Chef Tom takes one of our favorite cooking techniques and adds a twist by swapping a foil wrapped brick for a Himalayan Salt Plate. He then places a charcoal basket in our Napoleon P500RSIB-1 and grills bone-in chicken halves indirect with a preheated salt plate on top.
It's heating up out there. Cool off with this refreshing recipe for Asian inspired grilled pork loin, pineapple and onion skewers on a bed of cool crisp cucumber noodles, smothered in a sweet, salty and spicy peanut sauce!
I’m sure you have an arsenal of quality party foods to top your table as you gather with friends and family to watch basketball this month. We just can’t resist sharing our favorites with you, so here’s one more. Just in queso…
We create an amazing stuffing for thick cut pork chops and cook it on a Himalayan Salt Plate on our Napoleon Grill. This grill is crazy versatile and allows us to cook anything we need right at the grill.
We’re less than a week away from Fat Tuesday, so why not whip up a Cajun favorite in celebration of Mardi Gras?! Certainly, there are plenty of culinary traditions to choose from, but when a sandwich is an option, you can bet I’m picking the sandwich. The Po’ Boy is a classic with so many variations that it’s hard to choose just one. That’s how we ended up with the Fried Oyster AND Hot Link Po’ Boy! And the beauty is, by utilizing the versatility of the Napoleon Prestige, you can do it all on the grill. And we did.
‘Tis the season for pumpkin! There is a multitude of pumpkin recipes out there, but if you have a hundred other things going on this Thanksgiving, as most of us do, then this recipe is what you need to pull off a flavor-packed low maintenance dessert.
Often, during the cooler seasons our sides can get a bit heavy; a bit dreary. Mashed potatoes are great. Braised veggies are fantastic. But sometimes you need that sunshine on a cold winter day to wake you up. That’s exactly what this broccoli salad is. It has these wonderful Autumn elements like apples, rosemary and smoky mustard, but it also brings a beautiful brightness through lime juice, honey and almonds. So, when you’re ready for a little sunshine, give this recipe a try.
The name says it all! Well, almost. The name doesn’t mention how incredibly easy these are to prepare. It doesn’t matter if you’re tailgating or throwing a holiday party, this appetizer is perfect for the occasion.
Chef Tom adapts one of our favorite recipes from “BBQ Brian” Misko’s best selling cookbook, “Grilling with House of Q.” This simple recipe only calls for three ingredients and is perfect to make during the fall or as a great holiday side dish.
If you can't tell from our videos, we love steak, especially when the steak is a Creekstone Farms Master Chef Choice Cowboy Ribeye. In this video Chef Tom reverse sears our ribeye on a Napoleon Grills P500RSIB and infuses it with a little smoke flavor during the first part of the cook.
It’s far too easy to get in a rut with potatoes. Mashed, then baked, then mashed, maybe scalloped… Let’s throw a new one in the mix. With just a few ingredients that you probably have on hand, you can put together a flavor packed side dish that’s also super appealing visually.
If you like spicy and you like fried chicken, then Nashville Hot Chicken should be right up your alley. Despite its popularity in the Music City, there is much left to the imagination when it comes to creating it yourself. There doesn’t seem to be a hot chicken joint in town that’s willing to part with its recipes or signature techniques. Lucky for you guys, we’re not in the habit of keeping secrets. After some research and tweaking, we’ve come up with a recipe and technique adapted to the grill that, at the very least, is likely going to make you sweat.
Here at All Things BBQ, we’re constantly interacting with folks who are passionate about grilling, smoking and cooking in general, and folks who are hungry for knowledge and looking to improve their craft. If you’re reading this, there is a good chance that you are one of these folks. You’re awesome. One of the questions we get a lot is, “What is the best way to cook a whole bird?” Whether it’s chicken or turkey our answer is always the same. Spatchcock. If you’re tired of drying out the breasts while waiting for the thighs and legs to finish cooking, it’s time to employ the spatchcock technique.
Our cheese sauce isn’t far from the nacho cheese you occasionally indulge in at the ballpark or movie theater, but it’s made from scratch (so you actually know what’s in it) and it’s slightly sweeter with a little spice, thanks to those delicious bread and butter jalapeños.
Friends don’t let friends fry wings. Spread the word, wings belong on the grill. The texture is fantastic, and the flavor is in a whole other league. This concept is simple, really, but doing it right will make all the difference. The breakdown goes like this: brine, rub, grill, sauce. Brining adds flavor and will help you retain moisture.
Compound butter is simply butter enhanced with supplementary flavors. Herbs, spices, other aromatics and even cheeses are stirred or whipped into room temperature butter, which is often then chilled back down to be used later to top meat, vegetables or enhance a sauce.