Paleo Recipes for BBQ Lovers (cont'd)

whole hog barbecue
Create your own amazing East Carolina vinegar BBQ sauce and mop with this simple to follow recipe. Tangy and spicy, Low Country vinegar sauce is great for finishing fatty pork and does double duty as a baste (or mop) for adding layers of flavor to the meat as it cooks. Because it is so thin, it penetrates deep. read more
Smoked Louisiana andouille sausage
Andouille sausage is the soul of New Orleans Creole cooking. It is spicy, garlicky, and smoky. Here is how to make this classic Louisiana sausage. read more
Sous-Vide-Que Duck Confit
This recipe takes duck confit to new heights by using the sous vide method for moistness and tenderness along with the grill for smokiness. Here, meaty duck legs are slow cooked in duck fat until fall apart tender before being finished on the grill until it is kissed with smoke and the skin is perfectly crisp. read more
chicken cracklins
Don't throw away those chicken skins! Cook them up into crispy, savory cracklins to snack on or serve as a garnish with the cooked poultry. It's easy. This recipe shows you two methods for making any poultry cracklins on the grill or in a frying pan. Plus recipes for chicken bacon, schmaltz and gribenes! read more
grilled salsa
Skip the store bought salsa and opt for these two flavorful home made Mexican salsas: Pico de Gallo and a Grilled Salsa Roja. Known in the US as tomato salsa, salsa roja is an important building block in Mexican cuisine. Fresh quality ingredients are essential, especially fresh tomatoes, when making salsa at home. read more
italian sausages
Italian sausage has never tasted better than when it is freshly made by hand. This homemade Italian sausage recipe features coarsely ground pork sausage in natural pork casing, with a distinctive flavor from fennel seed and other herbs and spices. Try it on pizza, in sandwiches, in pasta sauce, and so much more. read more
maple taffy
Chewy and rich, maple taffy's texture and flavor are a real treat. Since it is made in the snow, this recipe is sure to be a hit with the kids. You'll need 100% pure real maple syrup, preferably dark maple syrup, as opposed to mass produced pancake syrup that is made from corn syrup and isn't nearly as flavorful. read more
Smoked Sous-Vide-Que BBQ Brisket Recipe
Create mouthwateringly tender BBQ beef brisket every time with this recipe for sous-vide-que brisket. By starting with a low and slow sous vide water bath, otherwise tough brisket is rendered moist and tender before finishing it on the smoker or grill to add the deep, smoky goodness of traditional brisket. read more
Smoked Beef Ribs
Create delicious smoked Texas-style BBQ beef ribs at home with this tested smoked beef rib recipe. Whether it is meaty beef short ribs or the more flavorful beef back ribs, the key to successfully replicating this Texas BBQ classic is cooking them low and slow over live fire with just the perfect touch of smoke. read more
glazed salmon
No fish is more receptive to smoke than salmon. This recipe creates an elegant, delicate, moist piece of salmon with a hint of sweet, salt, and garlic. Unlike the stuff we put on bagels, it is "hot smoked" at about 225°F. It is perfect served on its own, in potatoes, in scrambled eggs or risotto, or as a sandwich. read more

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