This recipe is creamy, yet light and delicious; making it perfect for any occasion.
This traditional Italian side dish, is made with cream, stock and butter and is very versatile.
Add any type of vegetables to this pasta salad to make use of Summer's delicious harvest.
These pork ribs are rubbed with mustard and sugar and smoked to perfection.
These lamb chops are marinaded with garlic and herbs and grilled over direct heat.
Locally raised ribs, flavored with Big Green Egg's Kodiak River rub and cooked until tender.
You won't be able to put down these delicious roasted nuts!
Pizza dough isn't as hard to make as you think. Once you learn to make your own dough, you will never go back!
This deep dish dough has cornmeal in it creating a crunchy but pillowy texture.
This recipe is full of flavor and would pair perfectly with white rice and grilled naan.
This brisket is simply seasoned and smoked with hickory on the Big Green Egg.
Fresh salmon is smoked on the EGG until flaky and tender.
Grilling watermelon caramelizes the sugars, adding flavor depth to this light and refreshing summer salad.
These spring rolls can be filled with just about anything, just make sure to not overfill them!
Fruit pops are perfect for summer; they are easy to make and are very versatile!
This rub has a high sugar content giving it a nice, thick bark on the ribs.
Slow roasting beef tenderloin gives it the perfect texture. You can also add wood chunks to this recipe if a smokey flavor is desired.
This sauce is a great accompaniment with beef or on a charcuterie plate.
For a more traditional take on this recipe, bake it in a cast iron skillet. You can also bake individual corn bread muffins in muffin pans. Bake time will vary, depending on which method you use.
Add hot sauce or other spices, to vary this traditional take on cole slaw.
These chocolate caramel bars are perfect for any party or gathering, they can be made ahead of time and can be cut into bite size pieces if desired.
These crab cakes are perfect as an appetizer or main course.
This is a delicious sauce that can be used on just about anything!
This recipe calls for Opah, a steak fish, however any type of fish will work.
Brining solution enhances the flavor of proteins, and can be varied with many different types of sugars and spices.
This recipe for these fall cookies includes instructions for both chewy or crisp textures.
Spoonbread is a southern side dish that is made with cornmeal, or polenta, and is traditionally served warm.
Panna cotta is an Italian custard and can be made with several different types of milks and sugars, creating a very versatile dessert.
This horseradish cream is great a great base for salad dressings or on steaks.
This recipe calls for Maytag blue cheese, others can be used, but Maytag has the most flavor.
Make these wings for any occasion, they are spicy and sweet!
Ideally this recipe is made after you have slow cooked a brisket. You make this sauce with the drippings from the meat. This recipe for Au Jus is made with red wine, and is a perfect use for any open bottles you may have.
Beware, this popcorn is extremely addictive!
These bar cookies blend the flavors of nuts, caramel and chocolate, creating a mouthwatering cookie.
This sweet and savory take on an unusual burger is sure to wow your guests!
Use this sauce on just about anything! Its sweet, spicy and delicious.
Several types of beef can be used for this recipe, just make sure you have the Au Jus to go with it!
These chicken wings have a dry rub and are smoked with pear wood.
This horseradish cream combines the tartness of lemon, the heat of horseradish and the tanginess of white wine vinegar.
Locally raised pork is rubbed with a sweet and savory rub and finished with plum wood.
This recipe combines soba noodles, cucumbers and kimchi, a pickled korean accouterment.
To achieve the best flavor, let this brisket sit with the rub overnight.
This recipe is for brisket, but you can use it on just about anything!
This unique take on sweet potatoes is sure to spice up any meal!
This recipe calls for using pomegranate juice, to make this delicious summer treat, but any type of fruit juice can be used.
Use this recipe for pickled kale to serve on a charcuterie plate at your next gathering.
Making your own salad dressing is very simple, and extremely easy to spice up with different herbs and spices!
Hanger steak is a very tender cut of meat, that is not served very often because there is only one of these per cow, therefore butchers typically keep it for themselves.
Smoking beef tenderloin makes it cook evenly, giving a consistent temperature all the way through.
Farro is a grain, and in this recipe, it is creamy and rich, and packed with flavor.
Before you scroll past this recipe, give it a shot. Yes cooking with chocolate and beets create a perfect pairing, and if you don't tell them there are beets in this delicious cake, they will never know!
This hearty chowder makes the perfect meal for a cold winter night.
These spare ribs are rubbed with Down and Dizzy rub and are smoked with cherry wood.
This kale slaw is full of crunch and flavor!
Smoking these meatballs with grape wood, give them rich deep flavor.
Panna cotta is an Italian dessert, but this recipe is made with coconut milk, giving it a rich flavor and velvety texture.
Adding cornmeal to these cookies, give them a nice crunch.
This recipe is balanced with sweet and tartness and is perfect to top coconut panna cotta.
This recipe is full of citrus, mint and capers and is light and refreshing.
This fresh salad is perfect on its own with chips or as a side dish.
This recipe is made with potatoes, parmesan cheese, onions and arugula.
Making your own mustard isn't as hard as you think!
Make this recipe for your next gathering and you will be the hit of the party!
This recipe uses duck fat in place of blended oil, giving it a richer, deeper flavor.
The pepper flavor from the arugula combined with the sweetness from the maple syrup and balsamic vinegar, create a balanced, delicious salad.
The foie gras in this recipe is rendered, giving the creamy polenta some texture.
Rub these duck breasts with Whirly Bird, a rub made by Dizzy Pig, and your tastebuds will be in heaven.
This recipe uses gizzards instead of whole duck and is flavorful and delicious!
This recipe combines spinach, garlic, onion and peppers to create a flavorful side dish.
These chicken drummies are tossed in Jamaican Firewalk; a rub made by Dizzy Pig. Any rub can be used, but this rub has the perfect balance of flavor and heat.
These steak skewers are easy and perfect for any cookout!
Once you make this recipe you will never go back to that store bought stuff! It is SUPER easy and even more delicious.
Sweet potatoes don't have to be served with sugar and marshmallows! This recipe uses balsamic vinaigrette and scallions to liven up this typical side dish.
This refreshing salad features kimchi, which is korean pickled cabbage, and is perfect for any summer day.
This unique twist on baked beans features cilantro, ginger and soy sauce.
Use this burger baste for your burgers or as a marinade for vegetables.
These vegetables have vinegar, sugar and mustard and are finished with chives.
Challah dough is made with egg yolks which gives it a richer flavor.
Use this mascarpone icing on just about anything!
This recipe combines corn on the cobb, cheese and butter.... what more could you want!?
These louie sliders are made with old bay seasoning and topped with all of the fixings.
Spice up plain old vegetables with this recipe featuring anchovies, garlic and lemon
Cooking fish in corn husks keeps the fish moist and juicy.
This recipe for german potato salad has the perfect balance of sweet and tangy.
This bourbon pork belly recipe may take a few days, but it will be some of the best pork you have ever had.
Pulled pork is an easy cut of meat that is great for any gathering.
These aren't your ordinary shortcakes. These start with buttermilk and have chunks of chocolate in every bite.
This salad is light and refreshing and is loaded with vegetables
This Japanese style of corn is a unique way to enjoy one of summers favorite vegetables.
These ribs are rubbed with Dizzy Pig's Tsunami Spin, a rub full of flavor with a touch of heat.
This recipe features a from scratch barbecue sauce seasoned with garlic, onion and cumin.
These potatoes are tossed with Boursin, an herbed cheese, bacon and parsley.
This panna cotta recipe features greek yogurt giving it a slightly tangy flavor.
Top this bread pudding with jelly for a creative take on a peanut butter and jelly sandwich!
These simple yet delicious breakfast sandwiches are perfect for breakfast or dinner!
Serve this light and refreshing salad with brunch.
This recipe features a Dizzy Pig rub called Red Eye Express, a coffee rub; making it perfect for breakfast.
Sausage gravy like you've never had before...
Pillowy, fluffy, from scratch biscuits can't be beat!
The citrus in this salad is the perfect compliment for seafood.
This corn salad is simply seasoned with lime and honey.
Planking on hickory can add a layer of flavor to this delicious fish.
Couscous is a type of grain, and is very versatile and delicious.
Caponata is a Sicilian dish, and is typically made with eggplant, olive oil and herbs.
These cookies are a basic vanilla cookie with bite size reese cups baked into each one.
A lot of people think tofu is bland, but if its prepared properly it can be quite delicious!
This pork is topped with a sweet and vinegary bbq sauce.
This appetizer tops potato chips with capers, trout and red onions.
The key to great shrimp cocktail is freshly grated horseradish.
You don't have to be a vegetarian to enjoy this chili! Its full of protein from the beans, full of flavor and is perfect for a cool fall night.
This cake is rich and decadent and is perfect for any occasion.
Make sure to marinate the tofu for added flavor.
Use this recipe for breakfast or as a side dish for dinner!
Spoon bread is a southern side dish that is creamy, cheesy and delicious.
Use any type of vegetables desired for this flavorful lasagna.
Cous cous is a type of grain and in this recipe is seasoned with cumin.
These ribs are grilled over direct heat, then baked making them crispy on the outside and tender on the inside.
These ribs are braised giving them a juicy texture.
This is a delicious fall recipe that uses apples, cider and spices to warm your heart and soul.
These ribs are dry rubbed and smoked using cherry wood.
This chili has bacon, ground beef and a touch of chocolate, giving it a deep delicious flavor.
This cake features clarified butter, cinnamon, cardamom, cloves, ginger and nutmeg.
This unique take on chili uses tomatillios, jalapenos and cilantro.
This salad has a delicious balance of crisp grilled fruit, toasted nuts, maple syrup and apple cider vinegar.
Root vegetables can be delicious if prepared properly. They are hearty and great for roasting.
These fruit bars are filled with pineapple, mangoes and dates and are baked in a shortbread crust.
This versatile rub can be used on just about anything!
