Recipes

Smoked Whipped Cream: The Secret To Amazing Grilled Strawberry Shortcake

By:

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.

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

By:

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 […]

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

By:

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.

Give Grilled Pork Tenderloin The Steak Treatment With Green Peppercorn Sauce

By:

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.

Enjoy Your Barbecue With A Side Of Brunswick Stew

By:

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.

Turketta Recipe: Stuffed And Smoked Turkey Breast

By:

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.

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

By:

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.

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

By:

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.

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

By:

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.

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.

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

By:

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.

Mouthwatering Country Style Ribs Recipe

By:

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.

Got Tomatoes? Make This Smoked Caprese Sandwich

By:

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!

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

By:

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.

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

By:

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: 9/9/2020 Last Modified: 12/23/2020


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