Killer Tested Barbecue And Grilling Recipes (cont'd)

spice rub blend
Dry rubs are a mix of spices and dried herbs and they are rubbed into the meat before cooking. They come in a wide range of flavors. The art is creating a blend of harmonious flavors that will complement the meat or veggie. The science is knowing how they will change when subjected to heat. read more
marinated beef
There are several ways to bring flavor to the party before you cook. In addition to spice rubs and pastes there are marinades and brinerades. Why use a marinade over a rub? There are flavors of liquids like juices that you can't find in dried form. read more
Ahhhhhh, beeeeef. Is there anything more luxurious and decadent than a USDA Prime or wagyu ribeye from the grill? Or a weighty brisket smoke roasted low and slow for 12 hours? Meatballs or hamburger? Take your pick. We have recipes for everything beef! read more
pork chop
It is said that the pig should be sainted because it is so reviled in life and revered in death. Certainly no other animal is so well used as a foodstuff. Chefs talk about cooking "everything but the squeal". There are sooooo many recipes for pork around the world. And it is all better on the grill or smoker. read more
bbq ribs
Our recipes show you how to combine the best techniques known to make the ribs that will have your families and friends worshiping you. In Memphis, traditionalists swear that all you need is a dry rub. Is there any food more fun? More delicious? read more
bacon lattice weave
Bacon is among the world's most beloved foods. Its incredible flavor can convert vegetarians into meat eaters. Global cultures have developed all kinds of bacon from British rashers to Italian guanciale to Spanish tocino. Learn about them all, including how to make bacon at home and our favorite recipes using bacon. read more
bacon slab
Here are some wonderful meats you can cure at home, from bacon to pastrami. read more
If cooked properly lamb can be as good as beef. It seems lamb is like liver or anchovies. Some people just hate them and it's usually because of a traumatic childhood experience. Our lamb recipes may just change your mind about this misunderstood ingredient. read more
spatchcocked chicken
Flavorful, moist, buxom marinated chicken breasts. Unbelievably juicy and tasty turkey. Mouth-watering duck. These recipes will win you a prize at the local competition or amaze your tailgate crew at the big game. Americans buy more chicken than any other meat. read more
smoked turkey
Turkey may be the most difficult of all meats because if you over cook it even slightly you have cardboard. My methods differ drastically from tradition, but if you follow my guidelines you can make this flightless bird soar above the flock. read more
We are working on some amazing recipes for duck, goose, pheasant, and quail. Stay tuned. read more
I was raised in Florida. We loved fishing and spent many quality hours together bringing home dinner. I love fish and cooking it on the grill only makes it better. read more
Our growing section on hamburgers will help you understand all the angles in making big fat juicy steakburgers or thin crispy diner burgers, and the techniques are very different! We'll take you on a tour of the regional styles of hamburgers, and even give you the secret sauce recipe. read more
The world's best meatloaf was made by your mamma and no recipe will come close. So let's start with the assumption that the best we can do is second best. Hopefully that will be good enough. read more
The word sausage covers a wide range of foods, typically they are ground meats with spices and seasonings, often stuffed into a casing and shaped like a cylinder. Make the sausage and shape it any way you like, with or without the casings! No matter what shape it takes, the taste will be amazing! read more
We need to change the way we think of sausages. Yes, most are tubes of seasoned and flavored ground meats and veggies in a casing, but many are patties. So if you broaden your horizons, this section gives you a lot of freedom. Take these recipes and have fun. read more
A great pizza is incredibly easy to make from scratch at home, even the dough, whether you cook it outdoors or in, but beware, once you get the hang of it, you'll never be satisfied with eating pizza in a restaurant again. read more
Most people consider a sandwich any combination of meat and veggies caught between two slices of bread or in a roll or bun. That description opens a whole world of possibilities and using your grill or smoker you can create mouthwatering ingredients that will satisfy any appetite. read more
Beans are an important part of American culinary heritage. This section contains the canon of American bean dishes, always found accompanying local versions of barbecue. Their roots are often in other cultures, but the recipes have been thoroughly Americanized. read more
This cook can live on potatoes and wine and nothing else. Fortunately they go super with barbecue and can be cooked outdoors easily. Here are some of my favorite potato recipes inspired by potato dishes from around the world. read more
What parent hasn't thrown up their hands at a child's reluctance to eat vegetables. Brussels sprouts, lima beans, broccoli, even asparagus all experience the same rejection. But sometimes, a simple change in cooking technique can quickly elevate their status at the dinner table and turn those frowns upside-down. read more
The bible calls bread the "staff of life." But you don't have to go to church to know that one of the most important parts of a meal is the bread. It could be crumbly cornbread, a buttery roll, or a poppy seed hamburger bun. Show me a barbecue joint that doesn't serve garlic bread and I give them less than a year. read more
street vendor roasting chestnuts on the street
Sweet? Hot? Crunchy? Savory? Name your poison. What do you reach for when you have a snack craving? We've got some killer recipes that will make your mouth water and wow your guests. read more
peach blueberry crisp on the grill
Nothing brings the kids running faster than the aroma of brownies or a fruit-filled pie baking. Dessert maybe the last course but it's the one course that everyone looks forward to. But how do you make dessert on a grill? We've got just the right things to put a crown on a great meal. read more
saucy ribs
There are several regions which have evolved their own unique barbecue and sauce styles, often influenced by the available meats and their ethnic origins. Their flavors and history are fascinating. Our recipes will teach you how to make your own sauce the way the experts do. read more
red wine sauce
When someone says "sauce" what came to mind? If it's not barbecue sauce then these recipes are for you. These sauces often don't have anything to do with barbecue but they can take your beef, pork, chicken and fish to the next level.Try one and you may never go back. read more
cheesy mac and cheese
You make a killer brisket. Your ribs are to die for. People come from miles around to just get a whiff of your chicken cooking on the grill. OK, but what are you serving with it? Do you spend so much time and effort on your main course that your side dishes seem like an afterthought. Never more. Try these recipes. read more
cognac in a glass with smoked ice
Samuel Johnson, author of the first English dictionary, wrote "Claret is the drink for boys, port for men, but he who aspires to be a hero must drink brandy." Tired of serving the same beers and wine with each meal? Wake up your taste buds with a new beverage. These recipes are real winners. read more
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