepted, we'll give you your own page! If you have it, include a photo...

A picture of you, your unit's BBQ, your unique cooker, "grillin' the critter", or anything relevant to your input, will be enjoyed by all.

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This section is dedicated for the respect we have for those who have served. This is your voice for the passion you have barbecuing, even in service to your country, under extraordinary circumstances. Keep on, keepin' on!

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Most of us who have served have great barbecue experiences...so rave on!

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Your Favorite Barbecue Story

Click on the links below to see some great barbecue experiences written by other veterans.

Barbecue "Somewhere" in Iraq 
While deployed to “somewhere” in Iraq, we Southerners wanted a little taste of the States (Southern Style). And being in an oil rich country like Iraq, …

Plywood, Bolt Cutters and Stolen British Meat... My 4th of July Story. 
For months we had been occupying a house on the outskirts of an Iraqi city and for that entire time we had nothing but frozen food labeled "Fit For Prison …

My BBQ in the Atalantic Not rated yet
I served on a submarine for 20 years. We took a new construction submarine down to the sound trials area and we surfaced for a swim call. We had a couple …

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