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!
Chef Tom prepares smoky braised pork chile verde and potatoes cooked on the Kamado Joe Classic III Ceramic Charcoal Grill, then stuffed into tortillas with cheeses and smothered in more cheese and fire roasted salsa verde.
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!
Elote: loved by corn-enthusiasts around the world. This Mexican street food is usually served on-the-cob, dunked in crema, and coated liberally with cotija cheese and chile powder. Here I run through how I adapted this into a dip that’s easy to enjoy in a party setting, or as an accompaniment for your next summer barbecue!
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!
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.
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!
Chef Eric of Kamado Joe is back with another amazing recipe. This time he cooks up a Wasabi Pea Crusted Chilean Sea Bass on the Kamado Joe Classic II using the Half Moon Soapstone inside the Divide & Conquer Cooking System.
The Boston Butt pork shoulder is a truly versatile cut of meat. It adapts well to all sorts of cuisines and can be finished in a variety of textures. This Italian Roast Pork Shoulder is finished at slicing temperatures, making it perfect for sandwiches, but equally enjoyable over pasta or as a standalone entrée.
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!
We’re going big on flavor this week with these Chorizo Stuffed Pork Chops and Smoked Salsa Verde! The pork is first marinated in a scratch-made mixture of fruit juices, tequila and aromatics, then stuffed with salty chorizo and cotija cheese before getting some char on the Kamado Joe Classic Joe II. Couple that with the bright flavors and smokiness of the salsa verde, and you’ve got a winning combination!
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!