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The Best Grilled Corn You’ve Ever Eaten

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Meathead

You will never look at corn the same way again after trying this recipe for the ultimate grill roasted corn on the cob recipe. While boiling and steaming are popular methods of cooking corn, the smokiness and caramelization achieved by grilling it directly over live fire. Butter and tarragon help round out the flavor.

Published On: 7/25/2021

Smoked Whipped Cream: The Secret To Amazing Grilled Strawberry Shortcake

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Clint Cantwell

Briefly grilled strawberries and smoked whipped cream are the stars of this delicious BBQ twist on southern strawberry shortcake. This delicious strawberry shortcake grilled dessert recipe features lightly charred grilled strawberries, blueberries for a patriotic touch, and whipped cream that has been lightly smoked.

Published On: 6/28/2021 Last Modified: 6/29/2021

Satay Spice Blend Brings A Taste Of Thailand, Indonesia, And Java To Chicken On The Grill

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Meathead

Satay is made all across Asia. It probably originated in Indonesia or Java but can be found in being cooked by street vendors and upscale restaurants in Thailand, Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore, and even China, Japan, and most Thai restaurants in the US. Usually it is small wooden skewers of chicken, pork, goat, or beef strips, even […]

Published On: 2/23/2021 Last Modified: 4/15/2021

How Have You Lived Without Mrs. Meathead’s Basic Italian Vinaigrette Recipe?

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Meathead

Here’s is a great all-purpose Italian vinaigrette with lots of herbs that my wife, LT, makes. We use it on salads, as a base for marinades, and on all manner of meats and veggies. For marinating ribs, I make a few minor additions.

Published On: 2/12/2021 Last Modified: 4/15/2021

Give Grilled Pork Tenderloin The Steak Treatment With Green Peppercorn Sauce

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Dave Joachim

Grilled pork tenderloin comes together fast and takes on classic French flavors in the hands of Georgia’s Top Chef Kevin Gillespie. Like classic Steak Diane, the sliced tenderloin is served with a sauce of sautéed and cooked down onions, garlic, whiskey, stock, cream and crushed green peppercorns.

Published On: 1/21/2021 Last Modified: 3/15/2021

Enjoy Your Barbecue With A Side Of Brunswick Stew

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Dave Joachim

Top Chef Fan Favorite Kevin Gillespie says that barbecue is always served with Brunswick stew in his native Georgia. Squirrel is the traditional meat, but Kevin likes to use beef and pork or even scraps of barbecued pork. His recipe also includes a secret ingredient that amplifies the flavors of everything else.

Published On: 1/14/2021 Last Modified: 3/25/2021

Turketta Recipe: Stuffed And Smoked Turkey Breast

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Meathead

This flavor rich and visually stunning smoked turketta recipe is a fun holiday twist on traditional Italian porchetta. Turkey breast makes it much easier and faster than boning out a whole pig or even just the belly and loin. A stuffing of port soaked cranberries elevates the turkey breast to epic heights.

Published On: 11/17/2020 Last Modified: 4/22/2021

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Chicken Sausage Recipe with Simon & Garfunkel Rub That Will Have You Telling All That The Sky Is Falling

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Chef Ryan

Store bought chicken sausage has nothing on this flavorful homemade version featuring our signature Simon and Garfunkel rub. This recipe makes a fine link, but it can also be crumbled and mixed in with a creamy pasta sauce, used as the topping on a white pizza, and made into meatballs for chicken soup.

Published On: 11/16/2020 Last Modified: 3/29/2021

Say Oui To The Perfect Decadent Custardy French Omelet Or Scrambled Eggs

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Meathead

With the addition of a little cornstarch, we let chemistry amp up the classic French omelet recipe. I dare you to make a better one.

Published On: 10/12/2020 Last Modified: 7/17/2021

Get A Whiff Of Homemade Smoked Almonds With Simon & Garfunkel Rub

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Meathead

Smoked 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, and so much more. If you don’t have a smoker or grill, you can make this recipe just fine in your indoor oven.

Published On: 10/6/2020 Last Modified: 5/18/2021

Simon & Garfunkel Spice Rub For Poultry Recipe

With “parsley, sage, rosemary and thyme,” as the song goes, this herb blend goes on everything. Try it on chicken, turkey, potatoes, grilled asparagus, eggs, pork, you name it.

Published On: 10/6/2020 Last Modified: 5/18/2021

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Perfectly Grilled Duck Breasts Get The Star Treatment With A Rich Cherry Port Sauce

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Meathead

The breasts are the best meat on the duck, and they should be treated like red meat, cooked medium rare to medium, with crispy skin. With this recipe for grilled duck breasts and a complementary dark, rich, cherry port wine sauce, you’ll always get it right.

Published On: 9/22/2020 Last Modified: 3/26/2021

Mouthwatering Country Style Ribs Recipe

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Meathead

Despite what the name implies, country-style ribs are actually pork chops that are cut from the front end of the baby backs near the shoulder. Ensure moist and flavorful country ribs every time with this recipe that calls for dry brining before smoking and searing on the grill for a deep smoky flavor before saucing.

Published On: 9/22/2020 Last Modified: 4/8/2021

Got Tomatoes? Make This Smoked Caprese Sandwich

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Dave Joachim

Quick, before summer is over, make these sandwiches! They’re soooo good. And so easy. If you keep some smoked cherry tomatoes and basil pesto on hand (both easy to make with our recipes), this sandwich comes together in no time. And it tastes like a summer breeze!

Published On: 8/25/2020 Last Modified: 4/14/2021

This Asian Style Bacon Recipe Is The Perfect Combo Of Spicy Sweet And Savory Flavors

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Meathead

Salty and sweet is the magic combo for bacon. Using honey for the sweet and adding spicy Sriracha takes it over the top, especially when you amp up the savory, meaty, umami flavors with hoisin and soy sauce. Ginger, garlic, and five-spice powder round out the Chinese flavor profile here.

Published On: 8/15/2020 Last Modified: 5/19/2021

Once You Make Maple Bacon, You’ll Never Get Store Bought Again

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Meathead

You seriously need to make this bacon. It’s not hard. And it is so worth it. It’s one of those processes that mostly just takes time. And for your patience you are rewarded with some the most delicious, homemade smoky bacon you’ll ever taste.

Published On: 8/15/2020 Last Modified: 5/19/2021

This Maple Glazed BBQ Ribs Recipe Will Make You The Boss Of Your Block

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Meathead

Impress guests at your next BBQ and grilling cookout for this sweet and savory rib recipe starring a glaze of real maple syrup. The result is extremely tender, juicy, meat with a beautiful mirror like sheen from the glaze. More than one cook has written to tell us that the recipe results in the best ribs ever tasted.

Published On: 7/7/2020 Last Modified: 4/24/2021

Texas Hot Links (aka Texas Hot Guts): Bigger, Better Smoked Sausage

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Meathead

In Texas, smoked sausage is as central to barbecue as brisket. There is no standard recipe, but natural casings always hold the ground meat mixture. My favorite blend leans more on pork than beef and includes lots of black pepper. If you like smoked sausage, you’ll love this Texas Hot Guts recipe.

Published On: 2/10/2020 Last Modified: 3/29/2021

No Mess Crispy Grilled Buffalo Wings

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Meathead

Grilling Buffalo wings may sound like blasphemy but the results from this non-deep fried twist are simply amazing. By cooking this All-American Classic on the grill, you avoid the deep frying mess while also adding a deep, smoky flavor. The Buffalo wings start with indirect smoke before being crisped over direct heat.

Published On: 1/14/2020 Last Modified: 3/25/2021

Ssam Jang: The Secret Sauce of Korean Grilling

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Dave Joachim

Here’s the classic Korean sauce for grilled meats rolled up in lettuce leaves. This savory, slightly sweet and spicy ssam jang recipe includes doenjang (Korean miso), gochujang (Korean chile paste), green onions, garlic, and sesame oil. It’s perfect for any grilled meat. Roll up and enjoy!

Published On: 12/30/2019 Last Modified: 4/15/2021

Korean Grilled Pork Belly Gets Super Flavorful With A Spicy-Sweet Glaze

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Dave Joachim

Pork belly tastes fantastic grilled. The key is to braise it first to render out some fat. That avoids a blazing inferno of melted fat your grill. It also gets you a nice crisp exterior on the meat. Then glaze the crispy pork belly with whatever you like. We love spicy-sweet Korean ssam jang here. Try the recipe!

Published On: 12/28/2019 Last Modified: 3/29/2021

Grilled London Broil That’s Chock Full Of Flavor

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Meathead

London broil is NOT a cut of meat. It is a cooking method and here is a modern recipe to make it properly with a simple marinade.

Published On: 12/17/2019 Last Modified: 4/13/2021

Here’s The One All-Purpose Marinade/Brinerade Recipe You Need For Seafood And Veggies

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Meathead

As I explain in my article on the science and myths of marinades, they don’t penetrate most foods very far. The exceptions are seafood and vegetables. This one is based on a wonderful, herby salad dressing that my wife created.

Published On: 12/6/2019 Last Modified: 4/15/2021

Give Thanks For The Ultimate Spatchcock Turkey Recipe

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Clint Cantwell

This spatchcock (butterflied) turkey gets a boost of flavor from sage butter and citrus-herb salt before hitting the smoker or grill for the perfect dose of smoke and flame. By spatchcocking the turkey, you guarantee that the dark and white meat are cooked to perfection as the heat is dispersed evenly across the bird.

Published On: 11/7/2019 Last Modified: 7/20/2021

Elk Steak Seared In Cast Iron Is As Simple And Delicious As It Gets

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Malcom Reed

YouTube BBQ star Malcom Reed joins us again with his super simple, super delicious recipe for elk steak. Season it with salt and pepper, sear it in a cast iron pan over hot coals, then add some butter, garlic, and rosemary, basting the steak with melted butter as it cooks. Doesn’t get much easier–or better–than that!

Published On: 10/23/2019 Last Modified: 3/25/2021

A Bacon Wrap Keeps Smoked Venison Backstrap Rich And Juicy

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Malcom Reed

YouTube star Malcom Reed makes an appearance here with his recipe for Stuffed Venison Backstrap. A bacon wrap and a stuffing of crumbled bacon, sauteed onions and mushrooms, and cream cheese make this lean game meat rich and juicy.

Published On: 10/23/2019 Last Modified: 3/27/2021

Chicken Spiedini Cordon Bleu Takes Skewers to Another Level

Spiedini are Italian skewers, and this recipe adds the flavors of French chicken cordon bleu but with Spanish Serrano ham and Manchego cheese all rolled up in grilled chicken breasts. No matter how you slice it, you get tons of flavor in every bite!

Published On: 10/21/2019 Last Modified: 3/26/2021

Cherry Tomatoes: Smoke ’Em If You Got ’Em

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Meathead

Smoked Tomato Raisins are the single best thing you can do with cherry tomatoes and here is the recipe for creating them. They are superb for snacking, on salads, on a pizza, in pasta, baked into breads, stuffed into chicken breasts or pork chops, or anything you would do with raisins or sun dried tomatoes.

Published On: 10/20/2019 Last Modified: 4/14/2021

Never Before Revealed, The Award Winning BBQ Competition Chicken Recipe, Iowa’s Smokey D’s Style

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Clint Cantwell

Discover how to create perfect award-winning competition BBQ chicken with this tested recipe from Darren Warth of Iowa’s Smokey D’s BBQ. Arguably the hottest team on the barbecue cooking circuit, Iowa’s Smokey D’s guide you through the various steps involved in creating amazing 1st place worthy grilled chicken thighs!

Published On: 10/19/2019 Last Modified: 4/24/2021

Blasphemy Ribs Are Controversial But Taste Amazing

A whole rack of smoked pork ribs only has the bark and glaze on two sides. If you slice the rack into single rib portions, you get maximum flavorful bark and glaze in every bite. With this ribs recipe, you also get a pronounced smoke ring and they take less time to cook! Traditional? No. Delicious? Absolutely!

Published On: 10/8/2019 Last Modified: 4/20/2021

Grilled S’mores Donuts: The Easiest Grilled Dessert Ever

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Dave Joachim

When grilled, the sugar on glazed donuts melts and caramelizes. And when it cools, it forms a crackingly crisp crust like the top of crème brulee. Fill the donut with melted marshmallows and dunk it in chocolate sauce, and you’re in grilled dessert heaven! So easy and sooooo delicious!

