We’ve preached for years that the best way to cook poultry is using the spatchcock method. Well today we’ll break it down for you. This is the Barbecue 101 recipe and technique that everyone who dips their feet into the world of BBQ must know. This is Spatchcock BBQ Chicken.
Chef Tom cooks up a Mojo Pork Cubano (inspired by Roy Choi’s recipe for the film Chef) on the Yoder Smokers YS640. We were excited that our friends Troy from T-Roy Cooks and Justin from Baby Back Maniac could join us to get a little taste of the sandwich as well.
We’re taking a break from your regularly scheduled barbecue programming to bring you a fantastic addition to any number of your grilled and smoked foods, pickles. If there are two things the All Things Barbecue crew loves (outside of outdoor cooking), it’s pickles and peppers. So it only makes sense for us to share one of our pickle recipes with all of you!
Chef Tom takes a classic Mexican street food and puts a twist on it by using a quesadilla as a bun for our bacon wrapped Creekstone Farms Uncured Pork Franks. Topped with chipotle mayo, avocado, cotija cheese and some jalapeños.
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.