The secret to this recipe is dipping the bread in the olive oil rather than brushing it on. This creates a crispy and chewy texture.
This recipe features a Dizzy Pig rub called Cosmic Cow, which features black pepper, garlic and onion powder.
This is a spanish type of bread that works for any type of sandwich, but is particularly good for a cuban.
This recipe makes a great side dish, but can also be served as a main course if desired.
We use this sauce on just about anything!
This velvety soup is perfect for a cold winter night.
Use this simple recipe as a guideline for any type of grilled cheese sandwich. The toppings are endless!
This classic recipe uses smoked pork, ham and swiss cheese.
Fluffernutter is a dessert sandwich that uses marshmallow fluff and peanut butter.
Créme Anglaise is a dessert sauce that can be flavored with just about any spice or extract.
This winter salad is crisp and refreshing!
Noodle Kugel is a pasta dish that is made with egg noodles, cheese and vegetables.
This coleslaw recipe uses cabbage, apple and fresh herbs.
This pork loin is smoked with bourbon barrel chunks and features Dizzy Pig's Swamp Venom Rub.
This recipe calls for a corned beef brisket, raw. This means that a brisket has been corned, or pickled, but not smoked. Should be able to find this at your neighborhood grocery store or market.
Use this recipe to create a juicy and flavorful turkey for Thanksgiving!
This broccoli salad features grilled broccoli, sunflower seeds, bacon and cranberries.
This recipe calls for grilling the carrots and boiling them. Grilling them will give it a grilled flavor, and boiling them ensures a smoother texture.
This recipe features siracha, giving it a touch of spice!
Naan is an Indian type of bread and is pillowy and delicious.
Not sure if you want to make pumpkin pie or pecan pie? Make both in this simple recipe. You can also substitute sweet potatoes!
This recipe takes beef tenderloin or flank steak and fills it with squash and cheese.
This recipe uses cornstarch instead of flour, making it gluten free.
Foie Gras gives this recipe a rich and deep flavor. If you do not like foie or it's not available to you, you can substitute any type of cured meat.
These buttery rolls are perfect for just about any meal!
This style of pizza is baked in a cookie sheet.
Use this bread for dunking in cheese or as a bun for a sandwich.
Use this crisp recipe as a topping for a dessert pizza.
This recipe calls for andes mints. Most supermarkets sell andes mint chips now and they can be found in the baking section next to the other baking chips.
This recipe features chipotle chiles, garlic and lemon.
This recipe was featured at our Fall 2013 Eggfest.
These potatoes are roasted on the Egg and tossed with butter, garlic and parmesan.
Use any Dizzy Pig Rub for this versatile recipe.
Use this butter to baste fish or bread before cooking.
This is a versatile recipe for simply grilled steak.
This was one of the favorites that was featured at our Fall 2013 Eggfest.
This dressing combines the flavors of sweet pears, salty prosciutto and toasted hazelnuts, creating the perfect balance for your Thanksgiving side dish!
This is a traditional favorite baked on the Big Green Egg!
This recipe goes great alongside your Turkey!
This versatile recipe can be flavored with several types of spices and extracts and works great on cookies and cakes.
These cake like cookies are delicious on their own or work great with buttercream frosting.
These beans make a great side dish or can be added to a variety of dishes!
This breakfast casserole is perfect to make ahead of time when you have company in town. It's super easy and super delicious!
This recipe calls for ham, but any type of Smoking Goose meat can be substituted.
This recipe features Dizzy Pig's Red Eye Express; a rub with a hint of coffee!
This coffee cake has a lot of ingredients, but it is one of the best coffee cakes you will ever have!
This fluffy cornbread recipe uses buttermilk instead of milk, giving it a unique and delicious flavor!
This southern favorite uses ham hocks to give the recipe added flavor and depth.
These potatoes are slow cooked in stock with onions and finished with fresh herbs.
Three words: Cheese stuffed meatloaf… you know you want some!
This hearty recipe is perfect for a cold winter night!
Yes, this is a cheesecake made with sweet potatoes... and it is divine!
This is a simple butter that can be used with just about anything and put on just about everything
These eggs feature jowl bacon from Smoking Goose.
Bearnaise sauce is a french sauce made with butter, eggs and vinegar.
This classic cheese potato casserole is given a little kick with sriracha hot sauce.
This appetizer is a classic for any event or gathering!
This recipe is very time consuming, but the results are definitely worth it!
This recipe uses an egg white mixture to create a bark on the meat, giving it flavor and retaining moisture while it cooks.
This bread is great for serving at the beginning of a meal with butter.
This recipe is perfect for any snowy night!
Chicken Cacciatore translates to "hunters wife's chicken" because they usually use meats that cook all day. This recipe uses chicken thighs to speed up the process.
Twist up the traditional mac and cheese with this recipe using crawfish!
These brownies do not use baking powder or soda, so it is important to whip the eggs with the sugar to fold air into the batter to ensure they rise.
Couscous, a type of pasta, is a great alternative to rice.
This recipe for a classic broccoli salad and is perfect for any event!
This is a unique rub that is perfect for ribs!
These little cakes are a fun recipe to do with kids!
Kimchi is a type of spicy Korean cabbage and is perfect for this recipe.
Quick and easy recipe that you can throw together in the morning and cook on your EGG at night.
This recipe uses the fool proof 3-2-1 method: Smoke ribs for 3 hours, 2 hours wrapped in foil and glaze the ribs for the last hour.
This is a recipe for a basic grilled salad, but it is tossed in one of our favorite all purpose dressings!
This dessert pizza is fruity, tart and creamy and all baked on the EGG of course!
This recipe uses our basic pizza dough and fills it with local cured meats and cheeses.
This pizza is topped with a basil and pistachio pesto and finished with sousa, cheese and giardinara.
Use this dough for hamburger buns, hot dog buns or dinner rolls.
These dessert sandwiches can be made the day of or ahead of time for easy party planning!
Serve this dip with your favorite chips for a delicious snack!
These wings are smoked and then grilled, giving them tons of flavor.
Make this pickle relish for a delicious addition to your burgers and dogs!
These sliders are topped with a from scratch pimento spread.
These oysters are quickly grilled over direct heat and served with an herbed burre blanc.
These deviled eggs have just a kick of heat from fresh jalapeños.
This potato salad adds arugula for a fresh, peppery taste!
These scallops are rubbed with Dizzy Pig's Mediterranean-ish rub and are grilled over direct flame.
Lamb can be quite delicious! For a fresher, less gamey product, source your lamb from your local butcher.
These individual potato gratins are perfect for any occasion!
Risotto, an Italian type of rice, makes a great side dish.
A perfect soup for a cold winter night!
This verrine, or layered dessert can be made ahead of time and is perfect for parties.
This hearty dish uses grilled shrimp tossed in bbq sauce served over cheesy grits.
This spinach dish is perfect for making in muffin tins and serving individually.
This cake is light and flavorful and baked on the Egg of course!
These vegetables are tossed with maple syrup and roasted on the Egg.
This salmon is rubbed with Dizzy Pig's Raging River Rub and smoked with peach wood.
This recipe calls for Tile fish, however any type of fish can be used.
This hearty dish is a delicious southern favorite!
This classic Cajun favorite can be made with any of your favorite smoked meats.
These potatoes are tossed in Dizzy Pig rub and roasted until golden and delicious.
This recipe calls for Lake Perch, however any type of fish can be used.
Serve these at your next party and you will have everyone asking for the recipe!
For the best results, this recipe needs to sit in the refrigerator for at least 2 hours.
These sweet and savory burgers are perfect to spice up any cookout!
These wings are roasted, then grilled, giving them a crispy texture.
These brownies are a cross between a cake and a fudge and are absolutely divine!
This recipe calls for cornish hens, however any type of poultry can be used.
This delicious recipe can be served for breakfast, lunch or dinner!
This cheesy delicious side dish recipe can be used with any of your favorite veggies!
This recipe features duck breasts grilled over direct flame, then topped with cheese and finished with a from scratch sauce.
This dish is made with goat cheese and a touch of lemon, giving it a delicious twist on a classic.
This is a great alternative to regular creamy cole slaw.
This velvety soup is perfect to warm your heart on a cold night!
These pork chops are finished with an Asian style glaze.
Once you have one of these cookies, you will never go back to the traditional chocolate chip cookie!
These baby back ribs are smoked with mulberry wood and finished with a from scratch BBQ sauce.
These ribs are rubbed with a chinese rub and finished with a ginger mop sauce.
These ribs are rubbed with Dizzy Dust and smoked with pecan wood.
These macarons are better than any thin mint cookie you have ever had!
This salad goes great with just about any main course!
This recipe for brussels sprouts is sure to please everyone!
This is a great recipe for a classic dish.
This steak is rubbed with Dizzy Pig's Bayouish, and is best when it is refrigerated overnight.
This ribeye is smoked with Cherry wood and seasoned with Dizzy Pig's Cosmic Cow.
This brisket recipe takes a few days to prepare but is worth the wait!
This is an all time classic!
Making your own pastrami can take some time, but is so much better on the EGG!
This recipe comes directly from the competition bbqer Myron Mixon.
This panna cotta is so light and full of flavor!
This recipe calls for baby back ribs and uses the 3-2-1 method when smoking.
This is the best garlic bread you will ever have!
This relish is great as an accouterment to a meat and cheese platter.
This recipe is quick, easy and perfect on just about anything!
These bars have a similar flavor to banana bread but have a delicious shortbread as the base.
In this recipe, the beef is cooked at a lower temperature for a longer amount of time, giving it a perfect medium throughout the entire tenderloin.
This recipe is a homemade version of the very popular boursin cheese.
This recipe is for the classic steak house cheesy potatoes.
This strip loin is grilled over direct heat and seasoned with Cosmic Cow rub.
This recipe is a great as a side dish or to serve on top of a steak.
These delicious "cream puffs" are filled with a papaya buttercream.