Published On: 10/3/2019 Last Modified: 4/15/2021

Asian Style BBQ Sauce

With a combination of East-meets-West ingredients, this simple Asian BBQ sauce recipe brings the heat and the sweet to enhance the flavors of your favorite foods. It’s especially good as a dipping sauce for fried appetizers like pulled pork egg rolls.

Published On: 9/6/2019 Last Modified: 4/18/2021

Got Leftover Pork? Try These Pulled Pork Egg Rolls

If you have some leftover pulled pork, here’s a creative recipe that lets you enjoy it again in a different way: in spicy, savory pulled pork egg rolls. Delicious!

Published On: 9/6/2019 Last Modified: 4/26/2021

Ratatouille Tastes Better Grilled

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Meathead

Grilled ratatouille takes it up a notch. You may never make ratatouille the old way again! Serve it over pasta, couscous, or rice.

Published On: 9/3/2019 Last Modified: 4/15/2021

How To Make “Close Proximity Smoked Fish”

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Meathead

If we want to get some smoke on quick cooking fish we need to place the fish in close proximity to smoldering wood. Here is a technique that gives fish just the right kiss of smoke without overwhelming its natural beauty.

Published On: 9/3/2019 Last Modified: 6/18/2021

Pork Belly Porchetta: The Best Pork Roast Ever

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Meathead

The quintessential taste of Italy is not pasta, not pizza, not Barolo, and not olive oil. It is porchetta, a rich, fatty, herby, crazy fragrant, crazy good, boneless pork roast swaddled in incredibly crunchy pork cracklins, sliced, and served on a rustic bun.

Published On: 9/3/2019 Last Modified: 3/29/2021

Bacon Wrapped Spare Ribs Will Blow Your Mind

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Dave Joachim

Just when you thought spare ribs couldn’t get any better! The secret to this bacon wrapped ribs recipe is wrapping each rib in bacon. Rub, smoke, and glaze, and they’re done! This simple but ridiculously awesome combo is easy to pull off and is certain to wow your guests.

Published On: 7/24/2019 Last Modified: 4/26/2021

Green Meanie Soup Packs A Punch of Veggies

Here’s a fun way to get your kids to eat their vegetables and help cook them! Creamy leek and cauliflower soup is good for the whole family and easy to make. The recipe is also flexible enough to include your favorite proteins like shredded chicken or bacon. To take it a step further, try smoking the cauliflower first.

Published On: 7/9/2019 Last Modified: 4/14/2021

This Roasted Garlic Recipe Will Have You Putting It In Everything

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Meathead

Roasting garlic mellows the flavor and produces an amazing spread for bread, toast or crackers. You can even add it to various dishes like mashed potatoes to take it up to the next level of flavor. Here’s an easy recipe showing you different ways to make roasted garlic.

Published On: 6/15/2019 Last Modified: 4/20/2021

Yes, You Can Cook Artichokes On Your Grill

If you like steamed or boiled whole artichokes, try them stuffed with a simple herbed bread crumb stuffing. The secret ingredient in this stuffed artichoke recipe is “Roman mint.” But any kind of mint will do. You can even cook these artichokes on your grill!

Published On: 6/11/2019 Last Modified: 4/14/2021

Classic Cumberland Sauce Pairs Perfectly with Game Meats, Lamb, and Beef

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Henrik Oscarsson

Cumberland sauce is a sweet, spicy, and sharp combination of red currant jelly, port wine, citrus, mustard, and a bit of cayenne pepper for zip. This classic German sauce makes the ideal accompaniment to game meats and works equally well with lamb and beef. This easy recipe was inspired by one at chefdecuisine.com.

Published On: 5/29/2019 Last Modified: 4/15/2021

Classic Meatloaf Gets An Autumnal Lift With Cheese, Smoke, And Spiced Red Currant Jelly

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Henrik Oscarsson

What would improve a classic meatloaf recipe? How about a stuffing of velvety smooth cream cheese? And then a leisurely smoking session to pick up lots of smoke flavor? And for the crowning touch, a glaze of classic German Cumberland sauce made with red currant jam, port wine, mustard, ginger, and citrus. Wow!

Published On: 5/29/2019 Last Modified: 3/27/2021

This Salsa Verde Recipe Beats the Jarred and Canned Stuff Hands Down

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Dave Joachim

Grill roast some peppers, puree them with aromatics, and boom! You have salsa verde, a.k.a. green enchilada sauce. This staple of Mexican cuisine is simple to make and extremely versatile. Make this recipe, then use it on enchiladas, carne asada tacos, or with your morning eggs.

Published On: 5/10/2019 Last Modified: 4/15/2021

Chili Verde Goes To A Whole ’Nother Level With Smoked Pork Butt

Salsa verde, a.k.a. green enchilada sauce, makes a great soup base. Add some smoked and cubed pork butt, and you’ve got a fantastic salsa verde pork chili. Taste all the smoky, spicy goodness in this simple tested chili recipe.

Published On: 5/9/2019 Last Modified: 3/29/2021

Grilled Limes Take Margaritas To An Epic Level Of Flavor

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Clint Cantwell

Grilling and chilling is the secret to the most delicious margarita you’ve ever tasted! The classic frozen margarita gets a smoky blast in this recipe for Grilled Lime Margaritas featuring limes that have been charred on the grill. Juice the limes and combine with tequila, triple sec, sugar, and ice then blend well.

Published On: 4/18/2019 Last Modified: 4/15/2021

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Caprese Flank Steak Takes The Classic Italian Salad To The Grill

Here is an outstanding recipe for Caprese Flank Steak from Attjack, a member of our Pitmaster Club. This recipe combines a classic Italian Caprese salad with grilled flank steak in a butterflied and rolled steak cut into pinwheels and grilled hot and fast. Salad, meet grill. Grill, salad.

Published On: 4/12/2019 Last Modified: 6/10/2021

A Chicken Tortilla Soup Recipe That Warms The Soul

Winter, spring, summer, or fall, all you have to do is call for a bowl of this soul warming Mexican style chicken tortilla soup!

Published On: 4/12/2019 Last Modified: 3/26/2021

A Pastrami Rub Recipe That Rivals New York’s Famed Katz’s Deli

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Meathead

Pastrami depends heavily on the spice blend applied to the cured corned beef. But the distinctive combination of coriander, black pepper, and other spices works wonders on goose or duck breast, on pork belly, on beef short ribs to name a few options. After much research and trial and error, here’s my approximation of Katz’s pastrami rub.

Published On: 3/24/2019 Last Modified: 5/7/2021

Smoked Pork Crown Roast, The Reigning King Of Your Holiday Meal

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Clint Cantwell

Looking to wow your guests this holiday season? Cut from a 10 or 12 bone rack of pork that is trimmed (Frenched) to expose the ends of the bones, a pork crown roast is the ultimate edible centerpiece. It is also perfect for filling with a flavorful stuffing as done in this recipe for smoked pork crown roast.

Published On: 12/18/2018 Last Modified: 4/26/2021

Decadently Delicious Smoked Butternut Squash Soup

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Clint Cantwell

Rich and creamy with a delicate kiss of smoke, this recipe for grill roasted butternut squash soup is a wonderful way to kick off any fall or winter meal. The soup features smoked butternut squash, vegetable broth, heavy cream, and a touch of maple syrup, then it is served warm with a garnish of sour cream and pepitas!

Published On: 11/5/2018 Last Modified: 4/14/2021

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Turkey And Stuffing Blended Burger: Thanksgiving On A Bun

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Clint Cantwell

Enjoy Thanksgiving all year long thanks to this delicious recipe for a turkey and stuffing blended burger. This is the ultimate Thanksgiving-inspired burger – a turkey and stuffing patty topped with sweet potato waffle fries, a tart and tangy cranberry barbecue sauce, and a buttery brioche bun! Let’s all give thanks.

Published On: 10/24/2018 Last Modified: 5/20/2021

Make the Most of Sweet Corn with Sever’s Grilled Country Corn Casserole

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Dave Joachim

Highlight the flavor of sweet summer corn, fresh tomatoes, and herbs in this simple vegetable casserole recipe. It makes a fantastic side dish for any barbecue.

Published On: 10/23/2018 Last Modified: 4/14/2021

Dig Into Pork Belly Two Ways in this Traditional Danish Dish

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Dave Joachim

If you like bacon, you’ll love this recipe including both pork belly and bacon. They are suspended over new potatoes as they cook, infusing the potatoes with savory richness. A simple white sauce enhanced with lemon and parsley complete this traditional dish from Denmark.

Published On: 10/17/2018 Last Modified: 3/27/2021

Need Salt Potatoes With Less Salt? Here’s Our Modern Version

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Meathead

Try this updated recipe for Syracuse salt potatoes with less salt and more flavor. I amp up the flavor with garlic and herbs and toss the spuds on the grill to brown and crunchify them. Just don’t call them Syracuse Salt Potatoes.

Published On: 10/17/2018 Last Modified: 4/14/2021

Twice Baked Potatoes With Cheddar Cheese Will Set You Straight

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Meathead

Baked potatoes are so good that they become even better by baking them twice! For this method, I bake the potatoes whole on the grill, then mash and mix the cooked potato with spiced sour cream, stuff it back into the potato jacket, top it with cheddar cheese and bake it again. Potato nirvana!

Published On: 10/16/2018 Last Modified: 4/15/2021

Love Me Tender Slow Cooker BBQ Pulled Pork Recipe

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Clint Cantwell

Just because you don’t have time to fire up the smoker or grill doesn’t mean that you can’t enjoy full flavored BBQ pulled pork thanks to this simple set-and-forget slow cooker recipe. Cooked indoors over low heat for several hours, the seasoned pork butt emerges moist, flavorful, and fall apart tender.

Published On: 10/16/2018 Last Modified: 3/25/2021

Insanely Addictive Sweet Potato Fries, The Grill Frying Method

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Clint Cantwell

If you’re a fan of sweet potato fries then you’ll do backflips over this grill fried recipe featuring perfectly deep fried sweet potato sticks coated with smoked honey and garnished with deep fried sage. Even better, deep frying is done on the grill, doing away with the mess and lingering odor of deep frying indoors.

Published On: 10/9/2018 Last Modified: 4/24/2021

Break Out The Foil And Wrap Up This Easy Shrimp Boil For A Taste Of The Beach In Your Backyard

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Clint Cantwell

This mouthwatering grilled shrimp boil recipe is an effortless family style feast for your backyard cookout. There’s something truly engaging about diving into a steaming hot peel-and-eat shrimp boil, fingers dripping with spicy juices as you devour the tender shrimp, potatoes, sausage, and corn, all done on the grill.

Published On: 10/1/2018 Last Modified: 4/6/2021

Try Marc Vetri’s Naples Style Pizza Dough for Your Next Pizza

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Dave Joachim

Renowned Philadelphia chef Marc Vetri shares his recipe for Naples style pizza dough from his book, Mastering Pizza. It’s the perfect dough for making grilled Neapolitan pizza in a kamado.

Published On: 9/28/2018 Last Modified: 4/15/2021

How to Make Grill Roasted Fennel

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Dave Joachim

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.

Published On: 9/28/2018 Last Modified: 4/16/2021

How to Make the World’s Easiest Pizza Sauce

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Dave Joachim

The best pizza sauce is also the easiest. Tomatoes, olive oil, basil and salt. What more do you need? You can blend up this sauce recipe right in a tall 1-quart container. Then use it make the pizza of your dreams. Or refrigerate it for a few days.

Published On: 9/28/2018 Last Modified: 4/16/2021

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How to Make Kamado Grilled Sausage Pizza

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Dave Joachim

A grill makes a crisp pizza, and kamado style grills offer distinct advantages. Here’s how to make sausage pizza on a Big Green Egg or other kamado, including techniques and recipes for grilled pizza from renowned Italian chef, Marc Vetri.

Published On: 9/27/2018 Last Modified: 4/14/2021

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Brat Burgers With Beer Cheese Sauce, A Taste Of Wisconsin On A Bun

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Clint Cantwell

When it comes to great burger recipes, this is the best of the ‘wurst featuring a grilled bratwurst patty, charred peppers and onions, and a rich and creamy beer cheese sauce all served on a pretzel bun. Why decide between a bratwurst and a burger when you can have both in this mouthwatering brat burger recipe.

