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Grilled Mojo Chicken takes smoked chicken to the next level! I took chicken quarters and placed them in a mojo marinated overnight. What is mojo? Well it’s a fresh, citrus with a spice kind of marinade. I actually poured a small bowl of it on the side before adding the rest to a larger bowl with the chicken so that I could use it to baste the chicken as it was smoking. There’s no reason to settle for dry and bland chicken, this simple recipe is all you need.
Chorizo Smashburgers are everything we love about chorizo and smashburgers, now combined for the ultimate bun burger experience! Topped with fresh guacamole and bacon, this chorizo smashburger is a cool, spicy experience that will keep you coming back for more. Oh, and did I mention pepper jelly? Cuz that’s in there too. Yeah, I know you want to hear more about this one. Read on, my hungry friends.
Chorizo Stuffed Porchetta is a skin on pork belly stuffed with chorizo and everything nice. Contributed by The Kitchen Whitelaw, this out of the box recipe is the perfect substitute for your holiday table. A nontraditional spin on the classic Italian dish that will have you asking for another prosciutto and parmesan infused slice. Forget about carving a turkey, carving this crispy roulade will knock your guests socks off! Do something different this year, roll up a fat one and smoke it.
Maple Bourbon Spatchcock Turkey is here, and it’s just in time for Thanksgiving! You know what else is just in time for the holidays? A special release, limited edition, “single barrel” version of my Maple Bourbon seasoning! Maple Bourbon is one of the first seasonings I developed with @spiceology, and is now favored by all. I used it on this turkey and loved the flavoring so much that I’m going to remake this exact recipe for my family's Thanksgiving. Cheers to you and yours over the holiday!
Smoked Leg of Lamb for your next family gathering. I teamed up with Oklahoma Joes Smokers to bring you a simple, yet delicious centerpiece option for your upcoming holiday gatherings! Seasoned with my Lemon Chili Rye seasoning and smoked, this leg of lamb turned out incredible. It’s tender, juicy, smokey and has the perfect tang from the seasoning. I paired it with a creamy dijon sauce and it was out of this world delicious! Keep reading to find out how to make this your own! #sponsored
Step aside pork shoulder, we’re upgrading to ham! Brad Prose from @ChilesandSmoke here to show you why these Smoked Pulled Ham Sandwiches steal the spotlight. Tender, spicy, salty, and incredibly easy to cook. Top that delicious ham with melty cheese, pickled, and buttery toasted rolls and you’ve got yourself a hit. Yes, you can absolutely shred a bone-in ham with ease, just follow along and we’ll show you how.
Had the amazing opportunity to hang out with @campingworld this past week doing some fun cooking. Travelled all over Colorado in an RV making recipes. These New York Strips with Bourbon Mushrooms cooked on the @BreeoFirePits were just something fun we put together for the team one evening. Turned out insanely good. Have some fun things headed y’alls ways soon. Stay Tuned!!!
Bourbon Bacon Pecan Salmon for a sweet, savory, and nutty way to enjoy your next salmon filet. This salmon is smoked on top of orange slices, brushed with a Buffalo Trace bourbon glaze, topped with a Bourbon Prime pecan crust and garnished with a bit of parsley. Engage in the mouth watering deliciousness in a single bit off this smoked salmon, it’ll have you coming back for more and more! #sponsored
Chipotle Garlic Chile Con Carne is everything we love about classic chili, but more meat and less of the other stuff. Don’t worry, we still have a plethora of chiles blended and mixed in via my very own chile paste. This, along with two whole chuck roasts seasoned up with some Chipotle Garlic, made for an epic bowl of chili. Top it with some cotija cheese and chopped scallions and we’ll call it a party!
Switching it up with these Al Pastor Pulled Pork Sandwiches with the help of Kings Hawaiian. Traditionally, Al Pastor is cooked on vertical spit with thinly sliced pork. Not today! We are going to marinate these bone-in pork shoulders overnight in the classic Al Pastor style marinade, then smoke them low & slow until they are falling apart. I also added some BBQ sauce, cured & seared pineapples and the ever delicious Kings Hawaiian burger buns. Put it all together, and you have an epic dinner!