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.
Turkey breast is lean meat, and we’re giving it a savory flavor boost with double cream, cognac, prunes and apples.
Duck breasts are grilled fast, and their full-flavored meat is a great match for Hank’s Signature Seasoning.
Chicken Wings are one of barbecue’s staples. They cook quickly on the grill and is the perfect pre-game snack, or pre-dinner too if you like.
Duck breasts have great flavor which is somewhere between game and domestic meat. In this recipe they are first smoked, then grilled using a lemon curd glaze. Citrus goes very well with duck.
Duck breasts are easy to cook, as long as you adhere to some basic principles, and the flavor is fantastic. You can buy them all year around in the super markets, there’s usually two in each package.
Here’s a great way to make sticky Jamaican chicken drumsticks. They are marinated in a dry rub for a few hours, then grilled on indirect heat. Finally we glaze it with a sticky sauce. Yum!
Turkey is really good grilled. There’s a trick to getting it juicy and savory every time; inject butter. It really improves the turkey, which sometimes can come across as a bit dry.
Here’s grilled chicken in with a twist; we cover it with a chocolate and chili glaze, and inject it with lemon syrup, for a slightly different flavor. The chocolate should be dark, with lot’s of cacao. I use one with 70%. I chose the ancho chili for its smokey flavor, with hints of tobacco. It is a good match for the chocolate.