Published On: 9/25/2018 Last Modified: 4/16/2021

Homemade Trail Mix Recipe: Don’t Take A Step Without This Sweet-N-Salty Mix

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Meathead

If you like trail mix then you’re sure to love this customizable recipe for making your own blend at home. Use this recipe as a starting point then add or subtract ingredients according to your own tastes. This trail mix blend is the perfect mid-day snack and is also great for serving at a tailgating or backyard party.

Published On: 9/21/2018 Last Modified: 7/20/2021

Got Beer? Snack On These Beefy Beer Nuts Between Sips

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Meathead

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.

Published On: 9/21/2018 Last Modified: 4/16/2021

Grill Roasting Makes These Five Spice Cashews Perfect

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Meathead

Five spice powder adds an Asian flair to homemade grill roasted cashews. This flavorful recipe is perfect for any BBQ party. 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.

Published On: 9/21/2018 Last Modified: 4/15/2021

Fragrant Roasted Pecans, The Ultimate BBQ Snack

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Meathead

Say goodbye to store bought roasted pecans forever thanks to this fragrant home made version. Cinnamon, clove, and allspice are welcome additions to roasted pecans and make them the perfect snack for tailgating or a cookout. If you don’t have a grill, you can easily make these in your indoor oven.

Published On: 9/21/2018 Last Modified: 4/16/2021

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Grill Roasted Curry Lime Cashews

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Meathead

Curry and lime elevate homemade roasted cashews to new levels of deliciousness. Cashews are tossed in a flavorful mixture before being smoked on the grill. They are an amazing snack for backyard BBQ parties or tailgating adventures. Don’t worry if you don’t have a grill; they can also be roasted in the oven.

Published On: 9/21/2018 Last Modified: 4/16/2021

Pack in the Flavor With These Full Flavored Homemade Rosemary Cashews

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Meathead

Rosemary adds an unexpectedly fresh and fragrant touch to these homemade grill roasted cashews. These grill smoked candied cashews are perfect as a bar snack or served at any backyard BBQ and grilling party. If you don’t have a smoker or grill you can make most of these recipes just fine in your indoor oven.

Published On: 9/21/2018 Last Modified: 4/16/2021

Homemade Smoked Almonds With Simon & Garfunkel Rub

By:

Meathead

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.

Published On: 9/21/2018 Last Modified: 4/26/2021

Amp Up Your Party Nut Platter with These Smoked BBQ Almonds, Grill Roasted With Memphis Dust

By:

Meathead

Smoking almonds at home couldn’t be easier and the addition of Meathead’s Memphis Dust BBQ rub takes them to a new level. 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.

Published On: 9/20/2018 Last Modified: 4/15/2021

Grill Smoked Almonds Beat The Canned Stuff Hands Down

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Meathead

Canned smoked almonds taste just okay. Smoking nuts on the grill makes them truly extraordinary. Serve these smoke almonds straight, mixed with dried fruit, or sprinkled as garnish on your favorite dishes. You could even crush them to top chicken. If you don’t have a smoker or grill you can make this recipe in your indoor oven.

Published On: 9/20/2018 Last Modified: 4/16/2021

Use Your Grill to Roast Cashews to Smoky-Sweet Perfection

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Meathead

If you like cashews (and really who doesn’t?), this flavorful recipe takes them over the top by roasting them on the grill. 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.

Published On: 9/20/2018 Last Modified: 4/16/2021

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Grill Roasted Peanuts With A Touch Of Thailand

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Meathead

Fans of Thai satay with peanut dipping sauce are sure to love this recipe for grill roasted satay peanuts. 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.

Published On: 9/20/2018 Last Modified: 4/16/2021

Candied Pecans From The Grill Are Sinfully Delicious

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Meathead

Candied pecans are always a hit as a snack and this recipe takes them over the top by roasting them on the grill. 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.

Published On: 9/20/2018 Last Modified: 4/16/2021

Roast Up Sweet, Smoky, Nutty Flavor With Grill Roasted Maple Ginger Pecans

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Clint Cantwell

Real maple syrup and ginger powder are an unexpectedly delicious addition to grill roasted candied pecans. This addictive little snack won’t stick around long. Try it on salads and over ice cream too!

Published On: 9/20/2018 Last Modified: 4/16/2021

Barbecued Maitake Steaks Will Change the Way You Think About Mushrooms

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Dave Joachim

Yes, you can smoke mushrooms the same way you smoke brisket. The key is a revolutionary new press-and-sear technique that creates a dense, meaty texture and satisfying browned flavor. This is a deeply satisfying barbecue dish—truly eye-opening for hardcore meat eaters.

Published On: 9/11/2018 Last Modified: 4/6/2021

Grill The Ultimate Fish Tacos

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Meathead

Fish tacos may be the best recipe ever to come from Mexico and this method produces superb results.

Published On: 9/8/2018 Last Modified: 4/6/2021

This Easy Pimento Cheese Stirs Up Almost Instantly

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Meathead

Ok. I get it. Pimento cheese is a classic. And you don’t mess with the classics. But I’m a devotee of delicious, and this recipe is downright delicious. It’s got the creaminess, the bite, the heat, and it’s ready lickety split.

Published On: 9/3/2018 Last Modified: 4/19/2021

You Say Smoked Pimento Cheese is Fancy? I Say It’s Fantastic!

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Meathead

Pimento cheese is a canvas. A springboard for creativity. Shredded cheddar, mayo, and chopped pimentos are just the start. From there, the sky’s the limit. I love this smoky take on the classic, and it’s not heresy. Many Southerners “doctor” the original recipe to show their creativity and one up their neighbors.

Published On: 9/2/2018 Last Modified: 4/19/2021

There’s More Than One Way To Make Polenta: Try Grits Italian Style Grilled!

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Meathead

Grits and polenta are basically the same dish prepared in different ways. If you like grits, you’ll love this recipe for polenta that’s cooled then grilled.

Published On: 9/2/2018 Last Modified: 4/16/2021

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Lobster Bisque That Will Make Your Guests Beg For More

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Meathead

A simple cream-based lobster bisque that will have your guests crying for more.

Published On: 9/2/2018 Last Modified: 3/29/2021

Beef And Mushroom Blended Burgers Stay Nice And Juicy

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Clint Cantwell

Amp up the umami with this flavor packed recipe featuring a beef and mushroom blended burger. If you’re a fan of mushroom Swiss burgers then you’re going to fall in love with the rich flavor of this unique take on the classic burger.

Published On: 8/30/2018 Last Modified: 4/20/2021

How To Make Deep Fried Snickers® Candy Bars Without the Mess

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Clint Cantwell

There’s something truly decadent about deep fried candy bars and now you can make them at home with this simple recipe. By deep frying outdoors on the grill, you avoid that lingering smell and oily mess in your kitchen. The airy batter gives way to a deliciously warm and melty chocolate candy center.

Published On: 8/30/2018 Last Modified: 4/16/2021

Fried Pickles Are An Addictive Appetizer, Especially When Prepared On The Grill

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Clint Cantwell

Why fry inside? Your outdoor grill handles the job better and makes incomparable fried pickles. Coated in a light and airy tempura batter, this delicious fried pickle recipe is a novel appetizer for your next cookout. Be prepared to make multiple batches, as everyone will be clamoring for more.

Published On: 8/29/2018 Last Modified: 4/24/2021

Fresh Pico De Gallo Adds Zip To Countless Dishes

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Meathead

Fresh tomatoes, scallions, jalapeno, and cilantro are the cornerstones of our addictively delicious recipe for homemade pico de gallo. Add a touch of brightness to tacos, quesadillas, and other Mexican dishes; a bold bite to scrambled eggs and omelets; a vibrant twist to salsa and chips; and so much more.

Published On: 8/15/2018 Last Modified: 4/15/2021

Grilled Watermelon Will Change the Way You Look At Summer’s Favorite Fruit

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Clint Cantwell

Grilling watermelon transforms an otherwise sweet summer treat into a savory side dish or dessert. Grilled watermelon tastes great plain but this recipe rounds out the flavor profile with fiery hot honey, citrusy lemon zest sea salt, and bright fresh mint.

Published On: 8/10/2018 Last Modified: 4/16/2021

Easy Tempura Beer Batter For Deep Frying

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Meathead

Tempura batter is light, lacy, and ultra crispy. It is ideal for deep frying vegetables and seafood. In this recipe, the bubbles from beer or club soda help achieve the right texture.

Published On: 8/9/2018 Last Modified: 4/14/2021

Grilled Romaine Salad Recipe Takes Vegetable Grilling to the Next Level

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Dave Joachim

This salad will change the way you think about grilled vegetables. The grill keeps the lettuce juicy and crunchy but also imparts smoky, meaty flavors to the salad. Serve this one with a fork and a knife.

Published On: 8/7/2018 Last Modified: 4/14/2021

Nashville Hot Chicken: Fiery, Juicy, And Made At Home

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Meathead

Nashville Hot Chicken is fried chicken for people who like it spicy. Variations include crispy fried chicken that is dipped, brushed, or showered with some kind of hot pepper mixture. Some even put hot pepper in the fry oil. Here is our twist on the traditional recipe, including taking the deep frying outdoors!

Published On: 8/6/2018 Last Modified: 3/25/2021

Grilled Peach Crumble Recipe Will Make Your Summer Complete

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Clint Cantwell

This delicious and easy grilled peach crumble recipe is the perfect summer dessert for any backyard BBQ. Fresh seasonal peaches are halved, then grilled cut side down until lightly charred. Top the peaches with a simple crumble mixture then smoke over indirect heat until golden brown.

Published On: 8/1/2018 Last Modified: 4/16/2021

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Pork Satay Burgers Put A Thai Twist On Backyard BBQ

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Clint Cantwell

Step up your burger game with this recipe for Thai-style pork satay sliders with Asian slaw and spicy peanut sauce. Ground pork patties are seared to perfection then topped with a flavorful Asian inspired coleslaw and served with a homemade Thai peanut sauce similar to that served with satay meat skewers.

Published On: 8/1/2018 Last Modified: 4/8/2021

A Cuban Sandwich Tastes Better When The Meat Is Smoked

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Clint Cantwell

Slow smoked pork loin provides a unique twist on a Florida favorite in this grilled Cuban sandwich recipe. Thinly sliced smoked pork loin joins sliced ham, mustard, pickles, and Swiss cheese on Cuban style bread before being wrapped in foil, pressed, and grilled to crunchy perfection.

Published On: 8/1/2018 Last Modified: 5/27/2021

Make Grilled Catfish That Doesn’t Stick With This Genius Trick

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Clint Cantwell

A base of sliced citrus is the key to perfectly grilled fish in this recipe for grilled blackened catfish with charred lemon cream sauce. Grilling the catfish fillets on top of orange slices ensures the fish won’t stick to the grill grate and adds a touch of citrus flavor.

Published On: 8/1/2018 Last Modified: 4/6/2021

Make This Fried Chicken Recipe On The Grill And Skip The Mess!

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Meathead

Fried chicken is easy to do on the grill with no mess, no smell, and no smoke alarms. Plus, the grill grate serves as a rack for drip drying the fried chicken. Try it!

Published On: 7/29/2018 Last Modified: 6/24/2021

Cheese Stuffed Bacon Wrapped Hot Dogs Will Be Your New Best Friend

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Clint Cantwell

Stuffed with cheese then wrapped in bacon, this grilled hot dog recipe is a sure fire hit at any backyard bash. Inspired by Chicago’s famed francheesie, our recipe skips the traditional deep frying in favor of the grill for a crisp bacon shell and deep smoky flavor.

Published On: 7/24/2018 Last Modified: 3/27/2021

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Griddle Grilled Bacon Jalapeño Wrapped Corn

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Paul Sidoriak

This griddle grilled corn dish makes a perfect accompanying act to almost any recipe, but it could star as a lunch all by itself. The sweetness of the corn works great with the saltiness of the bacon, and the punch of heat from the jalapenos is tempered by the cream cheese.

Published On: 7/20/2018 Last Modified: 3/29/2021

Kick Off Your Day With Griddle Grilled Chorizo Breakfast Tacos

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Paul Sidoriak

Kick your breakfast into high gear with this recipe for Griddle Grilled Chorizo Breakfast Tacos. Griddle grilling is a fantastic way to expand the culinary possibilities of outdoor cooking!

