Chef Tom fires up the Yoder Smokers Loaded Wichita Offset Smoker to give these brined-then-smoked Barbecue Chicken Wings a quick soak in the smoke before searing them over direct flame inside the fire box. Finished with a toss in barbecue sauce and served with garlic parm dipping sauce, these wings are perfect for your next game-day party!
Chef Eric Gephart cooks up New York Strip Steak with a unique reverse sear recipe on the Kamado Joe Kettle Joe. The strip loin is subjected to the best of low and slow bark building and direct fast searing. The mayonnaise-based sauce sear creates a crust and flavor profile second to none.
If you're looking for a simple barbecue recipe, then you'll love these Butterflied BBQ Pork Chops. Chef Tom fires up the Kamado Joe Kettle Joe and utilizes the SloRoller to smoke the chops before cranking up the heat for a seared finish!
Today we are grinding up a whole brisket for a Texas brisket inspired Smoked Texas Brisket Burger featuring our Cowboy Coffee Bacon Jam and homemade pickles. Chef Tom fires up the Yoder Smokers Loaded Wichita Offset Smoker to slow smoke the burgers before finishing them with a high heat sear on the griddle over oak splits INSIDE THE FIRE BOX!
No game day is complete without chicken wings, so for the big game Chef Tom is turning up the heat with these reverse seared Honey Habanero Buffalo Wings, cooked over charcoal in the Yoder Smokers Adjustable Flat Top Charcoal Grill!
Chef Tom brings you his recipe for Coffee Crusted Beef Tenderloin, cooked using the reverse sear method on the Yoder Smokers YS640s Pellet Grill and finished with a Garlic Brie Cream Sauce. This recipe is simple enough to make any day of the week, but decadent enough for the most special occasions!
If you can't tell from our videos, we love steak, especially when the steak is a Creekstone Farms Master Chef Choice Cowboy Ribeye. In this video Chef Tom reverse sears our ribeye on a Napoleon Grills P500RSIB and infuses it with a little smoke flavor during the first part of the cook.
Porchetta, the Italian rolled roast that can be made with a number of pork cuts, is currently blowing the minds of the employees here at All Things Barbecue. It’s a simple process, really, though it requires some patience. Our take on this Italian classic features a pork loin and pork belly, both of which were brined before being rolled and tied together and reverse seared for maximum flavor and texture.