Just when you thought the deviled egg could not get any better, we’re adding two game changers. Smoke and bacon. Check out these Smoked Deviled Eggs prepared entirely on the Yoder Smokers YS640 Pellet Grill!
We’re well aware that the Yoder Smokers Pellet Grills are incredibly versatile machines, capable of smoking, grilling and more. This recipe proves just how great they function when it comes to high heat, direct grilling. Especially when combined with searing power of GrillGrates. So, fire up the grill and make yourself some of these Balsamic Tri-tip Steak Skewers & Grilled Veggies for a flavor packed dinner that you can feel great about!
Check out this smoky spin on one of our favorite French classics. This Smoked Duck Confit, cold smoked and cooked on the Yoder Smokers Pellet Grill, has an incredibly velvety texture and wonderful salty herbaceous flavor!
You’ve made the pastrami, now it’s time for the ultimate pastrami sandwich! The Pastrami Reuben. The only thing that makes a homemade Pastrami Reuben better is homemade sauerkraut. With a little patience, you’ll find yourself enjoying one of the greatest sandwiches you’ve ever tasted!
Last month Chef Tom of All Things Barbecue was invited to the Food Network & Cooking Channel’s South Beach Wine & Food Festival in Miami to cook in both the Burger Bash and Beachside BBQ events. Today we share his Bacon Jam Smash Burger recipe, which was cooked for a crowd of 4000 at the Burger Bash! It’s a simple burger with HUGE flavor, and the Bacon Jam, which is the star of the show, is not only good on burgers, but so much more! Make sure to bookmark this recipe!
Warning: This is not an ordinary steak sandwich. Between the char kissed, thin sliced tri-tip roast, the huge flavor of a scratch-made sweet tomato jam, the creamy cilantro cream cheese spread, quick pickled red onions and toasted bolillo bun, this is decidedly an extraordinary Tri-Tip Steak Sandwich. Proceed with warranted excitement!
Chef Eric Gephart of Kamado Joe finally shares his world-famous Shrimp & Grits recipe, and he’s doing it right here on The Sauce! From the perfectly cooked cheesy grits to the rich butter sauce and char grilled skewered shrimp, this recipe is an instant classic! Don’t miss out. Cook it and tell us what you think!
There’s nothing like building a fire and cooking a meal over it. It’s a primal way of cooking that connects you to your food and creates incredible flavor, color and texture. The Clementi Pulcinella Wood Fired Oven gives you the opportunity to do this in style. In this beautiful, delicious Wood-Fired Chicken Flatbread recipe, we explore the versatility of the wood-fired oven and win big with the finished product!
This week we’re bringing you a killer week night dinner option. This Grilled Ribeye with Pickled Pepper Purée is HUGE on flavor, but super easy to prepare. For the best flavor and texture, you’ll want to grab a couple monster, thick-cut, ribeye steaks and divvy them up to serve. The fattiness of the Grilled Ribeye steaks is perfectly complimented by the Italian influenced flavor profile of the Pickled Pepper Purée.
Pork Belly Burnt Ends are quickly becoming a new barbecue classic. Of course, these are modeled after the burnt ends from the point meat of the brisket, but they stand alone as an incredibly tasty presentation of the pork belly. This one is great year round, whether it’s for game day snacks, summertime BBQs or holiday parties, and is really simple to prepare!
Why choose between smoked wings and fried wings when you can have both! These smoke fried chicken wings begin their journey on the smoker, and finish with a dip in the fryer. And once you try this scratch made buffalo sauce, you’ll be whipping up your own sauce every time you make wings!
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!
Stuffed mushrooms are always a crowd favorite, and these stuffed mushrooms go above and beyond! If you’re a fan of mushroom topped steaks, then you’re sure to love these steak stuffed mushrooms. Pan seared ribeye, sautéed onions and mushrooms, cream cheese and a touch of sparkling wine elevate this recipe. The addition of bacon is the icing on the cake!
Beef Wellington is a beautiful dish that layers flavors, creating an entire meal in and of itself. Named after the first Duke of Wellington, Arthur Wellesley, who is revered as a national hero in England for defeating Napoleon at Waterloo. Wellesley was a fan of a dish made of beef, mushrooms, truffles, Madeira wine, and paté cooked in pastry, hence the similar Beef Wellington being named in his honor.