The holiday season is in full swing, and so much of the delicious food we eat around the holidays is food you can’t eat all the time. I mean heavy, I’m gonna be at the gym all week if I have another bite kind of food. This recipe packs all the flavor of delicious holiday food, without the heaviness afterward. So mix it up around the holidays, or bookmark this one for the new year. Whatever you do, don’t pass it over! It’s too good to miss!
It’s that time of year again… when pumpkin everything starts hitting the shelves and nearly every coffee shop and fast food restaurant gets in on the action as well. Well, we’re here to tell you that you don’t have to pair your pumpkin with twelve pounds of sugar, in fact, it’s the perfect addition to a savory recipe such as this one.
With a little patience and just a handful of ingredients, you could be enjoying your very own homemade bacon at a fraction of the price that you’re paying for the store bought stuff. The best part? The endless options for customizing your bacon. But let's start with the basics. Read on, if you’re ready to take your bacon to the next level!
Oktoberfest may have officially wrapped up this week, but we’re not ready to give it up just yet. As the weather cools, this warm potato salad becomes a fantastic side dish to lengthen your grilling season!
With dove hunting season now in full swing, we’re answering the call we’ve heard from so many of you for our take on this popular game bird. There are plenty ways you can go when preparing dove, and we could probably spend a week never repeating a recipe and never being disappointed, but today we share with you our favorite. The tried and true bacon wrapped dove breasts.
What do you do with all that leftover pork shoulder from last weekend? You could make tacos or a pizza… again. Or, you could make this killer Pulled Pork Cornbread Waffle Sandwich with Caramelized Onion & Apple Chutney.
The Kentucky Hot Brown is an American classic! This open-faced sandwich was created at the Brown Hotel in Louisville, Kentucky in 1926 to feed the masses of late night dancers who frequented the hotel. Of course, we at All Things Barbecue had to put our touch on the classic by smoking our turkey, instead of roasting it. But the rest we left unchanged.