Chef Tom shares his tips & techniques for preparing a delicious hummus from scratch, including a recipe for fire roasted jalapeño and red bell pepper hummus, finished with a quality extra virgin olive oil and everything bagel seasoning.
So you've got leftover brisket... On occasion, it happens. Could you reheat it and throw it on a bun with some sauce? Sure. You could. Or you could go the extra mile and make a batch of these Brisket Nachos with Smoked Queso and your life will be forever changed. Do the right thing!
Nothing sounds more like down-home Summer baking than Honey Peach Pie! Chef Britt fires up the Kamado Joe Classic II ceramic grill to get the job done and shows you her techniques for the best gluten-free pie crust!
Summer is the perfect time for grilled fresh fish tacos, which is exactly why Chef Tom is firing up the Napoleon Grills Prestige 500 gas grill for these Chipotle Lime Fish Tacos. Fresh, bright and juicy with just a touch of char from the grill!
Chef Britt shows how to make funnel cakes with our newest product at ATBBQ.com: Gluten-Free Flour from Antimo Caputo! This specially-formulated flour blend is one of the best-tasting all-purpose gluten-free flours on the market!
If you're looking for tasty barbecue burnt ends without buying a whole brisket or paying a premium for a brisket point, then look no further. In this video Chef Tom smokes up a beef chuck roast and turns it into Poor Man's Burnt Ends.
No summertime cookout is complete without some great barbecue side dishes. That's why Chef Tom is sharing his recipe for Bacon & Asparagus Pasta Salad, cooked over a bed of lump charcoal on the Yoder Smokers adjustable flat top charcoal grill!
Chef Tom fires up the Yoder Smokers YS640s Pellet Grill for some Grilled Pork Tenderloin & Chimichurri. Pair that with grilled corn on the cob in a bowl full of rice and quinoa, and you’ve got prime summertime eats!
If you’ve never made your own Grilled Buffalo Wings, you’re missing out! The scratch-made buffalo sauce is so easy and so tasty that you’ll never want to do store-bought sauce again. Pair that with the char of a grilled wing, and you’ve got it made!