Paleo Recipes for BBQ Lovers (cont'd)

Smoked Pork Rib Tips
This simple smoked rib tips recipe makes the perfect snack, appetizer, or main course. The rib tip (a.k.a. brisket, costal cartilage, or break) is the triangular, cartilage-dotted slab of meat attached to the lower end of the sparerib. Seasoned with BBQ rub then slow smoked on the grill, these are a surefire hit. read more
harissa paste
If made properly, harissa is a very deep, rich, complex paste, much more interesting than any bottled hot sauce. You can buy it, but it is easy to make with this recipe. Use it on everything from fajitas to stews, soups, couscous, fish, and meats. It's great mixed in to mayonnaise, ketchup, and BBQ sauce. read more
Sous Vide Que Pork Belly
If you like bacon then you'll love pork belly. Fall apart tender and full of smoky goodness, this recipe for sous-vide-que pork belly is sure to be a crowd favorite. Starting with a low and slow sous vide water bath, the moist and tender pork belly is then smoked and grilled to create a truly amazing dish. read more
warm potato salad thumb
The recipe for the world's easiest potato salad. read more
rendezvous ribs
Charlie Vergos' Rendezvous is a Memphis BBQ staple and now you can create their signature dry rubbed ribs at home. Baby back ribs are cooked hot and fast over charcoal, basted constantly with a vinegary mop sauce, and then covered in their seasoning. In true Memphis fashion, there is no sauce on these dry rub ribs. read more
flank steak
Crusty on the outside and juicy on the inside, this recipe for grilled flank steak is a great alternative to more pricey beef cuts such as ribeyes. Because they are thin, hot and fast cooking over direct heat is key to perfect flank steak. This is a great cut for a flavorful board sauce or chimichurri sauce. read more
Brigit Binns
Say so long to the thick brown steak sauce found at your local grocer and hello to a more flavorful homemade version. Created by cookbook author Brigit Binns, this is the real deal, providing a far deeper, richer, more complex, and bright alternative to A-1 and others. Try it on burgers, meatloaf, and so much more. read more
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

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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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