If you're looking for a simple barbecue recipe, then you'll love these Butterflied BBQ Pork Chops. Chef Tom fires up the Kamado Joe Kettle Joe and utilizes the SloRoller to smoke the chops before cranking up the heat for a seared finish!
If you've been looking for a go-to pork burrito recipe, the search is over! This is one of our favorite Chef Tom recipes, especially when he makes it on the Kamado Joe Classic III Ceramic Charcoal Grill.
Creamy, smoky, warm-your-bones chowder is exactly what you need to shake off the winter chill. Chef Tom fires up the Kamado Joe Ceramic Charcoal Grill for New England Clam Chowder in a wood-fired bread bowl!
No home cooked meal is complete without a solid side dish or two. Today Chef Tom shares his recipe for Ham Hocks & Collard Greens, first preparing a ham hock stock on the Kamado Joe Classic III ceramic charcoal grill, then braising the collards in the flavorful broth and smoky pork. The result is tender, savory greens with a wonderful pot liquor that is practically liquid gold!
Chef Tom fires up the Kamado Joe Classic III ceramic charcoal grill for a dry brined, spatchcock Smoked Cajun Turkey. This recipe is a great way to put a twist on your holiday bird, but you’ll want to eat this turkey year round!
Chef Tom fires up the Kamado Joe Classic II ceramic charcoal grill for these Tex-Mex Steak & Bacon Breakfast Tacos, and utilizes every inch of the Divide & Conquer System. From the direct grilled flank steak to the half moon griddled eggs and cheesy tortillas, these tacos are packed to the brim with tasty goodness!
Chef Tom fires up the Kamado Joe for this smoked Pork Belly Banh Mi with scratch made pickled daikon & carrots, fresh cilantro and jalapeños stuffed into a baguette spread with Sriracha mayo. Your taste buds will thank you!
Nothing sounds more like down-home Summer baking than Honey Peach Pie! Chef Britt fires up the Kamado Joe Classic II ceramic grill to get the job done and shows you her techniques for the best gluten-free pie crust!
Chef Britt celebrates her birthday by firing up the Kamado Joe Classic II for one of her favorite dishes: Japanese BBQ Eel! Also known as Kabayaki, or Unadon, it’s a simple, sweet, grilled fish dish served over rice.
Chef Britt fires the coals on the Kamado Joe Classic II to bring you one of her favorite summer staples: BBQ Shrimp Salad! This recipe is incredibly simple and lets the bounty of summer shine with grilled corn, honey BBQ shrimp, and all the veggies!
If you're looking for tasty barbecue burnt ends without buying a whole brisket or paying a premium for a brisket point, then look no further. In this video Chef Tom smokes up a beef chuck roast and turns it into Poor Man's Burnt Ends.