This recipe is crustless, light and fluffy!
This cucumber dip is great on bread, veggies and much more!
Tabouleh is a Mediterranean salad that has many variations. Don't be afraid to put your own twist on this recipe.
This stew is served over couscous, however rice or other grains can be used.
This dish is hearty and full of flavor.
This delicious cake is moist, fluffy and delicious.
This recipe is a flavorful Caribbean rice dish and is perfect alongside just about any protein.
These sandwiches use a from scratch dough that can either be grilled or fried.
This is a recipe for the Jamaican style "escabeche" or poached fish marinated in an acidic mixture.
This pulled pork is rubbed in Jamaican Jerk rub and simmered in ginger beer.
These plantains are fried, then served with a delicious from scratch sauce
This ragu is cooked for a total of 4 hours, and is rich and hearty.
These pork ribs are marinated overnight then glazed with the marinade while smoking.
These noodles are tossed in a light and flavorful sauce and can be served chilled or room temperature.
This recipe uses the 3-2-1 method; smoke for 3 hours, wrap in foil for 2 hours and rest for 1 hour.
These macarons use pureed cherries, however any type of pureed fruit can be substituted.
This recipe calls for bone in chicken thighs, that are glazed with agave syrup.
This is a traditional recipe for Mexican rice.
This lamb has a Mexican style preparation and is grilled over direct heat.
This is a delicious cake that is topped with flan and baked.
This recipe for guacamole grills the avocados first, giving it a delicious charred flavor.
This is a traditional recipe for Mexican pinto beans.
This shrimp is marinaded in an adobo style of sauce, then grilled over direct heat.
This is a great way to get kids to try new veggies!
This refreshing salad is great for spring vegetables!
This salmon is smoked with cherry wood and seasoned with Dizzy Pig's Raising the Steaks rub.
This is a simple recipe for grilled shrimp and can be used for just about anything!
This is a cool and refreshing salad for summer!
This recipe is served alongside cornmeal cookies, but is great on it's own!
This slaw has great texture, flavor and is perfect for any hot summer day!
This recipe can be made ahead of time if needed, but works best when served fresh off of the grill.
These biscuits are mixed with cheddar cheese and herbs and are baked on the EGG!
This recipe calls for cherries, however any type of fruit can be used.
Chilaquiles are of Mexican origin, and are typically fried tortilla chips topped with a spicy tomato sauce and cheese.
This is a recipe for a traditional bread that is light and airy inside and crispy out.
This fritatta is filled with asparagus, ham and herbs.
This classic banana bread is baked on the EGG and finished with a sweetened butter.
This recipe is similar to our basic pizza dough recipe, except that it has sugar which will give you somewhat of a crispier crust.
This recipe can be used for any type of dessert filling or simply as pudding!
This salad is light and creamy and is full of grilled vegetables.
This recipe is very easy and is great for kids!
This is a Forth of July classic!
Add root beer to your baked beans to change up a classic summer favorite!
This crisp is topped with gingersnaps and baked on the EGG.
Use this recipe for your summer cookout!
This recipe is a quicker way to cook pork shoulder and uses jowl bacon fat for an even better pork flavor!
This is a classic recipe with a few variations, allowing you to create your own flavor!
This recipe is a great accompaniment to steaks.
This slaw is very crunchy and full of flavor!
Once you have this corn, you will never want it prepared differently again!
This is a standard recipe for grilling skirt steak.
This recipe is a great accompaniment to just about anything!
This is a recipe for a light and fluffy pudding with grilled fruit and from scratch vanilla wafer cookies.
These sprouts are tossed with bacon fat, and roasted on the Big Green Egg.
This soup is perfect for summer and can be made ahead of time.
This light and refreshing salad can be served on its own or as a side dish.
This fish is grilled over direct heat and finished with a olive and caper relish.
This is a delicious dish that can be served for a weeknight dinner or a large event!
This potato salad has a touch of poblano peppers giving it a little heat.
This is a classic recipe for a child favorite!
These greens are braised with cider vinegar and finished with bacon.
In this gluten free recipe, the lemons and oranges are smoked first, giving the cake a unique and delicious flavor.
Tired of the same old creamy cole slaw? Try this one that is vinegar based!
This recipe is perfect for summer!
This recipe is a from scratch version for all of those recipes that call for a box of white cake mix!
This recipe is slow cooked, which creates a very tender and juicy texture.
These ribs are marinaded overnight then smoked until tender.
This is a great sauce to serve with just about any dessert!
A delicious, easy from scratch spice cake that's perfect for the fall!
This light and refreshing salad is composed of cucumbers, celery and avocados.
These potatoes are seasoned with lemon, pecorino romano cheese and herbs, which create a divine side dish!
This recipe pays an homage to the original In and Out Animal burger.
These burgers are made with lamb and have a greek influence to them.
These burgers will blow your mind! They are made with cinnamon rolls, pineapple, goat cheese and bacon.
This recipe is for a standard brioche dough which is typically made with a lot of butter and ends up being fluffy and light.
This is a great way to change up the mundane burger!
This recipe is for a classic hamburger bun. They can be formed into smaller rolls to make slider rolls as well.
This is a recipe for a traditional Neapolitan style crust. A thinner dough and less toppings are best for this style of pizza.
This is a recipe for classic East coast pizza dough. It is a little thicker than Neapolitan style and thinner than Sicilian or Chicago pizza.
This is a refreshing salad for summer!
These chicken wings are rubbed with Dizzy Pig's Bayou-ish rub and grilled over direct heat. (*Serving size is based on 1 wing per person)
This recipe is a great combination of sweet and salty.
This salad is light and refreshing and can be made ahead of time.
These wings are the perfect balance of sweet and spicy!
This is a recipe for a slow roasted Puerto Rican dish.
Hanger steak is a very tender cut of meat, that is not served very often because there is only one of these per cow, making this cut a chef's favorite.
This salad uses peppers, ginger and jicama, creating a fresh summer favorite.
This recipe was featured at our May 2014 Eggfest. All recipes are based on a sampling size portion.
This recipe was featured at our May 2014 Eggfest. All recipes are based on a sampling size portion.
This recipe was featured at our May 2014 Eggfest. All recipes are based on a sampling size portion.
Gazpacho is traditionally a chilled tomato soup. This recipe is pureed and served with grilled avocados.
This is a great salad for fall or to use up the extra squash from the garden.
In this recipe the steak is grilled directly on the charcoal, then rested for about 20 minutes. This gives it a very rustic flavor and is a cool trick to show your guests.
This recipe is a great accompaniment for any meat and cheese plate.
This is called a cloud cake because when it bakes it puffs up like a pillowy cloud.
This recipe is modeled after the classic Asian Zing sauce from Buffalo Wild Wings.
This is a recipe for gooey, cheesy stuffed burgers.
This recipe can be used as a baguette or as individual rolls. Baking times will vary depending on the size of the loaf.
This is a recipe for the old fashioned potato salad.
This recipe for chili uses Oktoberfest beer, giving it a delicious deep fall flavor.
This is a great recipe for tailgating or cookouts!
Our take on a swedish classic!
This recipe uses duck fat instead of butter, however if you do not want to use the duck fat, you can substitute butter in equal parts.
This recipe is hearty and makes a great side dish to just about anything!
Even people who do not like duck or cabbage love this recipe! It has been a great hit.
Confit means to cook in its own fat, which makes this recipe succulent and delicious!
This recipe is for smoked duck breasts
This recipe is for a whole duck that is roasted on the EGG.
This recipe makes a magnificent gravy or jus to put on everything. If you can not find some of the ingredients at your local butcher try an international store.
This recipe is for a savory jam that can be used on toast, breads, as a dipping sauce and so much more!
Coddled eggs are lightly cooked or gently cooked eggs.
This is a hearty vegetarian dish that is great for colder fall or winter nights.
This vegetarian chili is delicious enough that even meat lovers enjoy it!
This recipe does have mushrooms and brussel sprouts, but has turned into a client favorite!
This recipe is great for family get togethers. It tastes like Fall in a cake!
This recipe not only has bacon in it, but it also has avocados, which give it a creamier texture.
This recipe has a from scratch rub along with a basting rub.
This recipe uses baby back ribs and a Dizzy Pig Rub for seasoning.
This recipe uses Chinese 5 spice which is a strong yet delicious flavor.
This recipe is great for any type of fall dessert or to go along with charcuterie.
Kimchi is a fermented or sometimes pickled cabbage with several spices.
This is a classic recipe for a classic cookie, that is simply delicious. No other words needed!
This cookie batter can be baked and immediately shaped as desired. This recipe can be great for parties.
This recipe is a light and fluffy cream dessert and many fall fruits can be substituted.
A nice hearty chili. Great for a cold winter's evening.
A savory asian pork dish served over steamed white rice.
A light and delicious appetizer that is not to filling. Served with a spicy peanut dipping sauce.
An Asian twist on the classic chicken noodle soup.
A nice tangy melange of vegetables to use as garnish for any dish.
A delicious way to finish your asian dinner with this warm egg custard filled bun.
A light and refreshing side.
A deliciously tangy potato side dish.
The fresh herbs used in the marinade allows the natural flavor of the steak to stand out.
Classic banana bread finished with a warm nutella sauce and whipped cream.
This simple salad is a great complement to any meal.
These buns are great not only for hot dogs but for other sandwiches as well.
A delicious opened faced turkey sandwich served with hot gravy.
Slow roasted beef and au jus made from the pan drippings, served with a sriracha mustard.
Our take on the New England lobster roll.
Our homemade rendition of cheese crackers.
A delightful and light salad with a tangy dressing.
A savory chicken entrée that can be served with any side dish.
Roasted Brussels sprouts with an Asian twist.
This wild cousin of the domesticated pig is just as delicious.
Roasted sweet potatoes jazzed up with apples and maple sage butter.
A nice shortbread-like crust topped with plum and fig preserves.