Published On: 7/20/2018 Last Modified: 5/19/2021

Griddle Up Shrimp And Cheesy Polenta Cakes

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Paul Sidoriak

Shrimp and corn are a match made in heaven. Instead of the usual shrimp and grits, enjoy the combination in this recipe for Griddle Grilled Shrimp with Cheesy Polenta Cakes. A white wine griddle sauce takes this recipe up a notch.

Published On: 7/19/2018 Last Modified: 5/19/2021

Mouthwatering Crab Cakes, Griddle Grilled To Perfection

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Clint Cantwell

Jumbo lump crab meat shines brightly in this recipe for griddle grilled crab cakes with rosemary aioli. Exceptional crab cakes begin with high quality crab, gently blended with a minimum amount of other ingredients so that the crab remains the star of the show, then finished on the grill.

Published On: 7/18/2018 Last Modified: 4/6/2021

Fried Green Tomato Burgers That’ll Make Any Southerner Swoon

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Clint Cantwell

Take a trip to the south thanks to this burger recipe featuring fried green tomatoes and comeback sauce. Green tomatoes are sliced, breaded, and deep fried to golden perfection. Crunchy with just a hint of tartness, the fried green tomatoes pair perfectly with the burger patty and a classic Southern comeback sauce.

Published On: 7/2/2018 Last Modified: 4/20/2021

Griddle Grilled Corn Cakes, Fresh Corn At Its Finest

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Clint Cantwell

This griddle grilled corn cakes recipe is the perfect side dish for any backyard cookout. The recipe begins with fire roasting fresh ears of corn. The kernels are then removed and added to a light and airy batter that is grilled on a griddle until fluffy and golden brown. You can even customize your corn cakes!

Published On: 6/29/2018 Last Modified: 5/19/2021

Championship Competition Brisket Recipe

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Clint Cantwell

Create award winning smoked brisket thanks to this recipe from top competition BBQ team Travis Clark of Clark Crew BBQ. Travis provides a step-by-step guide to replicating his first place competition brisket recipe including selecting the best brisket, trimming the brisket, seasoning, injecting, smoking, and slicing.

Published On: 6/21/2018 Last Modified: 3/26/2021

Candied BBQ Ribs Are Just Too Good To Pass Up

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Clint Cantwell

Crunchy bruleed sugar adds an unexpected twist to traditional low and slow smoked spare ribs in this recipe for sweet and savory candied BBQ ribs. The ribs are smoked low and slow until mouthwateringly moist and tender before sprinkling the ribs with sugar then torch them until the sugar melts and browns for a crust.

Published On: 6/18/2018 Last Modified: 4/6/2021

These Soy Ginger Glazed BBQ Ribs Will Knock Your Socks Off

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Clint Cantwell

BBQ ribs get an Asian inspired makeover in this recipe for soy ginger glazed spare ribs. The flavor base for these Asian style smoked ribs comes from a dry rub of paprika mixed with five spice powder. The ribs are smoked low and slow until moist and tender then glazed with a sticky sweet soy and ginger BBQ sauce.

Published On: 6/18/2018 Last Modified: 4/8/2021

Sweet and Spicy Jalapeño Bacon Cheddar Burger Brings The Heat

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Clint Cantwell

Experience a flavor explosion with this recipe for a sweet and spicy jalapeno bacon cheeseburger. A perfectly grilled burger patty is topped with sharp cheddar cheese, pickled jalapenos, crispy fried onions, thick cut bacon, and homemade balsamic ketchup. Layer it all on a pillowy pretzel bun for pure burger nirvana.

Published On: 5/26/2018 Last Modified: 4/8/2021

Classic Southern Biscuits And Gravy (Sawmill Gravy) Recipe

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Meathead

Here’s the recipe for creating perfect Southern style biscuits and gravy. Biscuits and gravy with crumbled sausage swimming in it are a breakfast staple all over the American Southeast. The gravy is a form of Bechamel Sauce. It is also called sawmill gravy, white gravy, cream gravy, or poor-do.

Published On: 5/21/2018 Last Modified: 7/20/2021

Redeye Gravy With Ham, A Southern Classic

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Meathead

Ham and Redeye Gravy is a hearty Southern breakfast traditionally made in a cast iron pan designed to charge Mom and Dad for a hard day of work. Ham and coffee are the core ingredients, but there are variations on the theme.

Published On: 5/21/2018 Last Modified: 5/19/2021

Award Winning Competition Pork Butt Recipe, Tuffy Stone’s World Championship Method

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Clint Cantwell

Whether you are new to the competition BBQ game or are a seasoned pro, this recipe for competition pork butt from top pitmaster Tuffy Stone is certain to better your results. This award winning pork butt is one of the many mouthwatering recipes in Tuffy’s first cookbook, Cool Smoke: The Art of Great Barbecue.

Published On: 5/10/2018 Last Modified: 7/20/2021

Easy Southern Biscuits That Just Can’t Fail

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Meathead

Southern biscuits are not as hard as some folks want to make them. These biscuits can be served nekkid, with butter and/or jam, with turkey and the fixins, with ham, smothered in sausage gravy, and as sandwiches. They can be used as a topping for fruit cobblers, pot pies, or chili baked in a Dutch oven.

Published On: 5/7/2018 Last Modified: 4/16/2021

This Grilled Glazed Ham Steak Recipe Begs For Eggs

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Clint Cantwell

Take breakfast or brunch to new heights by hitting the grill with this simple recipe for grilled balsamic and brown sugar glazed ham steak. This delicious glazed grilled ham recipe is perfect with eggs, served alongside French toast, or even cooked for dinner.

Published On: 4/27/2018 Last Modified: 5/19/2021

Grilled Citrus Herb Spatchcocked Chicken Recipe

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Clint Cantwell

If you’ve been frustrated by unsuccessful grilled chicken, this recipe for citrus herb rubbed spatchcocked chicken will be a revelation. By removing the backbone and grilling it bone-side down, the chicken slow roasts without drying out or burning while also making sure the dark and white meat cook evenly.

Published On: 4/27/2018 Last Modified: 3/26/2021

Show Some Southern Flair With Grilled Shrimp And Grits

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Clint Cantwell

Enjoy a taste of the south with this tested recipe for a grilled twist on the classic pairing of shrimp and grits. Whether it’s for brunch, lunch, or dinner, this delicious combination of rich and creamy stone ground grits and perfectly grilled shrimp is sure to please any crowd.

Published On: 4/26/2018 Last Modified: 4/15/2021

The Only Bacon Wrapped Jalapeno Poppers Recipe You’ll Ever Need

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Clint Cantwell

If you’re searching for the perfect BBQ and grilling appetizer then you’re sure to love this tested recipe for grilled bacon wrapped jalapeno poppers. Known in certain BBQ circles as atomic buffalo turds, or ABTs, these cheese stuffed, bacon wrapped jalapenos are certain to disappear as soon as you serve them.

Published On: 4/26/2018 Last Modified: 3/25/2021

Level Up Your Eggs Benedict Game With Filet Mignon

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Clint Cantwell

Smoked and grilled filet mignon is the star of this mouthwatering eggs benedict recipe. Perfect for brunch, this recipe features slices of smoky, reverse seared filet mignon, a pillowy poached egg set atop a toasted and buttered English muffin, and rich and silky Hollandaise sauce.

Published On: 4/25/2018 Last Modified: 5/19/2021

Bacon Jam Takes Traditional Burgers Over The Top

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Clint Cantwell

Sweet and savory homemade bacon jam is the star of the show in this delicious burger recipe. If you’ve never had bacon jam, get ready for sweet and savory flavor bliss. This ultimate grilled bacon cheeseburger features a rich and flavorful bacon jam spiked with bourbon, a juicy reverse seared patty, and Swiss cheese.

Published On: 4/25/2018 Last Modified: 4/20/2021

MOINK Balls, The Easiest Grilled Appetizer Ever

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Clint Cantwell

We’ll bet you can’t stop at just one of these tasty smoked MOINK balls. This tested recipe is the perfect appetizer for any tailgating, couchgating, or backyard bash. The best part is that they are simple to make, featuring frozen beef (moo) meatballs wrapped in bacon (oink) then smoked before being sauced and served.

Published On: 3/27/2018 Last Modified: 4/20/2021

Smoked Mac and Cheese May Be The Best Version Ever

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Clint Cantwell

Macaroni and cheese rises to new heights after hitting the grill in this smoked mac and cheese recipe. Baked over live fire with the perfect touch of smoke, the end result is a rich and smoky mac-and-cheese that you’ll dream of for days to come. Served as a main course or side dish, smoked mac and cheese is a surefire hit.

Published On: 3/5/2018 Last Modified: 4/16/2021

Reuben Reimagined: The Corned Beef St. Patrick’s Day Melt

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Clint Cantwell

Corned beef is taken to new heights with this delicious recipe for the Reuben burger. Corned beef brisket is ground into burger patties before being grilled to perfection. Inspired by the classic Reuben, this patty melt style burger features tangy sauerkraut, melted Swiss cheese, and Russian dressing on rye bread.

Published On: 3/5/2018 Last Modified: 4/8/2021

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The Ultimate Umami Bomb Burger

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Max Good

Umami is the Japanese word for “savory” or “delicious.” In addition to the familiar sweet, sour, salty, and bitter flavors, umami is the deep satisfying flavor of cured meat, mushrooms, and aged cheese. Taste it in this hamburger recipe featuring umami mayonnaise.

Published On: 2/21/2018 Last Modified: 4/24/2021

Easy Spring Potato Salad Recipe

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Dave Joachim

This tasty recipe for a potato salad is a bit sharper tasting than traditional American style potato salad, thanks to a healthy dose of vinegar in the dressing. It is more akin to German style potato salad without the mustard and served cold instead of warm.

Published On: 2/6/2018 Last Modified: 4/16/2021

Try A Spicy Pickled Eggs Recipe For Kicks

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Dave Joachim

Pickled eggs are typically hard boiled eggs that have been submerged in a vinegar-based brine. The brine can be salty, sour, sweet or spicy depending on your preference. This recipe gives the pickled eggs a touch of spice and a good strong punch of tartness from the vinegar.

Published On: 2/6/2018 Last Modified: 5/19/2021

Homemade Naan Bread Recipe

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Dave Joachim

Made from wheat flour, naan is a leavened flat bread that is a staple of Indian and southeast Asian cuisine. It is traditionally cooked in a hot clay oven such as a tandoor. When testing this recipe, we cooked the naan on a hot pizza stone and directly on hot grill grates. Both methods yield fantastic results.

Published On: 2/6/2018 Last Modified: 4/16/2021

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Take A Trip To The Caribbean With These Sticky Jamaican Drumsticks

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Henrik Oscarsson

This recipe has the flavor and flair of Jamaican jerk chicken minus the heat normally associated with it. It is packed with tons of sweet, savory, complementary, and contrasting flavors. Serve with Jamaican rice and peas.

Published On: 2/6/2018 Last Modified: 5/26/2021

Israeli Couscous Salad, A Fresh And Vibrant Side Dish

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Dave Joachim

The light and fresh flavors of this Israeli couscous salad, make it the perfect side salad recipe for any backyard cookout. Try it in place of a more traditional pasta salad at your next gathering.

Published On: 2/6/2018 Last Modified: 4/16/2021


The Best Grilled Corn You’ve Ever Eaten

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Meathead

You will never look at corn the same way again after trying this recipe for the ultimate grill roasted corn on the cob recipe. While boiling and steaming are popular methods of cooking corn, the smokiness and caramelization achieved by grilling it directly over live fire. Butter and tarragon help round out the flavor.

Published On: 7/25/2021

Smoked Whipped Cream: The Secret To Amazing Grilled Strawberry Shortcake

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Clint Cantwell

Briefly grilled strawberries and smoked whipped cream are the stars of this delicious BBQ twist on southern strawberry shortcake. This delicious strawberry shortcake grilled dessert recipe features lightly charred grilled strawberries, blueberries for a patriotic touch, and whipped cream that has been lightly smoked.

Published On: 6/28/2021 Last Modified: 6/29/2021

Satay Spice Blend Brings A Taste Of Thailand, Indonesia, And Java To Chicken On The Grill

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Meathead

Satay is made all across Asia. It probably originated in Indonesia or Java but can be found in being cooked by street vendors and upscale restaurants in Thailand, Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore, and even China, Japan, and most Thai restaurants in the US. Usually it is small wooden skewers of chicken, pork, goat, or beef strips, even […]

Published On: 2/23/2021 Last Modified: 4/15/2021

How Have You Lived Without Mrs. Meathead’s Basic Italian Vinaigrette Recipe?

