Paleo Recipes for BBQ Lovers (cont'd)

board dressing
A fresh and bright board sauce recipe is a great way to add an additional depth of flavor to grilled steak. A technique that was created by Chef Adam Perry Lang, board dressings feature fresh herbs and olive oil that are painted on the cutting board, allowing the flavors to meld with the meat's juices as it's sliced. read more
Sous Vide Que Pork Loin
Create perfect pork loins every time with this recipe for sous vide and smoked (sous-vide-que) pork loin. Lean pork loin is cooked to perfection in a sous vide water bath until moist and tender before being finished with indirect heat on the grill until smoky and golden brown. You'll never look at pork loin the same. read more
Sous Vide Que Bottom Round Roast
Sous-vide-que bottom round roast makes an inexpensive and extremely lean cut of beef mouthwateringly tender by combining the sous vide method with the grill. Our recipe starts with a low temperature water bath to make it moist and tender, followed by a barbecue element via live smoke and fire for extra flavor. read more
brads hog
The recipe for purchasing, preparing, and cooking a whole hog or suckling pig and how to hold a traditional Carolina Pig Picking. read more
sliced raw fennel
Grill roasted fennel makes a fantastic addition to sausage pizza. Or just serve it as a side dish. Or mix it into pasta. Do whatever you like with this easy, versatile recipe. read more
Guy Fieri
Here is a recipe for a flavorful Caribbean style mojo sauce. Mojo sauce is extremely popular in Cuba and Puerto Rico where every mother has her own recipe, usually relying heavily on garlic, olive oil, citrus. Here Fieri has paired his mojo with pork ribs, but it is also wonderful on chicken, fish, and beef. read more
Grill Roasted Nuts Recipe
This recipe for grill roasted nuts is an instant party pleaser. A splash of Worcestershire, black pepper, garlic, cumin, and hot sauce give these nuts a bold, beefy flavor. Serve them at any tailgating party or backyard BBQ and grilling party. You can also roasted these in the oven if you don't have a grill. read more
perfect cracklin
Cracklins, chiccharrons, and grattons are made from pork skins and rinds. Here's a better way to make them than just frying them the old fashioned way. read more
pork chop
Ensure moist and flavorful pork chops every time with this recipe for brined and smoked chops. While the lack of fat can often result in dry pork chops, a simple brine will keep them extra juicy. They are then smoked and seared on the grill for a deep smoky flavor before being finished with a tangy mustard bbq sauce. read more
Controlled Burn Hot Sauce Recipe
There are a gazillion hot pepper sauces on the market but here's a recipe for a signature hot pepper sauce you can easily make at home. Focused on flavor first, our controlled burn hot sauce is infinitely more complex than most sauces and has just the right amount of heat to amp up foods without overpowering them. read more
Mustard BBQ sauce
In South Carolina BBQ sauces feature mustard. Here's a recipe that amps up the flavor with herbs. This sauce is fine for ribs but it is especially good on pulled pork, pork chops, baked potatoes, pretzels, hot dogs, and so much more. Make a batch and keep it on hand for whenever you need mustard including recipes. read more
Giant Ketchup Bottle
Why rely on sub-par store bought bottled ketchup when you can impress your BBQ and grilling guests with your own homemade version (a.k.a. zombie blood). This ketchup recipe is made by reducing ripe tomatoes to a thick paste, and adding vinegar, sweetener, herbs, and spices until it is thick, rich, and oh so flavorful. read more
brat bratwurst sandwich
This tasty recipe for making your own homemade German style bratwurst is sure to be a hit with guests at your next BBQ and grilling cookout. With a silky smooth texture and perfect snap from the casing, these classic bratwursts are perfect for the grill and put the mass produced store bought versions to shame. read more
Smoked almonds on the grill
Canned smoked almonds are alright but smoking them yourself on the grill truly makes them extraordinary. Serve them straight, mixed with dried fruit, or sprinkled as garnish on your favorite dishes. If you don't have a smoker or grill you can make most of these recipes just fine in your indoor oven. read more
Smoked Simon and Garfunkel Almonds
Smoked to perfection on the grill and seasoned just right with AmazingRibs.com's popular Simon & Garfunkel rub, these almonds are a crowd favorite. Serve them on their own, use them in salads, or so much more. If you don't have a smoker or grill you can make most of these recipes just fine in your indoor oven. read more

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AmazingRibs.com Editor David Joachim has authored, edited, or collaborated on more than 45 cookbooks including four on barbecue and grilling, making him a perfect match for a website dedicated to the “Science of Barbecue and Grilling.” His Food Science column has appeared in "Fine Cooking" magazine since 2011. 

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