Chef Eric Gephart of Kamado Joe finally shares his world famous Shrimp & Grits recipe, and he’s doing it right here on The Sauce! From the perfectly cooked cheesy grits to the rich butter sauce and char grilled skewered shrimp, this recipe is an instant classic! Don’t miss out. Cook it and tell us what
Chef Tom chars tomatoes, Anaheim peppers, red carrots and yellow onion directly on a charcoal fire to create an incredible charred tomato soup. Enjoy!
There’s nothing like building a fire and cooking a meal over it. It’s a primal way of cooking that connects you to your food and creates incredible flavor, color and texture. The Clementi Pulcinella Wood Fired Oven gives you the opportunity to do this in style. In this beautiful, delicious Wood-Fired Chicken Flatbread recipe, we explore the
These Grilled Italiano Jalapeno Poppers are a perfect appetizer or game day snack.
Perfectly grill buffalo wings and cover in your scratch-made sauce to take your game day menu to the next level.
We’ve preached for years that the best way to cook poultry is using the spatchcock method. Well today we’ll break it down for you. This is the barbecue 101, must know recipe and technique that everyone who dips their feet into the world of BBQ must know. This is Spactchcock BBQ Chicken.
Pork Belly Burnt Ends are quickly becoming a new barbecue classic. Of course, these are modeled after the burnt ends from the point meat of the brisket, but they stand alone as an incredibly tasty presentation of the pork belly. This one is great year round, whether it’s for game day snacks, summertime BBQs or
Pitmaster Josh Cary and Chef Tom Jackson talk a bit about a food with almost no history, pork belly burnt ends, and discuss what makes them so fantastic.