Today we are grinding up a whole brisket for a Texas brisket inspired Smoked Texas Brisket Burger featuring our Cowboy Coffee Bacon Jam and homemade pickles. Chef Tom fires up the Yoder Smokers Loaded Wichita Offset Smoker to slow smoke the burgers before finishing them with a high heat sear on the griddle over oak splits INSIDE THE FIRE BOX!
Brisket & Buffalo Sliders are the perfect way to combine the lean, earthy flavors of buffalo with the fatty, beefiness of brisket! Chef Britt ties it all together with tangy shallot marmalade and a creamy combo sauce!
We all want to get the most mileage out of our smoking sessions, and now more than ever we’re utilizing the ingredients we have on hand over running out for ingredients. This Brisket & Dumplings recipe is a great way to do just that!
This one goes out to all moms out there! Smoked Chicken Salad is our barbecue inspired take on one of those classics that moms all over used to make. Whether you’re eating chicken salad between two slices of bread, over the top of a salad or for dipping crackers and veggies, it’s delicious comfort food that always takes us back. Happy Mother’s Day!
Buttermilk Barbecue Smoked Chicken brings together two techniques that result in one tasty bird! Buttermilk has long been used as a tenderizer for brining chicken prior to frying. As the chicken soaks in the buttermilk the acidity begins to open and expand the cell structure of the meat, allowing the liquid to be absorbed and retained, which in turn gives you a very tender bite of chicken. Chef Tom smokes up the buttermilk brined chicken on the Yoder Smokers Loaded Wichita Offset Smoker, for that old school smoke flavor!
There are a number of ways to make Roasted Garlic. Today, Chef Tom fires up the Yoder Smokers YS640s Pellet Grill and shares three techniques for roasting garlic on the grill, including how to make garlic confit.
Elote: loved by corn-enthusiasts around the world. This Mexican street food is usually served on-the-cob, dunked in crema, and coated liberally with cotija cheese and chile powder. Here I run through how I adapted this into a dip that’s easy to enjoy in a party setting, or as an accompaniment for your next summer barbecue!