All the flavors of a classic cheeseburger stuffed into a calzone.
Use any seasonal vegetables and any kind of sausage for this versatile pizza.
This meaty pizza is topped with pickled chilies and served with a blue cheese pretzel bomb.
These cheesy baked pretzel bombs can be filled with any type of cheese
A nice peppery twist to the classic Caesar salad.
A s'mores-like pizza with some peanut butter added.
These tasty rolls are great to use as slider buns as well as dinner rolls.
A sweet and savory spread for your dinner rolls.
A savory twist to the classic shrimp and grits.
A savory side dish with just enough spice.
No marshmallows and pecans here!
A tangy twist to the classic green bean casserole.
A sweet and savory side dish to go with your turkey dinner.
A sweet and delicious end to your holiday meal.
Move over fruit cake! You have competition!
A savory egg dish with a light crust.
These muffins capture the essence of doughnuts with their cakelike interior.
A perfect comfort food for that cold winter's night.
A lovely dessert to finish any meal
Gluten free, made with cornmeal only.
A hearty entrée.
This recipe not only has Yukon potatoes, but also features Sunchokes (also known as Jerusalem artichokes); part of the sunflower family, known as a root vegetable and is prepared as such.
A new holiday tradition!
A great holiday dish if you are wanting to serve something other than turkey or ham for your holiday meal.
A great alternative to creamed spinach.
The Shiitake Cream Sauce highlights the natural flavor of the ribeye.
From scratch chocolate cake that is versatile with any filling or frosting
Caesar salad, made the Backyard way!
This recipe can be used to pickle just about anything.
A versatile dessert sauce that can be made with any type of berries and fruit.
A savory side dish.
A sweet and savory dessert to finish any meal.
These crispy, pork-filled spring rolls are a popular Filipino party food and they make a wonderful snack also.
A Filipino style noodle dish using rice noodles.
This pork and chicken dish is savory and tangy served over white rice.
A Filipino rendition of the Mexican style paella.
A Christmas time rice cake that is usually eaten after mass and is enjoyed as a snack with hot coffee or hot chocolate.
A challah dough is used for these cinnamon rolls which make them even richer in flavor!
Not only are these potatoes creamy but have a nice garlic flavor as well.
This stew uses corn meal as a thickener which makes it great gluten friendly.
Smoked meatloaf...do I need to say more?!
A light salad that is full of flavor.
This dough is great if you like a chewy pizza crust.
This crusty and chewy pizza is great for any party.
This popover is made with tapioca starch and parmesan cheese.
This pizza has a fig jam sauce and blue cheese that compliment the grilled vegetables and prosciutto.
This dessert is versatile, that you can fill it with any kind of fruit or filling you like.
You can make these eggs as spicy as you want by adding less or more of the Sriracha.
A popular sandwich originating among Italian immigrants in New Orleans, Louisiana.
These delicious chocolate cupcakes are finished with a mint Swiss meringue frosting and crushed Andes mints.
This pasta salad is bright in flavor from the basil pesto.
These meatballs can be made ahead of time so you can enjoy the game.
A great addition if you plan on doing a wing bar for the big game.
You can use any vegetable for this recipe.
This sweet and tangy sauce goes great on just about anything!
The rib lifter is the cut of meat above and below the blade bone and is similar to flank steak.
These green beans can be served on their own as a side dish or they can be added to any side dish.
This broccoli is finished with a crunchy bread crumb topping.
This combination of a smoked strip loin and basted in rendered beef fat is a mouth full of deliciousness!
The roasted garlic in this dish makes these potatoes incredibly savory.
A perfect light dessert after a heavy meal.
A versatile BBQ sauce that can be used on anything from chicken to brisket.
So delicious, that you can not stop with just a handful.
A great alternative to carrots and potatoes.
Definitely not your mom's pot roast!
Roasting the Yukon Gold potatoes enhances the sweetness of the potatoes making this salad even more delicious.
The bananas foster makes this dessert even more decadent and delicious.
This dipping oil can be used for bread, naan or in any of your recipes that call for garlic.
If you are a fan of squid, you will love octopus!
Translation, "drunken spaghetti", need I say more?
Gnocchi, which translates into dumpling, is traditionally made with potatoes and flour. This gnocchi is made with ricotta, flour and fresh herbs.
Once the sausage is smoked, we finish them on a grill to give them a little char.
A versatile sauce that can be served with any pasta dish.
Instead of espresso, we substituted Scarlet Lane's Dorian Coconut Stout, yum!
A delicious addition to your salad or soup!
Luxurious and delicious.
This roasted beef tenderloin is served with a goat cheese and sundried tomato relish.
Baked first, then finished with butter, heavy cream and orange zest. Delicious!
A perfect finish to any meal!
The Sriracha mayo adds another depth of flavor to these classic crab cakes.
A delicious alternative to chocolate.
The addition of white balsamic vinegar compliments the sweetness of the maple syrup and raisins in this couscous dish.
The fish is first cured before smoking which enhances the flavor.
Encasing the salmon in a salt crust helps to keep the fish moist during the baking process.
A light lemony treat for breakfast or for brunch.
Bacon, gravy and biscuits...need I say more?!
A savory take on the classic French toast.
This coffee cake has pops of fresh blueberries and is complimented with a sour cream glaze.
Po'boys are Louisiana's version of a submarine sandwich. They're typically made with fried seafood, the Backyard version features shrimp that's marinated in Dizzy Pig's Swamp Venom and grilled on the EGG.
A Louisiana Creole dish of Spanish and French influence made on the EGG.
Gumbo is the most beloved Louisiana food and for good reason. This Cajun soup has an extraordinary taste and aroma that will electrify your senses and make you warm and happy.
A nice pound cake is used for the base of this flambeed delight.
The grilled avocado makes this BLT sandwich rich and creamy and the roasted Roma tomatoes add another depth of flavor.
A pizza folded into a half moon and filled with your choice of ingredients.
This bread is so versatile that it can be used on your charcuterie platter or for your sandwiches.
This jam can be made with any fruit of your choice. Use the jam on toast or for desserts.
A tasty snack or appetizer.
The addition of roasted red beets to this cake add a great flavor.
A hearty dish, that is sure to please for any get together.
A cheesy and spicy accompaniment to any soup or chili.
This hot dog is bursting with flavor, stuffed with cheese, wrapped in bacon and topped with coleslaw.
A great dish to serve at your next party!
Deviled eggs with a kick!
A delicious representation of the south.
A cheesy and delicious spread for your crackers, bread or crudité.
A delicious traditional southern side dish.
Using a cider baste, gives the pork a tangy deliciousness.
Yes, fried chicken on the Big Green Egg!
A versatile tart dough that can be used for dessert or savory dishes.
Made with Ovaltine, you get a delicious malt ball flavor.
This Japanese style bread is made with a roux that helps keep it moist and soft.
Scratch made rye bread you can make any time.
A tangy sauce to serve with your pulled pork.
A nice flaky crust for your desserts or savory dishes.
The brown butter makes these cookies very rich and delicious.
A quick and easy dish!
A delicious and savory meal.
Two classic flavors together of peanut butter and bananas in a cookie with cream.
An excellent alternative to chicken.
A delicious alternative to using chicken.
An elegant presentation, as each guest is served their own individual quail.
A traditional Chinese bun baked on the EGG, using smoked pork tenderloin.
Roasted soy beans, that are great for snacking on.
A spicy and savory seafood dish, served with a Chinese steamed bun to soak up the delicious broth.
Korean marinated beef short ribs grilled on the Big Green EGG served with stir-fried Chinese Broccoli
These glutinous rice balls are filled with sweetened red bean paste and deep fried on the Big Green Egg.
A sampling of smoked sausage from Smoking Goose.
A deliciously spicy mustard sauce to compliment any dish.
A whole suckling pig smoked on the Big Green EGG!
The goat cheese gives this mac and cheese dish a delicious tang!
These scallops are smoked with alder wood.
Slow braised kale served with a spicy pot liquor.
The buttermilk and Dijon mustard make this roasted potato salad tangy and creamy.
An awesome salad with a tangy Asian dressing.
A creamy and light dessert served with vanilla whipped cream and a scratch made biscotti.
An Asian style crostini; a shrimp paste made with fresh shrimp, ginger and garlic is spread onto scratch ciabatta bread, baked until crisp and served with scratch sweet chile sauce.
A delicious seafood pasta dish to satisfy any craving.
Seasonal fish and seasonal vegetables cooked in parchment paper.
Spanish chorizo and rice are used as filling for sole fillets and smoked on the EGG.
A tangy grapefruit dressing adds another dimension of flavor to these roasted Brussels sprouts.
A delicious combination of sweet and salty!
This pesto can be used as a spread on any sandwich or as a dipping sauce to your charcuterie and crudité platters.
A quick and easy salad that features seasonal fruits.
This sausage gravy is served with a 5 minute and 10 second egg.
A rich and chocolaty cookie!
A delicious accoutrement for any sandwich, charcuterie or crudité platter.
Fresh blueberries add a pop of freshness to this creamy cake.
The fingerling potatoes are first grilled, then finished by braising in heavy cream, chicken stock, fresh herbs and Smoking Goose salami.
Backyard's version of Montreal smoked meat.
Dijon mustard is added to the traditional coleslaw dressing to add a nice tang.
The next best thing to pulled pork!
Chickpeas are seasoned with thyme, cumin, marjoram, oregano and roasted sesame seeds, then roasted until golden brown.
A savory and hearty vegetarian soup.
A versatile recipe that any type of beans can be used.
A "meaty" patty topped with baked sweet potato fries on a scratch made challah bun.
Not your boring old ketchup!
A refreshing cake topped with a Grand Marnier glaze.
Use this recipe to pickle those extra vegetables from your garden this Spring.
A refreshing and light salad, perfect for spring and summer.
Refried beans are made with mashed pintos; for charro—a Tex-Mex take on pork and beans—the beans are served whole in a spicy broth.
