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Puff Pastry Wrapped Brie with Cranberry Chutney

How to make Puff Pastry Wrapped Brie with Cranberry Chutney

The beautiful thing about the holiday season is that a dish like Puff Pastry Wrapped Brie with Cranberry Chutney is totally appropriate either before or after the big meal. This one is a treat! Oooey, gooey melted brie cheese pouring out of its flaky puff pastry crust and topped with a sweet and tangy cranberry compote that we picked up from our friend BBQ Brian Misko of House of Q!

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Smoke Roasted Chicken with Alabama White Sauce

How to make Smoke Roasted Chicken with Alabama White Sauce

Chicken with Alabama White Sauce is a regional specialty made famous by Big Bob Gibson in Decatur, Alabama. The white barbecue sauce is unlike any other barbecue sauce out there, and may seem strange, if you’re new to the idea. However, the flavor is incredible and works great with smoky grilled chicken. Bonus: with the sauce prepared ahead of time, and your chicken prepped and ready to cook, this is an IDEAL tailgate dish! So fire up the good ol’ Weber Kettle, and give it a try!

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Hot Smoked Salmon

How to make Hot Smoked Salmon

There are a number of ways to smoke salmon. You may be familiar with the fully cured smoked salmon, like lox, that you find on bagels or cured platters. It’s dense, often salty and fully cured and safe to eat without cooking with heat. There is also the option of hot smoking fresh salmon with little more than seasoning on the surface of the fish to affect the final product. This recipe, however, lives somewhere in between. By giving the salmon a quick cure, you can force flavors into the flesh while pulling some water out and concentrating the flavors. The fish is not fully cured, so we finish it on the grill, which imparts smoke flavor and makes the fish safe to eat. The end product is flavorful, tender, juicy and quite versatile. Partially cured Hot Smoked Salmon is great served hot off the grill or cooled and eaten on salads, sandwiches or as a snack.

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Homemade Pork Hot Links

How to make hot links

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.

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Grilled Crab Cakes with Lemon Caper Aioli

Recipe for Grilled Crab Cakes with Lemon Caper Aioli

Crab cakes are one of those great equalizers, when it comes to appetizers. It’s a seafood for folks who don’t love seafood. This recipe for Grilled Crab Cakes beats even the best restaurant crab cakes out there, and is probably a lot easier than you think. Oh, and the Lemon Caper Aioli is the icing on the (crab) cake! Dive right into your new favorite seafood appetizer!

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Balsamic Tri-tip Steak Skewers & Grilled Veggies

Recipe for Balsamic Tri-tip Steak Skewers & Grilled Veggies

We’re well aware that the Yoder Smokers Pellet Grills are incredibly versatile machines, capable of smoking, grilling and more. This recipe proves just how great they function when it comes to high heat, direct grilling. Especially when combined with searing power of GrillGrates. So, fire up the grill and make yourself some of these Balsamic Tri-tip Steak Skewers & Grilled Veggies for a flavor packed dinner that you can feel great about!

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Pork Belly Burnt Ends

Pork Belly Burnt Ends Recipe

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 holiday parties, and is really simple to prepare!

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Beef Wellington

Recipe for Beef Wellington

Beef Wellington is a beautiful dish that layers flavors, creating an entire meal in and of itself. Named after the first Duke of Wellington, Arthur Wellesley, who is revered as a national hero in England for defeating Napoleon at Waterloo. Wellesley was a fan of a dish made of beef, mushrooms, truffles, Madeira wine, and paté cooked in pastry, hence the similar Beef Wellington being named in his honor.

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