Tagged with 'pork'

Italian Roast Pork Shoulder

Italian Roast Pork Shoulder Recipe

The Boston Butt pork shoulder is a truly versatile cut of meat. It adapts well to all sorts of cuisines and can be finished in a variety of textures. This Italian Roast Pork Shoulder is finished at slicing temperatures, making it perfect for sandwiches, but equally enjoyable over pasta or as a standalone entrée.

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Bacon Jam Smash Burger

How to make a Bacon Jam Smash Burger

Last month Chef Tom of All Things Barbecue was invited to the Food Network & Cooking Channel’s South Beach Wine & Food Festival in Miami to cook in both the Burger Bash and Beachside BBQ events. Today we share his Bacon Jam Smash Burger recipe, which was cooked for a crowd of 4000 at the Burger Bash! It’s a simple burger with HUGE flavor, and the Bacon Jam, which is the star of the show, is not only good on burgers, but so much more! Make sure to bookmark this recipe!

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Chorizo Stuffed Pork Chops with Smoked Salsa Verde

Chorizo Stuffed Pork Chops with Smoked Salsa Verde Recipe

We’re going big on flavor this week with these Chorizo Stuffed Pork Chops and Smoked Salsa Verde! The pork is first marinated in a scratch-made mixture of fruit juices, tequila and aromatics, then stuffed with salty chorizo and cotija cheese before getting some char on the Kamado Joe Classic Joe II. Couple that with the bright flavors and smokiness of the salsa verde, and you’ve got a winning combination!

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Pork Belly Burnt Ends

Pork Belly Burnt Ends Recipe

Pork Belly Burnt Ends are quickly becoming a new barbecue classic. Of course, these are modeled after the burnt ends from the point meat of the brisket, but they stand alone as an incredibly tasty presentation of the pork belly. This one is great year round, whether it’s for game day snacks, summertime BBQs or holiday parties, and is really simple to prepare!

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Beef Wellington

Recipe for Beef Wellington

Beef Wellington is a beautiful dish that layers flavors, creating an entire meal in and of itself. Named after the first Duke of Wellington, Arthur Wellesley, who is revered as a national hero in England for defeating Napoleon at Waterloo. Wellesley was a fan of a dish made of beef, mushrooms, truffles, Madeira wine, and paté cooked in pastry, hence the similar Beef Wellington being named in his honor.

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