This Italian take on the pot pie is a great weeknight meal that'll have your family eating within an hour of turning on the heat. Despite its simplicity, there is plenty of opportunity to experiment and cater this dish to your family's tastes!
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.
See what happens when we combine the efficiency of the Kamado Joe ceramic charcoal grill with even heat distribution of a cast iron plate setter. It's the perfect set up for grilling pizza, and you can do it directly on the plate setter! All of you ceramic grill enthusiasts, check it out!
Spaghetti is good. Pizza is awesome. Spaghetti Pizza (Spaghizza) is epic! I feel like most people would make pizza at home more often if it wasn’t for the headache of making the dough from scratch or having to go out and find a quality pre-made dough. It’s not even that it’s all that difficult, but it does require some time and planning.
Enter spaghetti crust. Most of us have spaghetti in the pantry. You might even have some leftover in the fridge. With the addition of a couple of ingredients, you can turn that spaghetti into pizza crust. Check it out!
We’re packing big flavor into this simple, four-ingredient recipe for bacon wrapped green beans! You could put Smoke on Wheels BBQ Marinade, Cattleman’s Grill Tri-tip Seasoning, and bacon on just about anything and it’d taste great, so why not green beans?
We may all be wrapping up football season, but that doesn’t mean we have to wrap up tailgate food! I love this recipe because a good deal of it can be done ahead of time and stored in the fridge until you’re ready to party! You may have seen something like this floating around the internet. There have been some fried versions out there that have gone a bit viral, but you know that we had to give it a BBQ twist! It’s the fire from a hot grill and the BBQ sauce glaze that set this one apart. If you’re a fan of The Sauce, we’ll bet you prefer the grilled version as well!
Chef Tom cooks up bacon wrapped pork medallions that get to the essence of a great grilled meal. A few ingredients and a minimum of steps yields a meal that your family will thank you for, and you’ll thank us for saving you some precious time
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.
Here’s another winter warmer. It’s ramen. But this isn’t your dorm room ramen. This is 100% made from scratch, big flavor ramen with smoked pork belly. It takes a bit more than a cup of water, a flavor packet, and a microwave, but the payoff is worth it!
If you’re looking for a cool weather salad to impress your guests this Fall, you’ve found it. Big bold flavors make this a perfect entrée salad, or you can cut down the portions and serve it on the side.
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.
For a delicious and creative way to serve pizza appetizers, give this recipe a try. For the dough, we’re using frozen dinner rolls, and the cast iron muffin pan gives the crust great texture. You can use your favorite sauce, cheeses and toppings and change it up as much as you like.
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.