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.
Posole (or Pozole) is a traditional Mexican soup that can feature pork or chicken, and prepared with a green or red salsa. We can't get enough of salsa verde around here, and what better compliment to salsa verde than smoked chicken?!
When we got a request for Grilled Lobster Tails, we jumped at the opportunity to do something really cool. So Chef Tom cooks up some lobster tails with smoked compound butter and a beer butter dipping sauce.
We're taking components and techniques from a couple of recipes you may have come across here on The Sauce to make a wonderful grilled flatbread. The dough is the same dough we use in our pizzas, and the spatchcock chicken is a technique often utilized in our kitchen. Combine those things with a delicious cream cheese spread, caramelized onions, some greens, and a sweet and tangy apple balsamic reduction and you have a winning main dish or appetizer!
Pork loin is such a great cut of meat. It's super affordable. It's lean, but wonderfully tender and juicy, when cooked to the proper internal temperature. And there are a million ways to prepare it! One of our favorite things to do with pork loin is butterfly it and stuff it. Again, there are countless options for the filling. This time around we kept it simple, but the flavor is BIG!
The holiday season is in full swing, and so much of the delicious food we eat around the holidays is food you can’t eat all the time. I mean heavy, I’m gonna be at the gym all week if I have another bite kind of food. This recipe packs all the flavor of delicious holiday food, without the heaviness afterward. So mix it up around the holidays, or bookmark this one for the new year. Whatever you do, don’t pass it over! It’s too good to miss!
We love Chili around here, and the season is right. Instead of ground beef, we take a page out of the competition chili handbook and swapped to tri-tip as it is lean, and will continue to stay tender when braised without falling apart. Enjoy!
The Kentucky Hot Brown is an American classic! This open-faced sandwich was created at the Brown Hotel in Louisville, Kentucky in 1926 to feed the masses of late night dancers who frequented the hotel. Of course, we at All Things Barbecue had to put our touch on the classic by smoking our turkey, instead of roasting it. But the rest we left unchanged.