This dessert is tangy and sweet, paired with a pistachio graham-cracker crust and a lime whipped cream.
Grilled lamb served with a tangy feta salsa.
These roasted potatoes are creamy and tangy.
Traditional hummus that can be served with crackers, naan or crudité.
A favorite Greek street food and snack, mpougatsa is traditionally made with very large handmade phyllo sheets that are folded over multiple times before being folded over the filling.
Pastitio sometimes spelled pastitsio or pastichio, is a Greek and Mediterranean baked pasta dish including ground beef and béchamel sauce in its best-known form.
A soft, slightly leavened flatbread baked from wheat flour. It is used in many Mediterranean, Balkan and Middle Eastern cuisines and resembles other slightly leavened flatbreads such as Iranian nan-e barbari, South Asian flatbreads and Central Asian naan, and pizza crust.
A Greek dish consisting of pieces of seasoned meat roasted on skewers. We used fresh swordfish in this recipe.
Grilled chicken thighs, finished with a hoisin sauce and accompanied with scratch pickles. Recipe by Brian Kavicky.
Bake and Shark (we used tuna) is a classic street food dish that is sold at a multitude of food stalls and cookshops all over Trinidad and Tobago. It consists of a fried flatbread ("bake") filled with fried pieces of shark meat and various other ingredients and sauces.
The avocado adds a nice creaminess to this dressing.
Scotch bonnets used in the marinade, give these wings a spicy kick!
Assertively seasoned with garlic, oregano, pepper, and enough salt to form a crust, pernil—a Puerto Rican mainstay—lingers in the slow cooker for 18 hours until browned and fork-tender. It's served with vinegar-based pique criollo, a hot sauce made with peppers, garlic, pineapple and herbs.
A healthy helping of citrus zest, apricot-lime marmalade, and a dash of white rum make up the tropical trifecta of flavors in this easy, breezy tart.
Traditional baked beans are given a kick with some Sriracha!
These spare ribs are first cooked with just salt. They are finished with a balsamic glaze that is mopped on until they are nice and gooey.
The asparagus are first grilled and then tossed in crème fraiche to make a nice creamy dish.
A light and tangy dessert to serve after a heavy meal.
These ribs are rubbed in a copious amount of brown sugar and paprika.
When it comes to Texas barbecue, a beef rub need go no further than salt and pepper.
The Spanish version of rice pudding, made with cinnamon, sugar, vanilla, butter, milk and sweetened condensed milk.
The name "Huarache" is derived from the shape of the masa, similar to the popular sandals of the same name. It consists of an oblong, fried masa base, with a variety of toppings including green or red salsa, onions, potato, cilantro and any manner of protein such as ground beef or tongue, and then finished with queso fresco cheese. This dish is most popular in its hometown, Mexico City.
In Mexico a torta is a kind of sandwich, served on an oblong 15 cm firm, crusty white sandwich roll. Depending on the region, this is called a bolillo, telera, birote, or pan francés.Tortas can be eaten cold or hot, grilled, or toasted in a press in the same manner as a cuban sandwich or panini.
Churros are usually made of a batter which is piped into extremely hot oil. Once the churro is fried it is traditionally rolled in hot cinnamon sugar. Backyard's version is filled with cream cheese and baked on the EGG.
All the ingredients are roasted on the EGG.
The poblanos, chiles and tomatillos are directly grilled on the EGG.
Tacos Al Pastor is a Mexican dish featuring a pork and pineapple mixutre. By marinating the pork with pineapple, the protein in the pork breaks down resulting in very tender meat. These tacos are genererally served on soft tortillas and include cilantro, onions, lime juice, pineapple, and salsa.
These brats are cooked in dark beer and served with sauerkraut and mustard. Recipe by Richard Swindell.
A light and refreshing dessert. Recipe by Michael Richardson.
Sausage gravy is the used as the "sauce" for this delicious pizza.
A great dish to serve at brunch.
Clafoutis sometimes in Anglophone countries spelled clafouti, is a baked French dessert of fruit, traditionally black cherries, arranged in a buttered dish and covered with a thick flan-like batter. The clafoutis is dusted with powdered sugar and served lukewarm, sometimes with cream.
This recipe uses chicken breasts that are brined and then rubbed. Recipe by Jason Pyles.
Cauliflower is first marinated in coconut milk and then grilled. Recipe by Tim Rinehart.
Smoky and delicious!
The pie is a chocolate and walnut tart in a pie shell usually with a pastry dough crust. It is also commonly made with pecans, chocolate chips, and Kentucky bourbon. Popular additions are butterscotch, caramel, and other types of nuts. Recipe by Michael Tipton
Use your choice of Dizzy Pig Rub to rub the pork tenderloin. Recipe by Gary Southard
Migas is a traditional dish in Spanish cuisine. Originally a breakfast dish that made use of leftover bread or tortas, today migas is a fashionable first course served for lunch and dinner in restaurants in Spain.
Rich chocolate and caramel brownies.
Use any type of fresh seafood for this dish.
Garlic and cheesy deliciousness!!! Recipe by Team Croaning
This grilled pork tenderloin is accompanied with a roasted corn coulis. Recipe by Dustin Feliciana
A quick and easy side dish.
A spiced-lamb meatball-on-a-skewer, it is a staple of the Turkish grill, found on street carts all over Istanbul, and found in every single Turkish restaurant in the United States. Recipe by Greg Toombs
These mushrooms are marinaded with Italian seasonings and grilled on the Big Green Egg.
This is a fun take on a childhood favorite.
This steak is simply seasoned with salt and pepper and finished with Tulip Tree Creamery Cheese.
This pizza is a great addition to any pizza night!
Thes start with cream cheese, shredded cheese and jalapeños and are then wrapped with sausage and bacon.
This recipe features slices of sausage, topped with a spicy cream cheese filling and wrapped in bacon!
Use a traditional wok over the flame for this stir fried recipe.
Classic banana bread baked on the Egg.
Bananaroni's are pepperoni and mozzarella stuffed banana peppers.
This is a kid favorite!
Lamb chops are marinated in yogurt, onion, saffron and black pepper.
This breakfast casserole has everything but the kitchen sink!
Migas is a traditional dish in Spanish cuisine. This is a tex mex version of this breakfast favorite.
Simply seasoned skirt steak with a white wine mustard sauce.
This asian style of nachos is great for any occasion!
In this recipe, rock shrimp are marinaded in lime juice with jalapeños and cilantro and served with chips.
These cakes are made with olive oil and are completely vegan!
Think pastrami, but better....
Classic sausage pizza grilled on the Big Green Egg.
The crisp prosciutto adds a nice texture to the flaky halibut filet.
Albacore tuna seasoned with just salt and pepper served with grilled cherry tomatoes.
A traditional shrimp boil cooked on the Big Green Egg.
These shortcakes are made with equal parts of flour and almond meal, giving them a delicious flavor!
North Atlantic Salmon smoked with three different types of wood and served with house pickles and our white bbq sauce.
An apple juice brine is used to add more flavor to this smoked pork shoulder.
Cheese, bacon and corn... need we say more?
The fish sauce and tamarind paste used in the marinade make for a unique and delicious flavor.
A delicious and refreshing summer salad.
A medley of potatoes, seasonal greens and shallots served with grilled steak and a five minute and ten second egg.
You can use any kind of smoked and cured meats on this pizza.
Crispy on the outside, soft and chewy on the inside.
Grilled assorted mushrooms, creamy trillium cheese, scrambled quail eggs...absolutely delicious.
A delicious balance of sweet and salty.
This pizza uses the Neapolitan pizza dough and is cooked on the plate setter for a crispy crust.
This is crust is thick, chewy and delicious!
This is a fun take on a classic. It can be used on everything from fries to ribs!
These wings are sweet and spicy and make the perfect snack or meal!
This over the top burger is sure to satisfy!
A fool is typically a dessert with fruit, sugar, and whipped heavy cream or custard. This recipe features blueberries, lemon curd and our Back Yard Pound Cake.
This is a staff favorite and works well as an appetizer!
The NY Strip is smoked low and slow and is paired with a light and refreshing couscous salad.
This recipe features Honey Hog Hot Meat Church rub. The rub gives it a slightly sweet and spicy flavor and is served with a delicious glazed broccoli.
Use any seasonal squash for this recipe and grill them directly on your EGG. The squash makes this cake moist and delicious.
These savory muffins make a great appetizer or snack.
These wrapped scallops are grilled directly on the EGG and served with a fresh tomato and onion salad.
This little slider is full of big flavors.
The salmon is brined before smoking on the EGG.
A light and tasty summer salad.
A tasty and fulfilling meal.
Your traditional surf and turf cooked on the Big Green Egg.
These beef short ribs are mopped with a Lexington sauce for added flavor.
Pork loin, a great alternative to chicken and beef.
This is a perfect way to use the abundance of summer corn!
This recipe has a quick pickle featuring the unique ingredient coca-cola!
These ribs use a spiced liquid that can be used to braise or baste the ribs with as they cook.
This is a unique twist on the standard bbq sauce and is a perfect accompaniment to just about anything!
This recipe is an unassembled version of a key lime pie, which makes the serving possibilities endless!
This is a great recipe to try for your first time cooking ribs. They are super easy and are sure to please!
A true fan favorite!
These chicken wings are tossed in a honey chipotle sauce and served with an avocado crema to tame the heat!
This pork shoulder is braised in a seasoned liquid which makes it juicy and tender.
This tart has a cookie crust and is layered with strawberries, cream cheese and a crumble topping.
When making this recipe be sure to let the rub sit on the steaks for 2 hours. This will not only help season the meat but it will tenderize it as well.
This recipe uses cauliflower instead of potatoes and is a staff favorite!
This is a great fall or winter recipe that is sure to please a crowd!
The olives in this recipe are a great accompaniment with skirt steak.
