Looking for some cold weather comfort food? Chef Tom's got you covered with his Smoked Pork Ragu. Boston Butt pork shoulder smoked on the Yoder Smokers YS640s Pellet Grill, then braised in a rich San Marzano tomato sauce and served on a bed of pappardelle pasta!
If you’re looking to make tacos, burritos, rice bowls or even a breakfast scramble, then you need these Grilled Carnitas in your life! Chef Tom fires up the Yoder Smokers YS640s Pellet Grill and turns a Boston Butt pork shoulder into mouth watering Grilled Carnitas.
Chef Tom shares the Tips & Techniques required to make your very own Italian Sausage from scratch at home, then grills the Italian Sausages on the Yoder Smokers YS640s Pellet Grill for that wood fired flavor!
Every grill master should have a great from scratch sausage recipe. These Homemade Hot Links will blow away your taste buds with their incredible flavors and texture! They are a perfect place to start, for a beginner, but an equally great recipe for you more seasoned sausage makers to add to your repertoires.
The Boston Butt pork shoulder is a truly versatile cut of meat. It adapts well to all sorts of cuisines and can be finished in a variety of textures. This Italian Roast Pork Shoulder is finished at slicing temperatures, making it perfect for sandwiches, but equally enjoyable over pasta or as a standalone entrée.
Chef Tom cooks up a Mojo Pork Cubano (inspired by Roy Choi’s recipe for the film Chef) on the Yoder Smokers YS640. We were excited that our friends Troy from T-Roy Cooks and Justin from Baby Back Maniac could join us to get a little taste of the sandwich as well.
Chef Tom cooks up a classic Tacos al Pastor recipe on a Kamado Joe Grill. This fusion of Lebanese and Mexican dishes and techniques packs big flavor. You will marinade your pork for an hour and cook in the traditional method on a rotisserie.
Arepas are 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.