Chicken thighs are so tasty, and can take a lot of flavor. We’re grilling these hot and fast with a custom rub, and then toss them in an Asian style glaze.
Pork belly is just divine in my book. Here’s a Christmas version where we smoke it with a rub made from gingerbread cookies, and spritz it with glögg (mulled wine).
This is a wonderful soup full of amazing flavors, and it is done in 30 minutes.
An offset smoker is effectively a hot air oven, which means it lends itself perfectly to roasting potatoes. Here’s how!
This is a great pie if you’re looking for a tasty vegetarian dish with a lot of flavor.
Satay sauce goes great with many dishes, both chicken and shrimp. Here’s a classic peanut sauce with good flavors. You can make it thicker if you want to brush it on as a marinade, or thinner to drizzle it over food like a sauce.
Here’s a real Southern classic, and it’s a fun way of using sweet potatoes in a dessert for a change. I recommend serving this with whipped cream with a tsp of sugar in it.
Beef cheeks are just made for barbecue. They need a long time on low heat, but the flavor is amazing. Here’s how!
Here’s a pork version of a classic fatty. I use ground salsiccia, stuff it with cheese and wrap it in bacon.
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