Persimmon, Japan's national fruit, make for a delicious dish!
The age old question: Chili with or without noodles?! This is a midwestern recipe featuring spaghetti to accompany your chili.
These ribs are rubbed, marinated with asian flavors and topped with a spicy peanut mixture.
This is a perfect appetizer for all of your game time events!
This is a recipe for classic grilled fries to go along with any side dish!
Want the flavor of a smore but don’t have a campfire? No problem, this is a recipe for classic smores in an easy to eat bar!
This recipe uses cauliflower instead of potatoes and is a staff favorite!
These cabbages are grilled until tender and tossed with an Asian dressing.
Pavlova is a fancy name for a meringue. Bake these low and slow for a crisp texture!
This is a refreshing hearty greens salad that is sure to please!
This recipe is for grilled duck breasts.
This is a mustard based bbq sauce and is great on pulled pork or ribs!
This recipe combines potatoes, onions, bacon and blue cheese making it perfect alongside any bbq dish!
This recipe is sweet and smoky. It is finished with a from scratch bbq sauce and rub.
These ribs are braised in stout beer making them super tender and delicious!
This bar is swirled with cream cheese, vanilla, lemon and fresh berries.
This chili is a blend of chipotles, chorizo, black beans and lime.
This is a classic recipe for gratin with a unique twist. It uses butternut squash and blue cheese instead of the traditional ingredients.
This is a unique cooking method that has you cook the potatoes directly on the coals.
In this recipe, the steak is marinated with soy sauce, balsamic and maple syrup.
This steak was rubbed with Dizzy Pig IPA seasoning and smoked with merlot bourbon wood.
This sandwich recipe features fresh fish, pickles and a garlic aioli.
This is a recipe for classic baked beans.
In this recipe, ono is smoked with alder wood.
These wings are seasoned with salt and pepper and are smoked with three types of wood so you can tell the difference between all three.
This pesto is great in place of marinara sauce on a pizza!
This is a hearty winter salad that is tossed in a lemon mustard dressing.
These cheese straws make the perfect appetizer!
These are a fun twist on the classic stromboli recipe!
This is a traditional recipe on a classic favorite.
This turkey is butterflied so it takes less time to cook than a standard slow cooked turkey.
This stuffing features the spanish sausage, chorizo, giving it a unique flavor on this holiday favorite!
This is a much lighter version of green beans for your holiday festivities!
These bars are perfect the perfect size to take to your next Thanksgiving cocktail party!
For a fun twist on the classic turkey for Thanksgiving, try this roulade!
These muffins have a soft boiled egg inside of them!
Okonomiyaki is a Japanese savory pancake containing a variety of ingredients and is typically griddled or grilled.
Persimmon is a midwest native fruit that is highly under used due to its astringent flavor when the fruit is not ripe. When it is ripe, it is a very sweet. This bread is used with the fruit and is tender and delicious!
This recipe uses rice to make the grits giving it a unique twist on a southern classic.
This is a classic Philippine dish that is stewed in vinegar and soy sauce with garlic and spices.
This is a great recipe for a traditional New England style clam chowder.
This is a simple recipe for rice. Many other spices can be added to it to season it as desired
This simple recipe for mac and cheese uses cheddar and hot sauce.
Brine this chicken for 24 hours and fry until crisp and juicy!
This recipe calls for club soda, which will lighten the texture of the biscuits.
Sour cream in this cake recipe keeps the cake nice and moist while giving it a tangy balance to the caramel frosting!
Gougéres are a puff of choux pastry flavored with cheese and are often stuffed with a savory filling.
This sticky toffee banana recipe will be the crowd favorite at your next gathering!
This is a classic bbq sauce that is a great base to add your own flavors!
This recipe uses shrimp for a fun twist on the classic deviled egg.
This recipe uses pimento peppers and bread and butter pickles, creating a creamy and vinegary side dish.
This is a super moist citrus cake that is dairy free!
These spare ribs are basted with a marinade, giving them a flavorful bark.
These ribs are flavorful and sure to please!
This is a recipe for a classic beef stew made with beer and bacon.
Cacciatore is an Italian dish that is typically prepared in a spicy tomato sauce with mushrooms and herbs.
These sweet potato fries are tossed with cornstarch just before frying, which gives them a nice crisp exterior.
This is a great recipe for shrimp bisque, however any type of shellfish can be substituted.
The sour cream in this recipe makes the cupcakes very tender and moist.
This is a very versatile pesto that is great on pizzas, poultry or as a dipping sauce!
This is a simple marinara sauce using the famous San Marzano tomatoes.
These meatballs are glazed with a hoisin sauce and are great for any occasion.
This is a unique twist on the classic favorite.
These cute sandwiches are great for any gathering.
This is a traditional recipe for an all time favorite.
This recipe features beer giving it a fun adult take on a classic brownie.
This beef is smoked with mulberry wood and served with a baby kale and cauliflower salad.
The end result of this risotto is light, creamy and rich!
This is a take on the famous Milk Bar Milk Crumb recipe and is a great garnish to almost any dessert!
When making this cake, be sure to use high quality olive oil for the best flavor.
These rolls have a large amount of parmesan cheese in them, making them savory and delicious!
This is a great twist on grilling shrimp! It is stuffed with mozzarella, basil and wrapped with prosciutto.
This soup starts off by roasting the peppers first which helps remove the skin. Doing this helps create a velvety texture!
This is a braised version of brisket that is served with a flavorful gravy.
This is a light and refreshing slaw that is even a great dish on its own!
Making your own thousand island is extremely simple and makes it taste a thousand times better!
This recipe calls for carrots and onions, however any vegetable can be used.
Be sure to not stir the rice when making paella to ensure the delicious crust forms!
This recipe is light and fluffy, similar in texture to angel food cake.
This tuna is rubbed with coriander and served with a creamy salsa!
This salsa has the addition of mint and oranges which will brighten up any dish!
These are light, refreshing and unique take on the traditional burger.
These head on shrimp are cooked in the sauce so that they can absorb as much sauce as possible. It is served with ciabatta to soak up all of the flavorful sauce.
These beignets are served with a vanilla creme anglaise.
This is a simple recipe for cajun seasoning that can be used to flavor proteins, vegetables or soups.
This po’boy is light, crisp and refreshing!
This is a classic recipe for gumbo!
This is a simple recipe for creole seasoning that can be used to flavor proteins, vegetables or soups.
This remoulade works well with seafood.
This is a great substitute for bread and butter pickles and works well on anything!
These brussel spouts are roasted and tossed with a blue cheese dressing.
These burgers are served with a cornichon caper sauce.
This recipe for chicken wings adds baking powder to the rub to help crisp and brown up the skins.
These cupcakes are made with beer, whiskey and baileys!
Pickling these eggs in beets gives them a beautiful purple color that is great for presentation.
This pork has a wet rub that marinates overnight.
This rub is especially great for poultry.
These radishes are cooked in bacon fat, giving them a crisp bottom and a fantastic flavor!
This recipe uses the method of cooking risotto, but uses faro instead.
This curd is a great accompaniment for any breakfast pastry or dessert.
This is a classic recipe for biscuits with the twist of using duck fat!
Tomato jam works well on sandwiches, with charcuterie or even a spoon!
Steak fish works well for this recipe, because the fish is brushed with a glaze and smoked until flaky.
This NY Strip is smoked whole and served with a herbed caper sauce.
This is a straight forward recipe that can be used for most types of vegetables.
Smoking the water in this recipe, gives a subtle hit of smokiness without overpowering the cake.
In this recipe, the avocados are smoked slightly before making a traditional guacamole.
This recipe calls for rice to be cooked and refrigerated overnight. This creates a sticky rice which helps adhere the other ingredients.
This chicken is spatchcocked; meaning it is split up the back bone and cooked until tender.
This is a simple recipe for a smoked whole turkey.
These duck breasts are well seasoned with spices and finished with a orange and blackberry sauce.
This skirt steak simply seasoned with salt and pepper and finished with a salsa verde.
This kale salad has candied nuts, dried currants and a maple dijon dressing that creates the perfect balance of sweet and tart!
These bars are light, tart and sweet!
This basic dressing will be a new favorite! It is so simple and versatile!
This buttercream is rich, dense and delicious!
This recipe calls for freeze dried fruit, however any type of dried fruit, vegetable or even cracker can be used.
Make these empanadas for dinner or even ahead of time and freeze them for a later, easy snack!
For breakfast or just a snack, these muffins are sure to please!
The base of this salsa is made with tomatillos and goes well with anything!
This is a sure way to get the perfect soft boiled quail egg every time!
This chocolate mousse can be served with fruit, nuts, cookies or even a spoon!
Curing your own corned beef takes some planning, but is well worth it!
Be sure to let the rub sit on the brisket overnight to enhance the flavors and tenderize the meat.
This is a light and refreshing slaw that is even a great dish on its own!
Make this recipe for a different take on sweet potatoes!
This cake is made with cornmeal and almonds which give it a unique taste and texture.
This recipe is sure to please even meat lovers!
This version of sweet potatoes are grilled and tossed with cumin, lime, cilantro and green onions!
Vegetable lasagna doesn’t have to be for vegetarians! This recipe is a crowd pleaser.
Galaktoboureko is a Greek dessert of semolina custard in filo.
This recipe calls for the lamb to be baked into a loaf pan first, so it can be sliced thin for a traditional gyro.
Pastitsio is a Greek baked pasta dish including ground beef and béchamel sauce.
This recipe combines the idea of a chicken pot pie and spanakopita in a cast iron skillet for a hearty and delicious meal!
This is a classic recipe for a Greek Salad.
These apples are topped with a brown butter crumb batter that creates the perfect topping!
Chantilly cream is a light and fluffy topping that works especially well with fruit desserts!
These vegetables are blended with pureed red peppers, mayo, lemon juice and crushed red peppers to make a flavorful and bright sauce!
Radishes make a great side dish when combined with bacon, butter and cider vinegar!
