Add a touch of barbecue to your holiday dinners with this chile brined, butter injected, spatchcock turkey, smoked on the Yoder Smokers YS640 Pellet Grill. Barbecue Smoked Turkey is sure to be a hit this holiday season!
Every Fall we just can’t wait for the weather to cool off so we can whip up a batch of Chili Blanco. Creamy and savory with a touch of char from the grill, this White Chili with Chicken is a recipe we can’t get enough of!
If you’re a fan of fried and spicy foods, then this Nashville Hot Chicken is a must-try recipe! Crispy fried chicken cooked right on the side burner of your gas grill, smothered in a FIERY cayenne paste! Don’t worry, you can adjust the heat to just how crazy or tame your taste-buds may be. Either way, the flavor is fantastic!
Barbacoa is a meat that many of us here in the U.S. have come to know as shredded beef. Depending on the geographic location it could refer to whole heads of cows (or cheeks), even sheep or goat meat, often cooked over an open fire, but more traditionally wrapped in leaves and cooked in a pit, dug in the ground. The interpretation is loose, today. Often barbacoa is cooked over an open fire, braised or even steamed. Whatever the cooking method or meat, one thing you want to look for is a cut of meat with a high fat content, which makes beef short ribs perfect for this Beef Short Rib Barbacoa.
We’re taking it over the top today with a mind-blowing Quesadilla Burger featuring two caramelized onion quesadillas for buns, a half chorizo, half beef burger patty, tons of fresh veggies and the star of the show… fried hatch chile rings!
If you’re looking for a go-to brisket recipe, then look no further! This Smoked BBQ Brisket recipe doesn’t fuss with the bells and whistles involved in a competition style brisket, but boasts great flavors, the smoke-factor you love and most importantly, produces the best gift a brisket can give… burnt ends!
The Grilled Chicken Sandwich may not sound like the most exciting recipe, but this particular sandwich is packed full of flavor and easy enough to prepare and enjoy week in and week out! I know what we’re having for dinner tonight!
Chef Eric Gephart visits All Things Barbecue, once again, to share his preparation of Leg of Lamb, rotisserie style on the Kamado Joe Joetisserie in the Big Joe grill, and brings it all together for some fantastic lamb tacos!
Here’s a recipe that brings together succulent smoky pork belly and the crispy fried goodness of all the other state fair favorite foods. These smoked Pork Belly Corn Fritters are nearly impossible to stop eating, so make sure you’ve got plenty to go ’round!
Bruschetta is a perfect appetizer or party food year-round, but it’s especially refreshing during the summer months! You’re already firing up the grill for dinner, why not add this tasty Grilled Bruschetta to the menu, as well?
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.
Picanha is a staple of Brazilian Churrasco BBQ. Its simplicity is deceptive, as the flavor from the preparation of this cut of beef is so much greater than the effort it requires. Chef Tom skewers the Picanha and grills it over charcoal on the Yoder Smokers Adjustable Charcoal Grill, and adds a side of garlic butter for good measure!
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!
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.