Recipe Categories: beef, chicken/poultry, pork, seafood, main dishes, sandwiches, side dishes, soups & stews, spices, rubs, & sauces, grill/smoker, oven, sous vide, stovetop
The only thing that can make a pork chop better? Apples. The sweetness of the apples and the mildness of the pork make for a flavorful meal.
Ham and cheese sliders are a great way to use up that leftover baked ham, or fresh deli ham. A completely different flavor profile from my chicken enchilada sliders, or my delicious lamb sliders, the concept is the same. Repurposing leftovers to create something exceptional. These classic hot ham and cheese sliders were inspired by …
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The ham glaze recipe I created for smoked ham runs neck and neck with this amazing grilled prime rib on my list of favorites. Sweet with a hint of heat, this ham glaze recipe is perfect for any ham, especially the spiral cut hams found in the grocery stores. You’ll find these spiral hams in …
Mouthwatering Ham Glaze Recipe (Maple and Bourbon) Read More »
This recipe is a favorite of mine and perfect for something slightly different than the typical BBQ rib.
Try coppa roast, the inexpensive “money muscle,” or pork collar, smoked to perfect juicy tenderness with a homemade rub.
Sweet meets savory with Watkins Organic Spiced Maple Grilling Marinade and thick, juicy pork chops seared perfectly on the grill.
A sweet and savory dry rub combined with mop sauce makes these grilled barbecue ribs moist and flavorful.
Combine slow smoking with rotisserie cooking for a non-traditional approach that results in seriously tender and juicy roasted pork.
Enjoy smoked pork spare ribs with two different sauces – tangy St. Louis style and sweet Kansas City style.