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Nashville Hot Wings

Nashville Hot Wings Recipe

Who doesn’t love wings? Actually, I hate to ask that rhetorical question, because, quite frankly, I don’t want to know who doesn’t like wings. Not liking wings is akin to not enjoying music or films. Of course, there’s plenty of people out there who have yet to have a great chicken wing. And luckily, with Kosmo’s Q Wing Dust, it doesn’t get any easier to achieve just that.

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Meal Prep: Peanut Curry with Chile Shrimp

Peanut Curry with Chile Shrimp Recipe

The winter wind is chilling us all to the bone. Time to snuggle up in our favorite blankets and slippers to embrace the season. What better way to warm up our souls with this hearty peanut curry? Inspired by one of my favorite Thai restaurant dishes (pra ram long song), this version cuts through half of the work by using Kim’s Gourmet Spicy Peanut Sauce for the base.

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Parmesan Crusted Stuffed Pork Chops

Parmesan Crusted Stuffed Pork Chops Recipe

Simple ingredients and BIG flavor! That’s what these Parmesan Crusted Stuffed Pork Chops are all about. Chef Tom fires up the Yoder Smokers YS640s Pellet Grill, stuffs some beautiful Heritage Farms Cheshire Pork Chops to the brim with prosciutto, provolone and fresh spinach before coating them in parmesan cheese and Italian spices and cooking them on a sizzling hot griddle! To top it all off, Chef Tom show you how to prepare a simple, but powerful Gremolata.

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Lunchbox Meal: Grilled Salmon Niçoise Salad

Grilled Salmon Niçoise Salad Recipe

“Niçoise.” You may have seen the word previously on a menu, but are not entirely sure how to pronounce it. Niçoise (pronounced “nee-swahz”) is a classic French dish often found in European Bistros and adored by culinarians around the world. Although you can find more traditional iterations that only use cooked tuna and raw vegetables, this is a more nouveau take with grilled salmon, boiled eggs, and blanched vegetables. Some briny olives and capers add salty interest, while the tangy lemon vinaigrette packs the punch.

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Pork Puff Pizza

Pork Puff Pizza Recipe

We’ve talked in the past about how much leftover pulled pork the ATBBQ kitchen produces, so we’re always looking for new ingredients and combinations for utilizing those leftovers. If you’ve been following along here on The Sauce then hopefully you’ve taken our advice and have a box of puff pastry in the freezer. Everything else you need to make this bbq pizza is likely already in your fridge and pantry, and you could be eating dinner within an hour.

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