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Meathead

Here’s is a great all-purpose Italian vinaigrette with lots of herbs that my wife, LT, makes. We use it on salads, as a base for marinades, and on all manner of meats and veggies. For marinating ribs, I make a few minor additions.

Published On: 2/12/2021 Last Modified: 4/15/2021

Give Grilled Pork Tenderloin The Steak Treatment With Green Peppercorn Sauce

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Dave Joachim

Grilled pork tenderloin comes together fast and takes on classic French flavors in the hands of Georgia’s Top Chef Kevin Gillespie. Like classic Steak Diane, the sliced tenderloin is served with a sauce of sautéed and cooked down onions, garlic, whiskey, stock, cream and crushed green peppercorns.

Published On: 1/21/2021 Last Modified: 3/15/2021

Enjoy Your Barbecue With A Side Of Brunswick Stew

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Dave Joachim

Top Chef Fan Favorite Kevin Gillespie says that barbecue is always served with Brunswick stew in his native Georgia. Squirrel is the traditional meat, but Kevin likes to use beef and pork or even scraps of barbecued pork. His recipe also includes a secret ingredient that amplifies the flavors of everything else.

Published On: 1/14/2021 Last Modified: 3/25/2021

Turketta Recipe: Stuffed And Smoked Turkey Breast

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Meathead

This flavor rich and visually stunning smoked turketta recipe is a fun holiday twist on traditional Italian porchetta. Turkey breast makes it much easier and faster than boning out a whole pig or even just the belly and loin. A stuffing of port soaked cranberries elevates the turkey breast to epic heights.

Published On: 11/17/2020 Last Modified: 4/22/2021

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Chicken Sausage Recipe with Simon & Garfunkel Rub That Will Have You Telling All That The Sky Is Falling

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Chef Ryan

Store bought chicken sausage has nothing on this flavorful homemade version featuring our signature Simon and Garfunkel rub. This recipe makes a fine link, but it can also be crumbled and mixed in with a creamy pasta sauce, used as the topping on a white pizza, and made into meatballs for chicken soup.

Published On: 11/16/2020 Last Modified: 3/29/2021

Say Oui To The Perfect Decadent Custardy French Omelet Or Scrambled Eggs

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Meathead

With the addition of a little cornstarch, we let chemistry amp up the classic French omelet recipe. I dare you to make a better one.

Published On: 10/12/2020 Last Modified: 7/17/2021

Get A Whiff Of Homemade Smoked Almonds With Simon & Garfunkel Rub

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Meathead

Smoked 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, and so much more. If you don’t have a smoker or grill, you can make this recipe just fine in your indoor oven.

Published On: 10/6/2020 Last Modified: 5/18/2021

Simon & Garfunkel Spice Rub For Poultry Recipe

With “parsley, sage, rosemary and thyme,” as the song goes, this herb blend goes on everything. Try it on chicken, turkey, potatoes, grilled asparagus, eggs, pork, you name it.

Published On: 10/6/2020 Last Modified: 5/18/2021

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Perfectly Grilled Duck Breasts Get The Star Treatment With A Rich Cherry Port Sauce

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Meathead

The breasts are the best meat on the duck, and they should be treated like red meat, cooked medium rare to medium, with crispy skin. With this recipe for grilled duck breasts and a complementary dark, rich, cherry port wine sauce, you’ll always get it right.

Published On: 9/22/2020 Last Modified: 3/26/2021

Mouthwatering Country Style Ribs Recipe

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Meathead

Despite what the name implies, country-style ribs are actually pork chops that are cut from the front end of the baby backs near the shoulder. Ensure moist and flavorful country ribs every time with this recipe that calls for dry brining before smoking and searing on the grill for a deep smoky flavor before saucing.

Published On: 9/22/2020 Last Modified: 4/8/2021

Got Tomatoes? Make This Smoked Caprese Sandwich

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Dave Joachim

Quick, before summer is over, make these sandwiches! They’re soooo good. And so easy. If you keep some smoked cherry tomatoes and basil pesto on hand (both easy to make with our recipes), this sandwich comes together in no time. And it tastes like a summer breeze!

Published On: 8/25/2020 Last Modified: 4/14/2021

This Asian Style Bacon Recipe Is The Perfect Combo Of Spicy Sweet And Savory Flavors

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Meathead

Salty and sweet is the magic combo for bacon. Using honey for the sweet and adding spicy Sriracha takes it over the top, especially when you amp up the savory, meaty, umami flavors with hoisin and soy sauce. Ginger, garlic, and five-spice powder round out the Chinese flavor profile here.

Published On: 8/15/2020 Last Modified: 5/19/2021

Once You Make Maple Bacon, You’ll Never Get Store Bought Again

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Meathead

You seriously need to make this bacon. It’s not hard. And it is so worth it. It’s one of those processes that mostly just takes time. And for your patience you are rewarded with some the most delicious, homemade smoky bacon you’ll ever taste.

Published On: 8/15/2020 Last Modified: 5/19/2021

This Maple Glazed BBQ Ribs Recipe Will Make You The Boss Of Your Block

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Meathead

Impress guests at your next BBQ and grilling cookout for this sweet and savory rib recipe starring a glaze of real maple syrup. The result is extremely tender, juicy, meat with a beautiful mirror like sheen from the glaze. More than one cook has written to tell us that the recipe results in the best ribs ever tasted.

Published On: 7/7/2020 Last Modified: 4/24/2021

Texas Hot Links (aka Texas Hot Guts): Bigger, Better Smoked Sausage

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Meathead

In Texas, smoked sausage is as central to barbecue as brisket. There is no standard recipe, but natural casings always hold the ground meat mixture. My favorite blend leans more on pork than beef and includes lots of black pepper. If you like smoked sausage, you’ll love this Texas Hot Guts recipe.

Published On: 2/10/2020 Last Modified: 3/29/2021

No Mess Crispy Grilled Buffalo Wings

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Meathead

Grilling Buffalo wings may sound like blasphemy but the results from this non-deep fried twist are simply amazing. By cooking this All-American Classic on the grill, you avoid the deep frying mess while also adding a deep, smoky flavor. The Buffalo wings start with indirect smoke before being crisped over direct heat.

Published On: 1/14/2020 Last Modified: 3/25/2021

Ssam Jang: The Secret Sauce of Korean Grilling

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Dave Joachim

Here’s the classic Korean sauce for grilled meats rolled up in lettuce leaves. This savory, slightly sweet and spicy ssam jang recipe includes doenjang (Korean miso), gochujang (Korean chile paste), green onions, garlic, and sesame oil. It’s perfect for any grilled meat. Roll up and enjoy!

Published On: 12/30/2019 Last Modified: 4/15/2021

Korean Grilled Pork Belly Gets Super Flavorful With A Spicy-Sweet Glaze

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Dave Joachim

Pork belly tastes fantastic grilled. The key is to braise it first to render out some fat. That avoids a blazing inferno of melted fat your grill. It also gets you a nice crisp exterior on the meat. Then glaze the crispy pork belly with whatever you like. We love spicy-sweet Korean ssam jang here. Try the recipe!

Published On: 12/28/2019 Last Modified: 3/29/2021

Grilled London Broil That’s Chock Full Of Flavor

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Meathead

London broil is NOT a cut of meat. It is a cooking method and here is a modern recipe to make it properly with a simple marinade.

Published On: 12/17/2019 Last Modified: 4/13/2021

Here’s The One All-Purpose Marinade/Brinerade Recipe You Need For Seafood And Veggies

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Meathead

As I explain in my article on the science and myths of marinades, they don’t penetrate most foods very far. The exceptions are seafood and vegetables. This one is based on a wonderful, herby salad dressing that my wife created.

Published On: 12/6/2019 Last Modified: 4/15/2021

Give Thanks For The Ultimate Spatchcock Turkey Recipe

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Clint Cantwell

This spatchcock (butterflied) turkey gets a boost of flavor from sage butter and citrus-herb salt before hitting the smoker or grill for the perfect dose of smoke and flame. By spatchcocking the turkey, you guarantee that the dark and white meat are cooked to perfection as the heat is dispersed evenly across the bird.

Published On: 11/7/2019 Last Modified: 7/20/2021

Elk Steak Seared In Cast Iron Is As Simple And Delicious As It Gets

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Malcom Reed

YouTube BBQ star Malcom Reed joins us again with his super simple, super delicious recipe for elk steak. Season it with salt and pepper, sear it in a cast iron pan over hot coals, then add some butter, garlic, and rosemary, basting the steak with melted butter as it cooks. Doesn’t get much easier–or better–than that!

Published On: 10/23/2019 Last Modified: 3/25/2021

A Bacon Wrap Keeps Smoked Venison Backstrap Rich And Juicy

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Malcom Reed

YouTube star Malcom Reed makes an appearance here with his recipe for Stuffed Venison Backstrap. A bacon wrap and a stuffing of crumbled bacon, sauteed onions and mushrooms, and cream cheese make this lean game meat rich and juicy.

Published On: 10/23/2019 Last Modified: 3/27/2021

Chicken Spiedini Cordon Bleu Takes Skewers to Another Level

Spiedini are Italian skewers, and this recipe adds the flavors of French chicken cordon bleu but with Spanish Serrano ham and Manchego cheese all rolled up in grilled chicken breasts. No matter how you slice it, you get tons of flavor in every bite!

Published On: 10/21/2019 Last Modified: 3/26/2021

Cherry Tomatoes: Smoke ’Em If You Got ’Em

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Meathead

Smoked Tomato Raisins are the single best thing you can do with cherry tomatoes and here is the recipe for creating them. They are superb for snacking, on salads, on a pizza, in pasta, baked into breads, stuffed into chicken breasts or pork chops, or anything you would do with raisins or sun dried tomatoes.

Published On: 10/20/2019 Last Modified: 4/14/2021

Never Before Revealed, The Award Winning BBQ Competition Chicken Recipe, Iowa’s Smokey D’s Style

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Clint Cantwell

Discover how to create perfect award-winning competition BBQ chicken with this tested recipe from Darren Warth of Iowa’s Smokey D’s BBQ. Arguably the hottest team on the barbecue cooking circuit, Iowa’s Smokey D’s guide you through the various steps involved in creating amazing 1st place worthy grilled chicken thighs!

Published On: 10/19/2019 Last Modified: 4/24/2021

Blasphemy Ribs Are Controversial But Taste Amazing

A whole rack of smoked pork ribs only has the bark and glaze on two sides. If you slice the rack into single rib portions, you get maximum flavorful bark and glaze in every bite. With this ribs recipe, you also get a pronounced smoke ring and they take less time to cook! Traditional? No. Delicious? Absolutely!

Published On: 10/8/2019 Last Modified: 4/20/2021

Grilled S’mores Donuts: The Easiest Grilled Dessert Ever

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Dave Joachim

When grilled, the sugar on glazed donuts melts and caramelizes. And when it cools, it forms a crackingly crisp crust like the top of crème brulee. Fill the donut with melted marshmallows and dunk it in chocolate sauce, and you’re in grilled dessert heaven! So easy and sooooo delicious!

Published On: 10/3/2019 Last Modified: 4/15/2021

Asian Style BBQ Sauce

With a combination of East-meets-West ingredients, this simple Asian BBQ sauce recipe brings the heat and the sweet to enhance the flavors of your favorite foods. It’s especially good as a dipping sauce for fried appetizers like pulled pork egg rolls.

Published On: 9/6/2019 Last Modified: 4/18/2021

Got Leftover Pork? Try These Pulled Pork Egg Rolls

If you have some leftover pulled pork, here’s a creative recipe that lets you enjoy it again in a different way: in spicy, savory pulled pork egg rolls. Delicious!

Published On: 9/6/2019 Last Modified: 4/26/2021

Ratatouille Tastes Better Grilled

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Meathead

Grilled ratatouille takes it up a notch. You may never make ratatouille the old way again! Serve it over pasta, couscous, or rice.

Published On: 9/3/2019 Last Modified: 4/15/2021

How To Make “Close Proximity Smoked Fish”

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Meathead

If we want to get some smoke on quick cooking fish we need to place the fish in close proximity to smoldering wood. Here is a technique that gives fish just the right kiss of smoke without overwhelming its natural beauty.

