Recipe Categories: beef, chicken/poultry, pork, seafood, main dishes, sandwiches, side dishes, soups & stews, spices, rubs, & sauces, grill/smoker, oven, sous vide, stovetop
Anytime I make this amazing pork carnitas, traditional American BBQ pulled pork, brisket, etc. there are always leftovers. Not being one to waste food, I vacuum seal and freeze leftovers for later. But, when later comes, there’s a lack of leftover carnitas recipes floating around. That changes now. In this recipe I’ll show you what …
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Some folks are into cars, some are into jewelry, others may even cherish a beautiful painting. For me, there are few things prettier than the abundance of intermuscular fat (commonly called marbling) contained in wagyu beef. That, my friends, is a show stopper.
This honey sriracha sauce recipe is easy to make, and comes together in about 30 minutes. You’ll find it quickly grabbing a place in the “always on hand” category around your house, like my homemade ranch dressing. There are a ton of uses for this sauce, and the smell when you make it is mouthwatering. …
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Learning how to cook pinto beans, sometimes called “soup beans” is super easy. They make an excellent side dish for any “barbecue style” meal, especially when using leftover smoked chuck roast or some amazing pulled pork to the pinto bean recipe. The fats coming from the meat really smooth out the flavor profile of the …
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Make bacon jam with bourbon and maple syrup for a complex flavor profile that adds a special touch to your favorite dishes.
Steak bites seared with spicy Cajun seasoning – an easy stove top recipe using the Maillard reaction for extra flavor.
East Carolina mop sauce has a unique flavor profile and thinness – and it’s perfect for hush puppies as well as ribs or even a whole pig.
Homemade barbecue sauce is easy to make. This tangy St. Louis style recipe features just four main ingredients and a sprinkle of spices.
This homemade seafood stock recipe uses lobster shells and shrimp shells, but if you have crab shells or fish bones, toss those in too.