Mashed potatoes reimagined… in the most delicious way! These Duck Fat Smashed Potatoes with Pancetta Gravy feature baby potatoes, roasted on the Yoder Smokers YS640s Pellet Grill, smashed and smothered in a rich gravy with cured Italian pork!
Chef Britt shows you how to take your cranberry sauce to the next level with this Charred Cranberry Mostarda! This simple recipe pairs well with turkey, chicken, or pork!
“Niçoise.” You may have seen the word previously on a menu, but are not entirely sure how to pronounce it. Niçoise (pronounced “nee-swahz”) is a classic French dish often found in European Bistros and adored by culinarians around the world. Although you can find more traditional iterations that only use cooked tuna and raw vegetables,
Since I’ve been here at All Things BBQ, I’ve wanted to bring my magic tahini dressing to the masses. I don’t think it gives you magical powers necessarily, but it comes together in a way that’s so simple that it feels like magic. It’s also a dressing where you can mess around with the ratios
I’m not gonna lie, I’m not the best at packing my lunch. It doesn’t help that I work in kitchens where food is so readily available to eat. You can’t blame me for not planning ahead! But between recipe developing menus for cooking classes, or whipping up a dessert buffet for 50, I often dream
This luau-inspired ice cream sundae brings salty, smoky, and sweet all together for an incredibly unique dessert!
The weather is warming, but the fresh fruit hasn’t quite arrived, which makes this Bourbon Cherry Skillet Crisp, using frozen cherries, perfect for spring!
Ratatouille, the classic French dish of stewed vegetables is elevated here by first grilling the vegetables before combining them with canned San Marzano tomatoes in a cast iron dutch oven for a creamy finish.
Embrace those winter veggies with this fantastic tangy, herbaceous side of roasted root veggies! A touch of smoke during roasting is just the right finishing touch.
Pork tenderloin is a fantastic cut of pork that is really easy to prepare. It is a lean, tender piece of meat, so you’ll want to be sure not to overcook it, but with a trusty digital thermometer, like the Maverick PT-75 instant read thermometer, you won’t have any problem hitting the mark.
Chef Tom celebrates Oktoberfest with a new take on bratwurst… the Bratwurst Meatball Sub with Beer Braised Sauerkraut. This recipe is simple and can be grilled up on whatever grill you own.
Why let the kids have all the fun? Make yourself a refreshing drink with the great recipe!
Try this twist on a classic lemonade. Add a little bourbon for the grown-ups and you will have an instant classic.
This cheeseburger really is the ultimate. Packed with tons of great ingredients, this is the perfect thing to make for a cookout!