The Kentucky Hot Brown is an American classic! This open faced sandwich was created at the Brown Hotel in Louisville, Kentucky in 1926 to feed the masses of late night dancers who frequented the hotel. Of course, we at All Things Barbecue had to put our touch on the classic by smoking our turkey, instead of roasting it. But the rest we left unchanged.
We're still kind of geeking out over cast iron plate setters for the kamado style grills. Last week we were baking pizzas on it. This week we're grilling flank steak directly on top. This is a pretty classic, solid fajita recipe that is simple and easy to translate to whichever cooker you're using, so non-ceramic grill users-- read on, as well!
You know them, you love them and they are king of the game day spread. With the big game nearly upon us, it’s time to plan the party food menu, and we’d highly recommend you kick up the wing game another notch with these chile infused, sweet barbecue chicken wings.
I mean, the title of the recipe tells you everything you need to know to want to COOK THIS NOW! And the fact that the marinade also has a jalapeño kick is a bonus! This one is super easy and only requires a handful of ingredients, and I promise it’ll make for some killer fajitas!
Try these two great enchilada recipes that are full of great flavor! The traditional flavor stacked style have the rich hearty flavors we all love. The green chile chicken style is a great use for leftover chicken and has a serious southwestern twang.