Published On: 9/3/2019 Last Modified: 6/18/2021

Pork Belly Porchetta: The Best Pork Roast Ever

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Meathead

The quintessential taste of Italy is not pasta, not pizza, not Barolo, and not olive oil. It is porchetta, a rich, fatty, herby, crazy fragrant, crazy good, boneless pork roast swaddled in incredibly crunchy pork cracklins, sliced, and served on a rustic bun.

Published On: 9/3/2019 Last Modified: 3/29/2021

Bacon Wrapped Spare Ribs Will Blow Your Mind

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Dave Joachim

Just when you thought spare ribs couldn’t get any better! The secret to this bacon wrapped ribs recipe is wrapping each rib in bacon. Rub, smoke, and glaze, and they’re done! This simple but ridiculously awesome combo is easy to pull off and is certain to wow your guests.

Published On: 7/24/2019 Last Modified: 4/26/2021

Green Meanie Soup Packs A Punch of Veggies

Here’s a fun way to get your kids to eat their vegetables and help cook them! Creamy leek and cauliflower soup is good for the whole family and easy to make. The recipe is also flexible enough to include your favorite proteins like shredded chicken or bacon. To take it a step further, try smoking the cauliflower first.

Published On: 7/9/2019 Last Modified: 4/14/2021

This Roasted Garlic Recipe Will Have You Putting It In Everything

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Meathead

Roasting garlic mellows the flavor and produces an amazing spread for bread, toast or crackers. You can even add it to various dishes like mashed potatoes to take it up to the next level of flavor. Here’s an easy recipe showing you different ways to make roasted garlic.

Published On: 6/15/2019 Last Modified: 4/20/2021

Yes, You Can Cook Artichokes On Your Grill

If you like steamed or boiled whole artichokes, try them stuffed with a simple herbed bread crumb stuffing. The secret ingredient in this stuffed artichoke recipe is “Roman mint.” But any kind of mint will do. You can even cook these artichokes on your grill!

Published On: 6/11/2019 Last Modified: 4/14/2021

Classic Cumberland Sauce Pairs Perfectly with Game Meats, Lamb, and Beef

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Henrik Oscarsson

Cumberland sauce is a sweet, spicy, and sharp combination of red currant jelly, port wine, citrus, mustard, and a bit of cayenne pepper for zip. This classic German sauce makes the ideal accompaniment to game meats and works equally well with lamb and beef. This easy recipe was inspired by one at chefdecuisine.com.

Published On: 5/29/2019 Last Modified: 4/15/2021

Classic Meatloaf Gets An Autumnal Lift With Cheese, Smoke, And Spiced Red Currant Jelly

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Henrik Oscarsson

What would improve a classic meatloaf recipe? How about a stuffing of velvety smooth cream cheese? And then a leisurely smoking session to pick up lots of smoke flavor? And for the crowning touch, a glaze of classic German Cumberland sauce made with red currant jam, port wine, mustard, ginger, and citrus. Wow!

Published On: 5/29/2019 Last Modified: 3/27/2021

This Salsa Verde Recipe Beats the Jarred and Canned Stuff Hands Down

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Dave Joachim

Grill roast some peppers, puree them with aromatics, and boom! You have salsa verde, a.k.a. green enchilada sauce. This staple of Mexican cuisine is simple to make and extremely versatile. Make this recipe, then use it on enchiladas, carne asada tacos, or with your morning eggs.

Published On: 5/10/2019 Last Modified: 4/15/2021

Chili Verde Goes To A Whole ’Nother Level With Smoked Pork Butt

Salsa verde, a.k.a. green enchilada sauce, makes a great soup base. Add some smoked and cubed pork butt, and you’ve got a fantastic salsa verde pork chili. Taste all the smoky, spicy goodness in this simple tested chili recipe.

Published On: 5/9/2019 Last Modified: 3/29/2021

Grilled Limes Take Margaritas To An Epic Level Of Flavor

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Clint Cantwell

Grilling and chilling is the secret to the most delicious margarita you’ve ever tasted! The classic frozen margarita gets a smoky blast in this recipe for Grilled Lime Margaritas featuring limes that have been charred on the grill. Juice the limes and combine with tequila, triple sec, sugar, and ice then blend well.

Published On: 4/18/2019 Last Modified: 4/15/2021

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Caprese Flank Steak Takes The Classic Italian Salad To The Grill

Here is an outstanding recipe for Caprese Flank Steak from Attjack, a member of our Pitmaster Club. This recipe combines a classic Italian Caprese salad with grilled flank steak in a butterflied and rolled steak cut into pinwheels and grilled hot and fast. Salad, meet grill. Grill, salad.

Published On: 4/12/2019 Last Modified: 6/10/2021

A Chicken Tortilla Soup Recipe That Warms The Soul

Winter, spring, summer, or fall, all you have to do is call for a bowl of this soul warming Mexican style chicken tortilla soup!

Published On: 4/12/2019 Last Modified: 3/26/2021

A Pastrami Rub Recipe That Rivals New York’s Famed Katz’s Deli

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Meathead

Pastrami depends heavily on the spice blend applied to the cured corned beef. But the distinctive combination of coriander, black pepper, and other spices works wonders on goose or duck breast, on pork belly, on beef short ribs to name a few options. After much research and trial and error, here’s my approximation of Katz’s pastrami rub.

Published On: 3/24/2019 Last Modified: 5/7/2021

Smoked Pork Crown Roast, The Reigning King Of Your Holiday Meal

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Clint Cantwell

Looking to wow your guests this holiday season? Cut from a 10 or 12 bone rack of pork that is trimmed (Frenched) to expose the ends of the bones, a pork crown roast is the ultimate edible centerpiece. It is also perfect for filling with a flavorful stuffing as done in this recipe for smoked pork crown roast.

Published On: 12/18/2018 Last Modified: 4/26/2021

Decadently Delicious Smoked Butternut Squash Soup

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Clint Cantwell

Rich and creamy with a delicate kiss of smoke, this recipe for grill roasted butternut squash soup is a wonderful way to kick off any fall or winter meal. The soup features smoked butternut squash, vegetable broth, heavy cream, and a touch of maple syrup, then it is served warm with a garnish of sour cream and pepitas!

Published On: 11/5/2018 Last Modified: 4/14/2021

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Turkey And Stuffing Blended Burger: Thanksgiving On A Bun

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Clint Cantwell

Enjoy Thanksgiving all year long thanks to this delicious recipe for a turkey and stuffing blended burger. This is the ultimate Thanksgiving-inspired burger – a turkey and stuffing patty topped with sweet potato waffle fries, a tart and tangy cranberry barbecue sauce, and a buttery brioche bun! Let’s all give thanks.

Published On: 10/24/2018 Last Modified: 5/20/2021

Make the Most of Sweet Corn with Sever’s Grilled Country Corn Casserole

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Dave Joachim

Highlight the flavor of sweet summer corn, fresh tomatoes, and herbs in this simple vegetable casserole recipe. It makes a fantastic side dish for any barbecue.

Published On: 10/23/2018 Last Modified: 4/14/2021

Dig Into Pork Belly Two Ways in this Traditional Danish Dish

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Dave Joachim

If you like bacon, you’ll love this recipe including both pork belly and bacon. They are suspended over new potatoes as they cook, infusing the potatoes with savory richness. A simple white sauce enhanced with lemon and parsley complete this traditional dish from Denmark.

Published On: 10/17/2018 Last Modified: 3/27/2021

Need Salt Potatoes With Less Salt? Here’s Our Modern Version

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Meathead

Try this updated recipe for Syracuse salt potatoes with less salt and more flavor. I amp up the flavor with garlic and herbs and toss the spuds on the grill to brown and crunchify them. Just don’t call them Syracuse Salt Potatoes.

Published On: 10/17/2018 Last Modified: 4/14/2021

Twice Baked Potatoes With Cheddar Cheese Will Set You Straight

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Meathead

Baked potatoes are so good that they become even better by baking them twice! For this method, I bake the potatoes whole on the grill, then mash and mix the cooked potato with spiced sour cream, stuff it back into the potato jacket, top it with cheddar cheese and bake it again. Potato nirvana!

Published On: 10/16/2018 Last Modified: 4/15/2021

Love Me Tender Slow Cooker BBQ Pulled Pork Recipe

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Clint Cantwell

Just because you don’t have time to fire up the smoker or grill doesn’t mean that you can’t enjoy full flavored BBQ pulled pork thanks to this simple set-and-forget slow cooker recipe. Cooked indoors over low heat for several hours, the seasoned pork butt emerges moist, flavorful, and fall apart tender.

Published On: 10/16/2018 Last Modified: 3/25/2021

Insanely Addictive Sweet Potato Fries, The Grill Frying Method

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Clint Cantwell

If you’re a fan of sweet potato fries then you’ll do backflips over this grill fried recipe featuring perfectly deep fried sweet potato sticks coated with smoked honey and garnished with deep fried sage. Even better, deep frying is done on the grill, doing away with the mess and lingering odor of deep frying indoors.

Published On: 10/9/2018 Last Modified: 4/24/2021

Break Out The Foil And Wrap Up This Easy Shrimp Boil For A Taste Of The Beach In Your Backyard

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Clint Cantwell

This mouthwatering grilled shrimp boil recipe is an effortless family style feast for your backyard cookout. There’s something truly engaging about diving into a steaming hot peel-and-eat shrimp boil, fingers dripping with spicy juices as you devour the tender shrimp, potatoes, sausage, and corn, all done on the grill.

Published On: 10/1/2018 Last Modified: 4/6/2021

Try Marc Vetri’s Naples Style Pizza Dough for Your Next Pizza

By:

Dave Joachim

Renowned Philadelphia chef Marc Vetri shares his recipe for Naples style pizza dough from his book, Mastering Pizza. It’s the perfect dough for making grilled Neapolitan pizza in a kamado.

Published On: 9/28/2018 Last Modified: 4/15/2021

How to Make Grill Roasted Fennel

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Dave Joachim

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.

Published On: 9/28/2018 Last Modified: 4/16/2021

How to Make the World’s Easiest Pizza Sauce

By:

Dave Joachim

The best pizza sauce is also the easiest. Tomatoes, olive oil, basil and salt. What more do you need? You can blend up this sauce recipe right in a tall 1-quart container. Then use it make the pizza of your dreams. Or refrigerate it for a few days.

Published On: 9/28/2018 Last Modified: 4/16/2021

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How to Make Kamado Grilled Sausage Pizza

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Dave Joachim

A grill makes a crisp pizza, and kamado style grills offer distinct advantages. Here’s how to make sausage pizza on a Big Green Egg or other kamado, including techniques and recipes for grilled pizza from renowned Italian chef, Marc Vetri.

Published On: 9/27/2018 Last Modified: 4/14/2021

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Brat Burgers With Beer Cheese Sauce, A Taste Of Wisconsin On A Bun

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Clint Cantwell

When it comes to great burger recipes, this is the best of the ‘wurst featuring a grilled bratwurst patty, charred peppers and onions, and a rich and creamy beer cheese sauce all served on a pretzel bun. Why decide between a bratwurst and a burger when you can have both in this mouthwatering brat burger recipe.

Published On: 9/25/2018 Last Modified: 4/16/2021

Homemade Trail Mix Recipe: Don’t Take A Step Without This Sweet-N-Salty Mix

By:

Meathead

If you like trail mix then you’re sure to love this customizable recipe for making your own blend at home. Use this recipe as a starting point then add or subtract ingredients according to your own tastes. This trail mix blend is the perfect mid-day snack and is also great for serving at a tailgating or backyard party.

Published On: 9/21/2018 Last Modified: 7/20/2021

Got Beer? Snack On These Beefy Beer Nuts Between Sips

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Meathead

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.

Published On: 9/21/2018 Last Modified: 4/16/2021

Grill Roasting Makes These Five Spice Cashews Perfect

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Meathead

Five spice powder adds an Asian flair to homemade grill roasted cashews. This flavorful recipe is perfect for any BBQ party. 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.

Published On: 9/21/2018 Last Modified: 4/15/2021

Fragrant Roasted Pecans, The Ultimate BBQ Snack

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Meathead

Say goodbye to store bought roasted pecans forever thanks to this fragrant home made version. Cinnamon, clove, and allspice are welcome additions to roasted pecans and make them the perfect snack for tailgating or a cookout. If you don’t have a grill, you can easily make these in your indoor oven.

