Take us back to the beach… This week Chef Tom is reminiscing about the good ol’ days. Smoking hundreds of pounds of Creekstone Farms pork on the beach, feeding a thousand of our closest friends tacos. We may not be able to travel back in time, but we can still make delicious tacos at home
Chef Britt puts a Cajun twist on a French classic potted meat: Rillettes! She starts by creating a quick shrimp stock in the Instant Pot, then uses that to braise pork butt for hours on the Yoder Smokers YS640s!
In episode 2 of Red, White & Que, the atbbq.com crew visits Stroot Locker in Mulvane, Kansas where Butcher Justin Stroot breaks down a half hog into its primal cuts. Back at All Things Barbecue Chef Tom then smokes the whole shoulder and prepares a Pulled Pork Beer Can Cheeseburger.
Chef Tom brings together two of our favorite foods for these BBQ Pulled Pork Tacos, smoked on the Yoder Smokers pellet grill!
Everyone loves a good pulled pork sandwich, but getting it just right requires proper technique, some great flavors and a little time. Lucky for you, we’re here to walk you through it, step by step, but this isn’t any basic Barbecue Boston Butt Pulled Pork Shoulder recipe. We’ve got a few tricks up our sleeve!
Looking for a game day app? Chef Tom has got you covered! Check out this Grilled Bloomin’ Onion, cooked entirely on the Kamado Joe Ceramic Charcoal Grill.
Chef Eric is back with his Pork Bomb Sandwich, a simple, and impressive, sandwich built with pork and his blue smoked slaw recipe.
Arepas are an found in many places now, but are a distinct culinary icon in Colombia. These patties are composed of cooked corn meal combined with water and salt, at their simplest, though many variations exist. In this case, we’re splitting the arepa to stuff with fillings and serve as a sandwich.
What do you do with all that leftover pork shoulder from last weekend? You could make tacos or a pizza… again. Or, you could make this killer Pulled Pork Cornbread Waffle Sandwich with Caramelized Onion & Apple Chutney.
Chef Tom takes a little inspiration from the Carolinas and cooks up a whole pork shoulder and some cheese grits. Enjoy!
BBQ for breakfast? Yes, please! Really, though, this meal is great any time of day. I know at my house when we smoke a pork butt we can never quite finish off all of that pulled pork. This recipe is a great way to use your leftovers in a brand new way!
Chef Tom walks you through our technique for producing award winning competition pulled pork. This is the same recipe that gave us a 2nd Place Pork finish in our first ever KCBS competition.
Chef Tom crafts a split pea soup with pulled pork that is out of this world good, and is perfect for those long, snowy winter days.
Spaghetti is good. Pizza is awesome. Spaghetti Pizza (Spaghizza) is epic! I feel like most people would make pizza at home more often if it wasn’t for the headache of making the dough from scratch or having to go out and find a quality pre-made dough. It’s not even that it’s all that difficult, but
Chef Tom creates a take on the classic pulled pork sandwich with an amazing apple slaw to pair with the pork all piled up on ciabatta buns.
We hear that there is a thing called “Left over pulled pork”. We didn’t even know those words could be used together without the word “No” in front of it. Anyway if you have some of this delicacy around, we have a way to put it to good use.
This is a great recipe for leftover pulled pork, since we’ve never seen that here’s how we make our pulled pork too.
Baked beans just got better! Try this recipe to spice up your baked beans with juicy pulled pork!
Nachos just got a whole lot better. This recipe is a must-have for anybody who loves a cheesy pile of goodness!
Try this recipe and dress up your pulled pork by giving it some zest by making our Cattleman’s Grill Spicy Pickles recipe!