Chef Tom puts the DoJoe pizza attachment to work cranking out Pepperoni Pizza on the Kamado Joe Pellet Joe. Check out the scratch-made dough and pizza sauce that take this classic pizza to another level!
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!
Chef Tom brings home the Italian American comfort food classic with his Grilled Lasagna. This Grilled Lasagna features a grilled Italian sausage & beef red sauce with San Marzano tomatoes, a creamy three cheese spread with Italian herbs and spices, all layered with pasta and cooked to perfection on the Yoder Smokers YS640s Pellet Grill.
If you like the idea of a cocktail that features the most outrageous garnishes you can imagine (bacon? slider? smoked beef jerky?!) and is designed to be consumed before noon, then please read on. We present to you our take on bunch’s favorite cocktail. This is the Bloody Mary with scratch-made smoked beef jerky!
Easter is right around the corner, and lamb is one of our favorite Easter meals. Check out Chef Tom’s twist on Braised Lamb Shanks, featuring local grass-fed lamb braised on the Yoder Smokers Pellet Grill in a sauce of chipotles, Pinot Noir wine and San Marzano tomatoes and topped off with a lime gremolata.
It’s not thin crust, and you probably won’t be folding it, but you are going to love the OTHER New York Style Pizza. This is a dish that Italian grandmas on Long Island have been whipping up for decades. It’s a style not often found outside of New York, but it’s time to spread the word. This is Grandma Pie.
This baked version of the Italian American classic dish, Chicken Parmesan, is easy enough to pull off on a weeknight, but has such impressive flavor that you’ll be cooking it to impress at parties for years to come!
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.
We love Chili around here, and the season is right. Instead of ground beef, we take a page out of the competition chili handbook and swapped to tri-tip as it is lean, and will continue to stay tender when braised without falling apart. Enjoy!