This is a solid potato side dish for a Tex-Mex or Latin inspired meal. It features longaniza, a sausage similar to chorizo. I know at our house, and here in the All Things Barbecue teaching kitchen, we’re often cooking Latin inspired foods, so who wouldn’t like another fantastic potato side dish to fit!
The beer can burger is back! This time the monster half pound beef burger is sharing the stage with chorizo. Stuffed full of beer braised onions and peppers, topped with manchego cheese and sitting atop fresh made guacamole, there’s no room for disappointment!
Chef Tom cooks up a barbecue classic, the Moink Ball. This combination of Italian Beef meatballs and bacon is a standard snack at barbecue competitions around the country… but we’re going to go ahead and make our meatballs from scratch.
Crostini are a great way to pack a lot of flavor into just a few bites, which makes them the perfect appetizer or party food! It’s a really simple concept – grilled bread with toppings. That leaves all kinds of opportunity for experimentation. There aren’t many rules, but the thing I like to keep in mind is balance. Balance in texture, flavor, even temperature and color.
You know what we love about stuffed pork loin? The possibilities are endless! Now, while this particular stuffed loin may seem best suited for cooler weather, I promise no one will be disappointed to eat an apple and sausage stuffed pork loin anytime of the year!
Brownie Truffles are amazing, and this recipe takes SIMPLE ingredients (boxed brownie mix?!) and turns them into something so impressive, that your friends and family will think you’re a world-class chocolatier!
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.
If you love pie and crème brûlée, this is the perfect dessert for you! The custard base is essentially what you’d find in crème brûlée, except that we replaced the sugar with Kansas wildflower honey and the vanilla with bourbon!
Strip Loin Roast has been a favorite cut of beef for our team for years. Typically, this roast is cut into New York Strip (or Kansas City Strip) steaks, but in our opinion, reverse searing it whole is where it’s at. In this video, Chef Tom will show you how to trim, season and cook a strip loin roast to perfection, and creates a fantastic Poblano Crème Fraîche to serve with it.
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.
Chef Tom cooks up a classic barbecue dish, the beer can chicken. Now, no matter where you sit on the debate as to whether the beer is a useful agent in this cook, you can’t deny that it is flat out delicious.