This steak is rubbed with a wet rub and marinaded overnight which tenderizes the steak and enhances the flavor.
Cooking these chickpeas at a higher temperature dries them out and creates a crispy texture.
A great way to really taste the differences in cuts of beef!
This is a classic recipe for a salted caramel.
This is a classic recipe for a caribbean favorite.
Coco bread is a bread made in the caribbean. It is traditionally made with coconut milk.
These vegetables are grilled first and tossed with a coconut, citrus and spiced sauce.
This recipe is made with kidney beans and tastes like the best pumpkin pie you have ever had!
This is a different take on the classic Jamaican curry.
This is a light and refreshing recipe that combines shrimp, mangoes and peppers.
This is a great recipe for Jerk Chicken!
This is a simple recipe for a whipped mousse. Any type of flavored chip may be substituted.
This is an easy and delicious recipe for any type of candied nut!
This is a light and refreshing grilled asian slaw that goes perfect with grilled meats.
These beignets are loaded with cheesy delicious flavor!
Pambazos are a chile salsa dipped sandwich.
This sauce is packed with garlic and is great over grilled steak!
This is a classic recipe for tamale dough.
These tamales are flavored with chicken and a red chile sauce.
These apple turnovers are sure to please!
This is a unique twist on an american classic!
These cookies have pretzels and potato chips, making them a sweet and salty treat!
Prepare these poppers for any get together!
These sandwiches are topped with a fennel apple slaw and finished with an apple bourbon glaze.
This fish is roasted and finished with a lemon and olive relish.
This is a recipe for German meat patties. Maggi can be found in most international sections.
This crab flatbread is best just off of the grill.
These lentils are tossed with tomatillo, jalapeños and queso chihuahua, making a delicious chilled Mexican side dish!
This recipe calls for prosciutto and ricotta cheeses, however any type of meat and cheese can be used.
The cajun rub on this shrimp gives a nice spice to counter act the creamy remoulade dressing.
This recipe works well as an interactive appetizer or would be great with pasta!
These veggies are blanched first to prevent loss of color, texture and flavor.
Fresh herbs give this shortcake recipe a nice twist!
In this recipe, the halibut is finished with a savory blackberry sauce, however any type of berry can be used.
This fruit sauce is frozen until thickened and served over the top of shortcakes
This is a versatile recipe for garlic, herb and vinegar potatoes. Any type of herb or vinegar can be substituted to match desired flavors!
These baked beans have a touch of sriracha to kick up the heat!
Elote is a Mexican street food that is typically corn tossed with cilantro, lime and cheese.
Sweet potatoes are high in vitamins and minerals and give a nice change to the standard hash.
Breaded french toast is sure to please!
This is a great seasoning as a rub or as a finishing agent.
This is a breakfast bowl of deliciousness!
Make these onions for a garnish, charcuterie plate or even just to eat!
These eggs are blended with goat cheese and chives. They are perfect on their own or on a breakfast sandwich!
This is a take on lox, but is served as a rice bowl.
This is a light and flavorful recipe for smoked pork shoulder and is served with a peach mustard.
These wings are tossed in a spicy and fruity sauce that will surprise any palate!
Think classic potato salad with a spicy twist!
This recipe creates a sweet spicy and tangy slaw that works well on just about anything!
Clafoutis is a French dessert that is usually made with cherries and topped with a sweet batter.
Browning the butter gives the dressing a nice toasty flavor and adds depth to these vegetables.
This recipe calls for smoked salmon, however any type of flaky fish can be used.
Baby back ribs use the 3-2-1 smoking method. This is a great way for them to be tender and delicious!
Take this to your next potluck for a crowd pleaser!
Browning butter can add a rich flavor and nuttiness. It is a great addition to this couscous side dish!
Rock shrimp are the perfect size for a taco appetizer!
Try adding smoked salmon to your next BLT to liven up a classic!
Tarragon in this cake recipe, adds a nice herbal flavor that works well with the caramel apples!
These baby back ribs are basted with a mop sauce during cooking.
This slaw has the perfect amount of creaminess and tanginess from the blue cheese and the vinegar.
These chicken wings are brined then marinaded with bourbon, sugar and mustard, giving them an excellent flavor!
This salmon dip can be served hot or cold and is great with grilled bread!
This risotto is seasoned with homemade sun dried tomatoes, parmesan and kalamata olives!
Drying tomatoes is not only a great preservation method, but it is also a great ingredient to flavor dishes with!
This is a light and refreshing recipe for seasonal vegetables; perfect for summer!
These baby back ribs are rubbed with lemon zest, cayenne and sugar which give them the perfect flavor combination of sweet, spicy and tangy!
The roasted garlic mustard is the perfect finish for grilled beef!
This is a classic recipe for a key lime pie…. but it’s baked on the EGG!
These baby backs are rubbed with garlic, olive oil and herbs, then roasted until tender.
This is a perfect recipe for spare ribs or any other type of bbq!
These spare ribs are cooked using the 3-2-1 method.
This is a great salad to take to any get together!
A chile lime butter is a great way to season this summer favorite!
Making crackers is quite easy and they taste so much better than the store bought ones!
These patties are filled with jalapeño, cream cheese, and garlic which makes for a fun twist on the classic burger!
Burgers don’t have to be made with ground beef! This recipe uses salmon and is finished with a kalamata aioli.
The star of this burger is the red wine BBQ sauce, which would also be a great accompaniment to chicken or pork!
This is a super addicting snack that is great for everyday or a party!
Lotus root is similar in flavor to a potato, which makes it excellent for frying!
Be sure to use short grain rice when making sushi rice. This rice also works well for a rice bowl.
This is a sweet treat that is garnished with grilled mango!
Tuna poke is a raw appetizer and is great with chips or on its own!
In this recipe, chicken is glazed with a savory asian caramel sauce and garnished with sesame seeds and almonds.
These meatballs are a unique twist on a great classic!
Polenta is great for grilling!
The key to this recipe is to rub the steak the night before, allowing the meats to tenderize.
This salad is light, refreshing and very simple to make!
Za’atar is a Middle Eastern spice mixture that works well on just about anything!
This makes a great topping for any dessert or even oatmeal!
This recipe makes a flavorful filling which is rolled up in a piece of flank steak.
Harissa is a hot sauce or paste used in North African cuisine, and is very versatile!
This is a classic recipe for Caesar Salad and is finished with garlic Parmesan croutons.
This is a hearty salad that uses Harissa in the dressing; giving it a little heat and a unique twist!
This NY Strip is simply seasoned with Raising the Steaks and is grilled over direct.
Pandan is used in Thailand frequently in place of vanilla. It has a flavor that is sweet and bright, like an herby bubble gum, or licorice without the bite.
Oreganata is a dish that is topped with herbs and breadcrumbs and often baked. This recipe uses roasted eggplant and fresh tomatoes.
This pork loin is rubbed with a chile salt and then marinaded. The key to this is letting it sit overnight.
Chimichurri is a South American sauce typically containing parsley, garlic, vinegar, olive oil, and flakes of chili pepper.
Elotes are a traditional street food in Mexico, commonly made with corn.
These sweet potatoes are grilled and seasoned with garlic, herbs and chile flakes.
Letting the flank steak marinate overnight will allow for a richer flavor. Remember to always slice flank steak across the grain.
Using hardier greens on the grill can bring out a lot of flavor. Always soak your radicchio to pull out bitterness.
Grilled apples are easy to execute and quick. easy
Great alternative to apple pie. This recipe makes use of the plate setter for indirect heat.
Duck confit tacos are an unexpected combination but make a great pairing
Once you make your own pie dough you may never use store bought again.
The most challenging part of this recipe is de boning the duck. Once you have the hang of it this recipe is simple and delicious.
Quick and easy smoked duck breast.
This recipe utilizes both indirect and direct heat. The vegetables can be roasted over direct heat but care should be taken in order to not overcook.
Smoke and potatoes are a great match. You can also add a little duck fat to your pan while smoking to add another dimension to your potatoes.
Collard greens are a great counter to rich cuts of meat such as St. Louis style ribs or short ribs.
These ribs will still have a bit of chew to them but with a nice crust from the rub.
Short ribs are a great and versatile cut of meat. This method will result in fall off the bone tenderness and a light grill at the end will caramelize sugars and really add another dimension to the ribs.
A better mac and cheese, this recipe can be adapted to suit anyones tastes.
A great Fall alternative to sweet potatoes.
The rich chocolate custard makes this dish!
If your meat stalls at 150-160 don’t forget the Texas Crutch method of wrapping in aluminum foil and return it to the grill.
Mole sauce is a deep rich dish with a kick. There are many different variations depending on region and family.
Easy and versatile pork shoulder is perfect for cooking on the Big Green Egg.
Makes a great appetizer.
Smoky Brisket adds a different twist on the traditional taco.
Charring your vegetables adds another dimension to your salsa. If you like more heat add some serrano chiles to your salsa.
The “Mexican Drowned Sandwich” is an amazing sandwich unlike your average torta.
A really moist and flavorful cake perfect for fall.
Sticky rice can be made savory or sweet. This recipe shows a different technique for cooking rice.
A variation on smoked rack of lamb the will give you a big impact on the flavor profile.
Amazingly tender short ribs and flavorful sauce.
Delicious Tuscan kale!
Try these Thai inspired for ribs for an alternative to the usual barbecue fare. Pair them with the dipping sauce to kick up the heat.
Quick and Easy this sauce packs some heat. Start with half of the chiles and taste before you add all of the chiles to the sauce.
A hearty winter side dish. This recipe goes great with heartier dishes for lots of flavor.
A hearty and flavorful bowl of Steak and grains.
NY Strip is a very flavorful cut of meat that is easy to prepare without a lot of additional work. The aged Gouda in this recipe will add a nutty flavor to your potatoes.
Semolina adds a different texture to this cake making it a great way to end a meal
A light and delicious side be sure not to over cook your rice.
