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Bri Coelho

Hi! I'm Bri Coelho

I'm a professional chef and pastry chef and I am passionate about making everyday delicious and eating real food!




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Thank goodness for beautiful weather right now, right? This whole quarantine thing is really starting to wear on me, and I am sure its wearing on you as well. But with such beautiful weather it has inspired me to start cooking outdoors! I absolutely love a delicious meal prepared and enjoyed outside. It’s such a wonderful way to end the day. My family and I have been using the Masterbuilt Gravity Series 560 Digital Grill & Smoker, pretty much every day since it arrived, and the results have been truly fantastic. Especially this rib recipe, we have eaten it 2 times within the week already. When I say its super simple it really is! All you have to do is season the ribs and let the smoker do all the work! That’s it!

But let’s really talk about what I love most about this smoker, it’s that it uses charcoal instead of pellets! There is something so nostalgic and delicious about something being cooking on charcoal. It takes you right back to your camping days. I’m not saying pellet grills are bad either, do get me wrong, they also have delicious qualities to them as well. But this new charcoal smoker not only imparts delicious flavor but I can run it all on my phone! So that’s what I mean when I say this recipe is beyond easy to make. Since we are stuck at home why not order up a new Smoker to make you feel good again, makes you get outside and makes you have delicious meals! I really don’t see the problem with that! 




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 Carne Asada Dry Rub


·      1/2 cup granulated garlic

·      1/2 cup New Mexico chili powder

·      1/2 cup Pasilla chili powder

·      2 tablespoons ground cumin

·      2 tablespoons ground celery seed

·      6 tablespoons onion powder

·      1 tablespoon ground Mexican oregano

·      1 cup paprika

·      1/2 cup fresh ground black pepper

·      2 tablespoons ground coriander

·      1 teaspoon cinnamon


Mix all the ingredients together in a mixing bowl. Store in an air tight container, preferably a large glass jar. Will keep for up to 4-5 months.

 Charcoal Smoked Ribs

·      1 rack St. Louis Pork Ribs or Wild Boar Ribs

·      2 tablespoons Carne Asada Dry Rub

Preheat your Charcoal smoker to 220 F.

Pat the ribs dry with a clean paper towel. Season the ribs with the carne asada seasoning blend.

When the smoker is to temperature place the ribs in the smoker. 

Smoke the ribs for 4 hours at 220F.


So simple yet so delicious all due to the charcoal smoke!




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Hi! I'm Bri Coelho

I really love horses, tacos, matcha, and cooking healthy food!