Published On: 9/21/2018 Last Modified: 4/16/2021

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Grill Roasted Curry Lime Cashews

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Meathead

Curry and lime elevate homemade roasted cashews to new levels of deliciousness. Cashews are tossed in a flavorful mixture before being smoked on the grill. They are an amazing snack for backyard BBQ parties or tailgating adventures. Don’t worry if you don’t have a grill; they can also be roasted in the oven.

Published On: 9/21/2018 Last Modified: 4/16/2021

Pack in the Flavor With These Full Flavored Homemade Rosemary Cashews

By:

Meathead

Rosemary adds an unexpectedly fresh and fragrant touch to these homemade grill roasted cashews. These grill smoked candied cashews are perfect as a bar snack or served at any backyard BBQ and grilling party. If you don’t have a smoker or grill you can make most of these recipes just fine in your indoor oven.

Published On: 9/21/2018 Last Modified: 4/16/2021

Homemade Smoked Almonds With Simon & Garfunkel Rub

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Meathead

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.

Published On: 9/21/2018 Last Modified: 4/26/2021

Amp Up Your Party Nut Platter with These Smoked BBQ Almonds, Grill Roasted With Memphis Dust

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Meathead

Smoking almonds at home couldn’t be easier and the addition of Meathead’s Memphis Dust BBQ rub takes them to a new level. 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.

Published On: 9/20/2018 Last Modified: 4/15/2021

Grill Smoked Almonds Beat The Canned Stuff Hands Down

By:

Meathead

Canned smoked almonds taste just okay. Smoking nuts on the grill makes them truly extraordinary. Serve these smoke almonds straight, mixed with dried fruit, or sprinkled as garnish on your favorite dishes. You could even crush them to top chicken. If you don’t have a smoker or grill you can make this recipe in your indoor oven.

Published On: 9/20/2018 Last Modified: 4/16/2021

Use Your Grill to Roast Cashews to Smoky-Sweet Perfection

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Meathead

If you like cashews (and really who doesn’t?), this flavorful recipe takes them over the top by roasting them on the grill. 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.

Published On: 9/20/2018 Last Modified: 4/16/2021

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Grill Roasted Peanuts With A Touch Of Thailand

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Meathead

Fans of Thai satay with peanut dipping sauce are sure to love this recipe for grill roasted satay peanuts. 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.

Published On: 9/20/2018 Last Modified: 4/16/2021

Candied Pecans From The Grill Are Sinfully Delicious

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Meathead

Candied pecans are always a hit as a snack and this recipe takes them over the top by roasting them on the grill. 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.

Published On: 9/20/2018 Last Modified: 4/16/2021

Roast Up Sweet, Smoky, Nutty Flavor With Grill Roasted Maple Ginger Pecans

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Clint Cantwell

Real maple syrup and ginger powder are an unexpectedly delicious addition to grill roasted candied pecans. This addictive little snack won’t stick around long. Try it on salads and over ice cream too!

Published On: 9/20/2018 Last Modified: 4/16/2021

Barbecued Maitake Steaks Will Change the Way You Think About Mushrooms

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Dave Joachim

Yes, you can smoke mushrooms the same way you smoke brisket. The key is a revolutionary new press-and-sear technique that creates a dense, meaty texture and satisfying browned flavor. This is a deeply satisfying barbecue dish—truly eye-opening for hardcore meat eaters.

Published On: 9/11/2018 Last Modified: 4/6/2021

Grill The Ultimate Fish Tacos

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Meathead

Fish tacos may be the best recipe ever to come from Mexico and this method produces superb results.

Published On: 9/8/2018 Last Modified: 4/6/2021

This Easy Pimento Cheese Stirs Up Almost Instantly

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Meathead

Ok. I get it. Pimento cheese is a classic. And you don’t mess with the classics. But I’m a devotee of delicious, and this recipe is downright delicious. It’s got the creaminess, the bite, the heat, and it’s ready lickety split.

Published On: 9/3/2018 Last Modified: 4/19/2021

You Say Smoked Pimento Cheese is Fancy? I Say It’s Fantastic!

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Meathead

Pimento cheese is a canvas. A springboard for creativity. Shredded cheddar, mayo, and chopped pimentos are just the start. From there, the sky’s the limit. I love this smoky take on the classic, and it’s not heresy. Many Southerners “doctor” the original recipe to show their creativity and one up their neighbors.

Published On: 9/2/2018 Last Modified: 4/19/2021

There’s More Than One Way To Make Polenta: Try Grits Italian Style Grilled!

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Meathead

Grits and polenta are basically the same dish prepared in different ways. If you like grits, you’ll love this recipe for polenta that’s cooled then grilled.

Published On: 9/2/2018 Last Modified: 4/16/2021

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Lobster Bisque That Will Make Your Guests Beg For More

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Meathead

A simple cream-based lobster bisque that will have your guests crying for more.

Published On: 9/2/2018 Last Modified: 3/29/2021

Beef And Mushroom Blended Burgers Stay Nice And Juicy

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Clint Cantwell

Amp up the umami with this flavor packed recipe featuring a beef and mushroom blended burger. If you’re a fan of mushroom Swiss burgers then you’re going to fall in love with the rich flavor of this unique take on the classic burger.

Published On: 8/30/2018 Last Modified: 4/20/2021

How To Make Deep Fried Snickers® Candy Bars Without the Mess

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Clint Cantwell

There’s something truly decadent about deep fried candy bars and now you can make them at home with this simple recipe. By deep frying outdoors on the grill, you avoid that lingering smell and oily mess in your kitchen. The airy batter gives way to a deliciously warm and melty chocolate candy center.

Published On: 8/30/2018 Last Modified: 4/16/2021

Fried Pickles Are An Addictive Appetizer, Especially When Prepared On The Grill

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Clint Cantwell

Why fry inside? Your outdoor grill handles the job better and makes incomparable fried pickles. Coated in a light and airy tempura batter, this delicious fried pickle recipe is a novel appetizer for your next cookout. Be prepared to make multiple batches, as everyone will be clamoring for more.

Published On: 8/29/2018 Last Modified: 4/24/2021

Fresh Pico De Gallo Adds Zip To Countless Dishes

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Meathead

Fresh tomatoes, scallions, jalapeno, and cilantro are the cornerstones of our addictively delicious recipe for homemade pico de gallo. Add a touch of brightness to tacos, quesadillas, and other Mexican dishes; a bold bite to scrambled eggs and omelets; a vibrant twist to salsa and chips; and so much more.

Published On: 8/15/2018 Last Modified: 4/15/2021

Grilled Watermelon Will Change the Way You Look At Summer’s Favorite Fruit

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Clint Cantwell

Grilling watermelon transforms an otherwise sweet summer treat into a savory side dish or dessert. Grilled watermelon tastes great plain but this recipe rounds out the flavor profile with fiery hot honey, citrusy lemon zest sea salt, and bright fresh mint.

Published On: 8/10/2018 Last Modified: 4/16/2021

Easy Tempura Beer Batter For Deep Frying

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Meathead

Tempura batter is light, lacy, and ultra crispy. It is ideal for deep frying vegetables and seafood. In this recipe, the bubbles from beer or club soda help achieve the right texture.

Published On: 8/9/2018 Last Modified: 4/14/2021

Grilled Romaine Salad Recipe Takes Vegetable Grilling to the Next Level

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Dave Joachim

This salad will change the way you think about grilled vegetables. The grill keeps the lettuce juicy and crunchy but also imparts smoky, meaty flavors to the salad. Serve this one with a fork and a knife.

Published On: 8/7/2018 Last Modified: 4/14/2021

Nashville Hot Chicken: Fiery, Juicy, And Made At Home

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Meathead

Nashville Hot Chicken is fried chicken for people who like it spicy. Variations include crispy fried chicken that is dipped, brushed, or showered with some kind of hot pepper mixture. Some even put hot pepper in the fry oil. Here is our twist on the traditional recipe, including taking the deep frying outdoors!

Published On: 8/6/2018 Last Modified: 3/25/2021

Grilled Peach Crumble Recipe Will Make Your Summer Complete

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Clint Cantwell

This delicious and easy grilled peach crumble recipe is the perfect summer dessert for any backyard BBQ. Fresh seasonal peaches are halved, then grilled cut side down until lightly charred. Top the peaches with a simple crumble mixture then smoke over indirect heat until golden brown.

Published On: 8/1/2018 Last Modified: 4/16/2021

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Pork Satay Burgers Put A Thai Twist On Backyard BBQ

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Clint Cantwell

Step up your burger game with this recipe for Thai-style pork satay sliders with Asian slaw and spicy peanut sauce. Ground pork patties are seared to perfection then topped with a flavorful Asian inspired coleslaw and served with a homemade Thai peanut sauce similar to that served with satay meat skewers.

Published On: 8/1/2018 Last Modified: 4/8/2021

A Cuban Sandwich Tastes Better When The Meat Is Smoked

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Clint Cantwell

Slow smoked pork loin provides a unique twist on a Florida favorite in this grilled Cuban sandwich recipe. Thinly sliced smoked pork loin joins sliced ham, mustard, pickles, and Swiss cheese on Cuban style bread before being wrapped in foil, pressed, and grilled to crunchy perfection.

Published On: 8/1/2018 Last Modified: 5/27/2021

Make Grilled Catfish That Doesn’t Stick With This Genius Trick

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Clint Cantwell

A base of sliced citrus is the key to perfectly grilled fish in this recipe for grilled blackened catfish with charred lemon cream sauce. Grilling the catfish fillets on top of orange slices ensures the fish won’t stick to the grill grate and adds a touch of citrus flavor.

Published On: 8/1/2018 Last Modified: 4/6/2021

Make This Fried Chicken Recipe On The Grill And Skip The Mess!

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Meathead

Fried chicken is easy to do on the grill with no mess, no smell, and no smoke alarms. Plus, the grill grate serves as a rack for drip drying the fried chicken. Try it!

Published On: 7/29/2018 Last Modified: 6/24/2021

Cheese Stuffed Bacon Wrapped Hot Dogs Will Be Your New Best Friend

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Clint Cantwell

Stuffed with cheese then wrapped in bacon, this grilled hot dog recipe is a sure fire hit at any backyard bash. Inspired by Chicago’s famed francheesie, our recipe skips the traditional deep frying in favor of the grill for a crisp bacon shell and deep smoky flavor.

Published On: 7/24/2018 Last Modified: 3/27/2021

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Griddle Grilled Bacon Jalapeño Wrapped Corn

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Paul Sidoriak

This griddle grilled corn dish makes a perfect accompanying act to almost any recipe, but it could star as a lunch all by itself. The sweetness of the corn works great with the saltiness of the bacon, and the punch of heat from the jalapenos is tempered by the cream cheese.

Published On: 7/20/2018 Last Modified: 3/29/2021

Kick Off Your Day With Griddle Grilled Chorizo Breakfast Tacos

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Paul Sidoriak

Kick your breakfast into high gear with this recipe for Griddle Grilled Chorizo Breakfast Tacos. Griddle grilling is a fantastic way to expand the culinary possibilities of outdoor cooking!

Published On: 7/20/2018 Last Modified: 5/19/2021

Griddle Up Shrimp And Cheesy Polenta Cakes

By:

Paul Sidoriak

Shrimp and corn are a match made in heaven. Instead of the usual shrimp and grits, enjoy the combination in this recipe for Griddle Grilled Shrimp with Cheesy Polenta Cakes. A white wine griddle sauce takes this recipe up a notch.

Published On: 7/19/2018 Last Modified: 5/19/2021

Mouthwatering Crab Cakes, Griddle Grilled To Perfection

By:

Clint Cantwell

Jumbo lump crab meat shines brightly in this recipe for griddle grilled crab cakes with rosemary aioli. Exceptional crab cakes begin with high quality crab, gently blended with a minimum amount of other ingredients so that the crab remains the star of the show, then finished on the grill.

Published On: 7/18/2018 Last Modified: 4/6/2021

Fried Green Tomato Burgers That’ll Make Any Southerner Swoon

By:

Clint Cantwell

Take a trip to the south thanks to this burger recipe featuring fried green tomatoes and comeback sauce. Green tomatoes are sliced, breaded, and deep fried to golden perfection. Crunchy with just a hint of tartness, the fried green tomatoes pair perfectly with the burger patty and a classic Southern comeback sauce.

