Chef Tom fires up the Yoder Smokers YS640s Pellet Grill for Teriyaki Salmon Skewers. Marinated Kvoray Artic Salmon is threaded onto skewers with fresh pineapple and red onions, then grilled directly over the wood-fired flame, then glazed in teriyaki sauce. A perfectly simple and tasty meal, any night of the week!
Simple techniques. Balanced, smoky, earthy flavors. Tender and juicy meat. This Smoked Boneless Leg of Lamb, cooked on the Yoder Smokers YS640s Pellet Grill, has everything you need for the perfect Easter meal!
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 prepares Italian meatballs stuffed with mozzarella cheese, smoked on the Yoder Smokers YS640s Pellet Grill and finished in a scratch-made San Marzano tomato sauce. It’s all loaded up on ciabatta buns with provolone and pesto for a mouth-watering Stuffed Meatball Sandwich!
Chef Tom fires up the Yoder Smokers YS640s Pellet Grill and roasts a brined, trussed, whole Classic Holiday Turkey with a sweet and savory glaze. This is the quintessential holiday turkey and hits all the flavor notes you expect from a traditional bird— apple, garlic, rosemary and sage.
Chef Tom puts three brisket smoking techniques to the test with The Brisket Wrap Test. We’ll uncover the differences between cooking briskets wrapped in foil, wrapped in butcher paper or completely unwrapped, and what it means for your next brisket cook.
Chef Britt demonstrates her baking expertise on how to make pâte à choux filled with luscious smoky chocolate pudding! She shares her amazing technique for 6-minute chocolate pudding using the Vitamix!
Chef Tom has now logged hundreds of hours on the YS640s and gives his take on how the new grill from Yoder Smokers performs. Check out features including how the grill syncs with the new Yoder Drive App, the new control board and Chef Tom's favorite cooking setups.
I’m not gonna lie, I’m not the best at packing my lunch. It doesn’t help that I work in kitchens where food is so readily available to eat. You can’t blame me for not planning ahead! But between recipe developing menus for cooking classes, or whipping up a dessert buffet for 50, I often dream about what I would rather have for lunch that day.