Chocolate truffle mousse cake is an unbelievably rich dessert. The smoked walnuts add another level of flavor.
A hearty stewed vegetable. Grill the vegetables ahead of time for better flavor.
Moroccan Salmon is perfect for cool weather grilling.
Simple risotto can be a great pairing with any kind of fish.
The cucumber salsa is a great counter flavor to the richness of the seabags.
This recipe is easily adapted to any season
Classic French preparation with a twist.
A really easy and fun side dish to compliment fish or chicken.
A great to add flavor to any cut of chicken.
A great twist on an old classic. Reminiscent of apple pancakes the maple syrup makes the cake.
Great tasting cheddar biscuits!
Chilean sea bass is an excellent fish to smoke due to its high fat content and smooth texture.
This master recipe is easily adapted to fit any occasion. Choose a rub or wood of your choice to make it your own.
Here, it is sautéed with chickpeas to make a hearty side dish, with just a touch of chili heat.
Butterscotch is an easy and versatile sauce.
Pesto is best served fresh or can be frozen to enjoy later.
Achiote paste gives the rub for this recipe a deep red hue, making for a visually striking roast holiday bird.
The best of both worlds. Spiced apple filling with a crispy caramelized pecan topping.
A great fall salad. The duck sausage adds richness and depth of flavor.
Crunchy on the outside and creamy on the inside these potatoes are a great side dish for any occasion.
An addicting snack that is quick and fun to prepare.
Caramelized roasted cauliflower with a pine nut, raisin, and caper vinaigrette. Roasted cauliflower is a great accompaniment to any Thanksgiving meal.
Lamb belly is an under utilized cut of meat. It has great flavor and texture when prepared properly.
Put bacon jam on everything.
This Galette can be adapted to any season by using whatever fruit is in season at the time.
A different take on the classic duck a l’orange.
Sweet cornbread muffins to enjoy anytime.
The sweet, sticky glaze on this juicy ham is subtly spiced with fennel, coriander and star anise.
This salad quick-broils cabbage that has already been shredded, cutting down on the cooking time considerably.
Roasting the potatoes and cauliflower adds an extra dimension to the dish.
A protein like sausage lends the stuffing those all-important crispy bites, and the fat contributes essential flavor.
Pie is easy and fun to make. Be sure to have extra bourbon on hand, it makes this pie a lot more entertaining to make.
A light side to accompany heavier main dishes.
Great sandwich for leftover turkey or anytime.
Hominy traditionally used in posole is soaked overnight and then fried crisp using the dutch oven.
Smoked Pot Roast!
Goes great with wild boar ragu.
A different twist on Indiana’s state pie. A simple brûlée adds texture and deeper flavor.
Wild boar adds a lot of flavor and richness to your ragu. The ricotta gnocchi are a great accompaniment.
A different take on traditional butternut squash soup.
Classic beef wellington makes a great presentation and is well worth the effort.
Grilled pork chops are great any time of year.
Winter is the perfect time for roasted root vegetables.
A hardy side dish to compliment pork or chicken.
Smoked turkey adds another dimension to the classic chicken and dumplings.
This light and bright salad is a great compliment to rich foods.
The crackers are easy and great for people with gluten sensitivity.
Caramelized Bananas and Cake Yum.
Spicy and aromatic fried rice is a great compliment to rich and sweet ribs.
Short ribs are a versatile cut of meat, that can be adapted for any occasion.
A classic pairing of horseradish and potatoes goes great with ribs.
An easy appetizer that can be adapted to whatever you come up with.
Sweet and spicy spareribs are great anytime of year.
A great winter time salad with hardy Brussels sprouts and citrus.
A dense chocolate cake topped with pistachios.
A great salad for the winter when it’s cold outside.
Spatchcocking is a great technique for roasting a bird on the grill.
A great accompaniment to roasted chicken. Add root vegetables and roast the same way.
Chickpea flour adds a slight nutty flavor to these fries.
A classic combination of mushrooms and steak with an updated approach.
Smoked salmon, use the best quality salmon to get the best results.
This soup will warm you up on a cold January evening.
Addicting and a simple snack.
A classic from the northeast, this pizza takes a bit more prep but is well worth it.
This cauliflower is so addictive you won’t want to stop eating.
This technique needs a little more time to prepare but can save you time the day of cooking.
A different take on the traditional tabbouleh.
A hearty side dish to go along with any meal.
This pie is great for the middle of the winter.
Bread pudding is a quick and easy dessert.
This salad is a quick and flavorful winter salad.
These crispy savory wings are great for game day.
Garlic Cheese Curds add an added texture and flavor to traditional mac and cheese.
The dutch oven is a great tool to have when cooking rice.
The lentils add a nutty flavor to this mint chutney.
A thinner and crispier cousin to naan. Goes great with mint chutney.
These spicy ribs are great for game day.
Wild Boar adds another dimension to this already flavorful dish.
These are a spicy appetizer that are great for tailgating.
Brioche makes a rich and tender choice for any sandwich.
This dish has tender beef and heavenly daikon.
Extra crispy potatoes grilled and roasted.
Spicy and flavorful greens to go along with rich bbq.
A classic pie for the winter.
A complex and flavorful smoked brisket that never disappoints.
Rich Bourbon and chocolate cake never disappoints.
This gluten-free Italian bread or socca is a pancake-like flatbread made out of one part chickpea flour, one part water and a dash of olive oil and salt.
Fresh Ricotta is easy to make and delicious.
Standard Jasmine rice recipe.
A light broth
Easy roasted beets.
Brining your cod will ensure it will be well seasoned.
The orange wood smoke adds a light fruitiness.
Freekeh is what makes this dish stand out.
You can add more chilis to this curry for more heat if desired.
Meringue folded into the batter lightens the texture of this cheesecake.
A great introduction to making Chinese dumplings.
A simple preparation with a lot flavor.
Cooking the whole fish with the skin on helps to insulate the delicate flesh and protect it from drying out.
Be sure not to over cook your alligator it can get tough.
Silky and rich, deep with the flavors of bananas, rum and custard, it is not much work to make, and pays off in incredible flavor.
A standard recipe that can be adapted to your liking.
Andouille comes spicy or mild, so keep your eye on the packaging when you’re buying it.
Dirty Rice is a New Orleans classic with a lot of flavor.
Classic oyster Po’boy sandwich with a twist.
Silky and rich, deep with the flavors of bananas, rum and custard, it is not much work to make, and pays off in incredible flavor.
This etouffe is thickened with a brown roux. Traditionally it is a delicate, flavorful sauce filled with fresh seasonal seafood.
These potatoes are well worth the time to prepare.
The addition of smoked potatoes to this poutine really changes the flavor.
Cheese straws are a great snack anytime.
Using the half moon will give you an extra crispy crust for these grit cakes.
Gumbo can be adapted suit any taste.
Honey apple cabbage slaw adds a bright counter note to rich dishes.
Grilling the vegetables adds an extra dimension of flavor.
Traditional king cake is a Mardi Gras tradition.
You won’t be able to stop eating these shrimp once you start.
Sourdough baguettes are a great addition to your repertoire.
This beer nuts recipe is easy as can be. And it’s a perfect impromptu party trick since it can be made from scratch in mere minutes.
These Brussels sprouts are always a crowd pleaser.
Easy and delicious these coconut pecan brownies are addicting.
These spicy chicken wings will keep you coming back for more.
Baby back ribs are great anytime.
An easy and flavorful salad, you can make it as spicy as you like
Curry and cauliflower are a classic combination and roasting the cauliflower adds a nutty flavor to the slaw.
These classic ribs give are a great addition to your repertoire.
Coconut oil and herbs add to the aromatic basmati rice.
Loosely based on the Brazilian Pao de Queijo. These biscuits use tapioca flour and are gluten free.
At its simplest, Nuoc Cham is a mixture of water, sugar, lime juice, and fish sauce, creating the base that's a staple of Vietnamese flavor.
Classic pico de gallo adds a fresh counterpoint to pork tacos.
Based on cochinita pibil this pork shoulder recipe has a lot of flavor.
Salty and sweet this coffee cake is surprisingly simple to make.
Grilling with direct heat caramelizes the natural sugars and adds flavor to this already flavorful dish.
This is a good starting point for smoking brisket. You can rub the brisket up to four days in advance if handled properly, but 24 hrs. is the minimum.
The combination of crunchy peanuts, creamy avocados, and the sweet bite of ginger make for a dish that's full of complex flavors, yet easy to execute.
Quick and easy this slaw adds a bright counter to rich meats.
This technique employs two different cooking methods, and greatly enhances flavor.
A rich chocolate mousse goes well with anything.
Homemade crackers are easy and can be adapted to suit your tastes.
Fast and easy this pasta salad gets its kick from arugula and spicy sausage.
Homemade BBQ sauce takes very little time and can be customized to your liking.
Smoked eggplant is easy and delicious.
This is a classic recipe for an Italian favorite.
These sweet potatoes are tossed with cheese, pickled onions and toasted nuts!
In this recipe, a pie crust is filled with caramelized garlic, spinach and cheeses, then baked until golden and delicious!
This is a very easy and quick recipe for making from scratch biscuits.
This is a recipe for a smoked salmon sandwich using sourdough, creme fraiche and a sweet and sour compote.
This recipe is a great way to begin a sourdough program, so that you can continuously have delicious homemade sourdough bread.
Almond biscotti are a great substitute for cookies
This recipe can be adjusted to suit many different flavors. In class on 3/25/17 we used butterscotch chips.
This sauce packs a lot of flavor and is also great with fish.
Make sure your polenta is firm before grilling.
Shawarma packs a lot of flavor. If you are not a fan of lamb, beef brisket is a good substitute.
These noodles are stir fried at a high temperature.
Satay are great for a quick appetizer.
Thai fried rice does not have soy sauce, but still packs a lot of flavor.