Published On: 7/2/2018 Last Modified: 4/20/2021

Griddle Grilled Corn Cakes, Fresh Corn At Its Finest

By:

Clint Cantwell

This griddle grilled corn cakes recipe is the perfect side dish for any backyard cookout. The recipe begins with fire roasting fresh ears of corn. The kernels are then removed and added to a light and airy batter that is grilled on a griddle until fluffy and golden brown. You can even customize your corn cakes!

Published On: 6/29/2018 Last Modified: 5/19/2021

Championship Competition Brisket Recipe

By:

Clint Cantwell

Create award winning smoked brisket thanks to this recipe from top competition BBQ team Travis Clark of Clark Crew BBQ. Travis provides a step-by-step guide to replicating his first place competition brisket recipe including selecting the best brisket, trimming the brisket, seasoning, injecting, smoking, and slicing.

Published On: 6/21/2018 Last Modified: 3/26/2021

Candied BBQ Ribs Are Just Too Good To Pass Up

By:

Clint Cantwell

Crunchy bruleed sugar adds an unexpected twist to traditional low and slow smoked spare ribs in this recipe for sweet and savory candied BBQ ribs. The ribs are smoked low and slow until mouthwateringly moist and tender before sprinkling the ribs with sugar then torch them until the sugar melts and browns for a crust.

Published On: 6/18/2018 Last Modified: 4/6/2021

These Soy Ginger Glazed BBQ Ribs Will Knock Your Socks Off

By:

Clint Cantwell

BBQ ribs get an Asian inspired makeover in this recipe for soy ginger glazed spare ribs. The flavor base for these Asian style smoked ribs comes from a dry rub of paprika mixed with five spice powder. The ribs are smoked low and slow until moist and tender then glazed with a sticky sweet soy and ginger BBQ sauce.

Published On: 6/18/2018 Last Modified: 4/8/2021

Sweet and Spicy Jalapeño Bacon Cheddar Burger Brings The Heat

By:

Clint Cantwell

Experience a flavor explosion with this recipe for a sweet and spicy jalapeno bacon cheeseburger. A perfectly grilled burger patty is topped with sharp cheddar cheese, pickled jalapenos, crispy fried onions, thick cut bacon, and homemade balsamic ketchup. Layer it all on a pillowy pretzel bun for pure burger nirvana.

Published On: 5/26/2018 Last Modified: 4/8/2021

Classic Southern Biscuits And Gravy (Sawmill Gravy) Recipe

By:

Meathead

Here’s the recipe for creating perfect Southern style biscuits and gravy. Biscuits and gravy with crumbled sausage swimming in it are a breakfast staple all over the American Southeast. The gravy is a form of Bechamel Sauce. It is also called sawmill gravy, white gravy, cream gravy, or poor-do.

Published On: 5/21/2018 Last Modified: 7/20/2021

Redeye Gravy With Ham, A Southern Classic

By:

Meathead

Ham and Redeye Gravy is a hearty Southern breakfast traditionally made in a cast iron pan designed to charge Mom and Dad for a hard day of work. Ham and coffee are the core ingredients, but there are variations on the theme.

Published On: 5/21/2018 Last Modified: 5/19/2021

Award Winning Competition Pork Butt Recipe, Tuffy Stone’s World Championship Method

By:

Clint Cantwell

Whether you are new to the competition BBQ game or are a seasoned pro, this recipe for competition pork butt from top pitmaster Tuffy Stone is certain to better your results. This award winning pork butt is one of the many mouthwatering recipes in Tuffy’s first cookbook, Cool Smoke: The Art of Great Barbecue.

Published On: 5/10/2018 Last Modified: 7/20/2021

Easy Southern Biscuits That Just Can’t Fail

By:

Meathead

Southern biscuits are not as hard as some folks want to make them. These biscuits can be served nekkid, with butter and/or jam, with turkey and the fixins, with ham, smothered in sausage gravy, and as sandwiches. They can be used as a topping for fruit cobblers, pot pies, or chili baked in a Dutch oven.

Published On: 5/7/2018 Last Modified: 4/16/2021

This Grilled Glazed Ham Steak Recipe Begs For Eggs

By:

Clint Cantwell

Take breakfast or brunch to new heights by hitting the grill with this simple recipe for grilled balsamic and brown sugar glazed ham steak. This delicious glazed grilled ham recipe is perfect with eggs, served alongside French toast, or even cooked for dinner.

Published On: 4/27/2018 Last Modified: 5/19/2021

Grilled Citrus Herb Spatchcocked Chicken Recipe

By:

Clint Cantwell

If you’ve been frustrated by unsuccessful grilled chicken, this recipe for citrus herb rubbed spatchcocked chicken will be a revelation. By removing the backbone and grilling it bone-side down, the chicken slow roasts without drying out or burning while also making sure the dark and white meat cook evenly.

Published On: 4/27/2018 Last Modified: 3/26/2021

Show Some Southern Flair With Grilled Shrimp And Grits

By:

Clint Cantwell

Enjoy a taste of the south with this tested recipe for a grilled twist on the classic pairing of shrimp and grits. Whether it’s for brunch, lunch, or dinner, this delicious combination of rich and creamy stone ground grits and perfectly grilled shrimp is sure to please any crowd.

Published On: 4/26/2018 Last Modified: 4/15/2021

The Only Bacon Wrapped Jalapeno Poppers Recipe You’ll Ever Need

By:

Clint Cantwell

If you’re searching for the perfect BBQ and grilling appetizer then you’re sure to love this tested recipe for grilled bacon wrapped jalapeno poppers. Known in certain BBQ circles as atomic buffalo turds, or ABTs, these cheese stuffed, bacon wrapped jalapenos are certain to disappear as soon as you serve them.

Published On: 4/26/2018 Last Modified: 3/25/2021

Level Up Your Eggs Benedict Game With Filet Mignon

By:

Clint Cantwell

Smoked and grilled filet mignon is the star of this mouthwatering eggs benedict recipe. Perfect for brunch, this recipe features slices of smoky, reverse seared filet mignon, a pillowy poached egg set atop a toasted and buttered English muffin, and rich and silky Hollandaise sauce.

Published On: 4/25/2018 Last Modified: 5/19/2021

Bacon Jam Takes Traditional Burgers Over The Top

By:

Clint Cantwell

Sweet and savory homemade bacon jam is the star of the show in this delicious burger recipe. If you’ve never had bacon jam, get ready for sweet and savory flavor bliss. This ultimate grilled bacon cheeseburger features a rich and flavorful bacon jam spiked with bourbon, a juicy reverse seared patty, and Swiss cheese.

Published On: 4/25/2018 Last Modified: 4/20/2021

MOINK Balls, The Easiest Grilled Appetizer Ever

By:

Clint Cantwell

We’ll bet you can’t stop at just one of these tasty smoked MOINK balls. This tested recipe is the perfect appetizer for any tailgating, couchgating, or backyard bash. The best part is that they are simple to make, featuring frozen beef (moo) meatballs wrapped in bacon (oink) then smoked before being sauced and served.

Published On: 3/27/2018 Last Modified: 4/20/2021

Smoked Mac and Cheese May Be The Best Version Ever

By:

Clint Cantwell

Macaroni and cheese rises to new heights after hitting the grill in this smoked mac and cheese recipe. Baked over live fire with the perfect touch of smoke, the end result is a rich and smoky mac-and-cheese that you’ll dream of for days to come. Served as a main course or side dish, smoked mac and cheese is a surefire hit.

Published On: 3/5/2018 Last Modified: 4/16/2021

Reuben Reimagined: The Corned Beef St. Patrick’s Day Melt

By:

Clint Cantwell

Corned beef is taken to new heights with this delicious recipe for the Reuben burger. Corned beef brisket is ground into burger patties before being grilled to perfection. Inspired by the classic Reuben, this patty melt style burger features tangy sauerkraut, melted Swiss cheese, and Russian dressing on rye bread.

Published On: 3/5/2018 Last Modified: 4/8/2021

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The Ultimate Umami Bomb Burger

By:

Max Good

Umami is the Japanese word for “savory” or “delicious.” In addition to the familiar sweet, sour, salty, and bitter flavors, umami is the deep satisfying flavor of cured meat, mushrooms, and aged cheese. Taste it in this hamburger recipe featuring umami mayonnaise.

Published On: 2/21/2018 Last Modified: 4/24/2021

Easy Spring Potato Salad Recipe

By:

Dave Joachim

This tasty recipe for a potato salad is a bit sharper tasting than traditional American style potato salad, thanks to a healthy dose of vinegar in the dressing. It is more akin to German style potato salad without the mustard and served cold instead of warm.

Published On: 2/6/2018 Last Modified: 4/16/2021

Try A Spicy Pickled Eggs Recipe For Kicks

By:

Dave Joachim

Pickled eggs are typically hard boiled eggs that have been submerged in a vinegar-based brine. The brine can be salty, sour, sweet or spicy depending on your preference. This recipe gives the pickled eggs a touch of spice and a good strong punch of tartness from the vinegar.

Published On: 2/6/2018 Last Modified: 5/19/2021

Homemade Naan Bread Recipe

By:

Dave Joachim

Made from wheat flour, naan is a leavened flat bread that is a staple of Indian and southeast Asian cuisine. It is traditionally cooked in a hot clay oven such as a tandoor. When testing this recipe, we cooked the naan on a hot pizza stone and directly on hot grill grates. Both methods yield fantastic results.

Published On: 2/6/2018 Last Modified: 4/16/2021

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Take A Trip To The Caribbean With These Sticky Jamaican Drumsticks

By:

Henrik Oscarsson

This recipe has the flavor and flair of Jamaican jerk chicken minus the heat normally associated with it. It is packed with tons of sweet, savory, complementary, and contrasting flavors. Serve with Jamaican rice and peas.

Published On: 2/6/2018 Last Modified: 5/26/2021

Israeli Couscous Salad, A Fresh And Vibrant Side Dish

By:

Dave Joachim

The light and fresh flavors of this Israeli couscous salad, make it the perfect side salad recipe for any backyard cookout. Try it in place of a more traditional pasta salad at your next gathering.

Published On: 2/6/2018 Last Modified: 4/16/2021

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The Efficiency Of A Kamado Plus The Flexibility Of The Slow ‘N Sear Insert

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Built around SnS Grill’s patented Slow ‘N Sear charcoal kettle accessory, this 22-inch kamado is a premium ceramic grill that brings true 2-zone cooking to a kamado.

Click here for our article on this exciting cooker



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Fireboard: The Ultimate Top Of The Line BBQ Thermometer

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With the ability to monitor up to six temperatures simultaneously with either Bluetooth or Wifi on your mobile phone, tablet, or computer, Fireboard is the best digital thermometer we’ve tested.
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The Undisputed Champion!

Thermapen One Instant Read Thermometer

ThermoWorks’ Thermapen ONE provides an accurate reading in one second or less. The ONE also includes features that are common on high-end instruments: automatic backlight, rotating display, and water resistant seals. Don’t accept cheap substitutes.
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Compact Powerful Sear Machine For Your Next Tailgater


Char-Broil’s Grill2Go x200 is a super-portable, fun little sizzler made of heavy, rust-proof cast aluminum. The lid snaps shut. Grab the handle and you’re off to the party! Char-Broil’s TRU-Infrared design produces searing heat while reducing fuel consumption. A 16 ounce LP gas canister is enough to keep you flipping burgers for hours.

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The Cool Kettle With The Hinged Hood We Always Wanted


Napoleon’s 22″ Pro Cart Charcoal Kettle Grill puts a few spins on the familiar kettle design. In fact, the hinged lid with a handle on the front, spins in a rotary motion 180 degrees. It’s hard to beat a Weber kettle, but Napoleon holds its own and adds some unique features to make the 22″ Pro Cart a viable alternative.

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Bring The Heat With Broil King Signet’s Dual Tube Burners

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The Broil King Signet 320 is a modestly priced, 3-burner gas grill that packs a lot of value and power under the hood. Broil King’s proprietary, dual-tube burners get hot fast and are able to achieve high, searing temps that rival most comparatively priced gas grills. The quality cast aluminum housing carries a Limited Lifetime Warranty.

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