Smoked Beef Short Ribs are a crowd favorite, and for good reason. The smokey, crunchy bark and the tender, juicy rib meat are everything great about barbecue. We’re going to let you in on a little secret, they’re also incredibly easy to cook! Check out Chef Tom’s recipe for Smoked Beef Short Ribs, cooked over charcoal and cherry wood on the Kamado Joe Classic III Ceramic Grill, and as a bonus, a bright and tangy Chimichurri sauce to compliment.
The atbbq.com crew kick off the Red, White & Que series with a trip to Kan-Grow Farm in Wichita, Kansas where Chef Britt and Chef Tom make pickles with farmer Jimmy Vo, before returning to the patio where Chef Tom prepares one of his favorite BBQ side dishes, the grilled Green Goddess Potato Salad.
If you’re looking for a recipe to impress at your summer barbecue, look no further. This smoked-then-seared tomahawk pork loin from Heritage Farms is ideal for feeding a small crowd. So fire up the Kamado Joe and get ready for all the “ooos" and "ahhhs.”
Chef Tom fires up the Yoder Smokers Charcoal Flat Top Grill for a simple, but flavor packed BBQ Grilled Skirt Steak dish featuring grilled peaches and green onions! Say hello to your next easy Summer dinner!
The Boss Man, The CEO, The Executive… Call it what you will, but say it with respect. This week, Chef Tom goes next level with this Wagyu Burger, featuring a whipped beef bone marrow spread, house-made pickled onions, melting Raclette cheese and a sweet & spicy BBQ Jam ALL cooked on Le Griddle!
Rack of Lamb is one of those cuts of meat that just feels like it’s made for a special occasion. Well, this Rack of Lamb Roulade takes that special occasion to another level. This is a truly unique preparation that is as beautiful as it is delicious!
Contrary to popular belief, turkey stock can add the perfect punch of savory flavor to your stuffing, rice dishes, gumbo, even turkey salad sandwiches. Make this stock in advance and freeze it for when you need it. Use an ice cube tray and freezer bags to make “flavor bombs” to drop in any dish needing a boost. The possibilities are plenty for this hearty stock recipe.
The Thanksgiving meal isn’t complete without a sweet treat, and the dessert that always gets the holiday nod is pie. Whether your pie flavor of choice is the fall favorite pumpkin or the traditional apple, you’ll want a pie crust with just the right amount of flake. And the best base comes from crusts made from scratch. Don’t fret – we take the guesswork out of crafting pie crusts with this hearty dough recipe.
Brining is the process of submerging meat in a salt solution, often in combination with other flavoring agents (herbs, chili, aromatics), to give your meat its best shot at staying moist while cooking. With brines, you’ll want to marinate the whole bird/spatchcocked bird at least a couple of hours, but for more flavor leave it in the brine solution overnight.