There’s only one down side to waking up at noon. To eat breakfast or lunch? The Denver burger splits the difference. It’s a traditional burger topped with Wisconsin cheddar, and topped again, with a Swiss-cheese demi-omelette. Yeah … a burger with an omelet on top. And that’s not all, click below to read the rest of the recipe.
No, this is not a pin-up calendar of your brother’s ex-girlfriends. Pig Of The Month is a club giving you online access to a gourmet butcher shop. Pork ribs of all types, pulled pork, their signature “lipsmacking sauces,” all of this & more comes delivered to your door for three months when you join.
Had a taste (or two) last night. Thought I’d bring this previous post out of the archives and make more of you aware of the company.
Ever heard the term “blind-drunk”? Well, moonshine is where the term originated. Back when hillbillies were cooking up corn mash in the back yard, a bad batch could cause blindness. Sounds fun, right? Well, this stuff is a much safer introduction to the age-old tradition of copper-kettle-cooked homemade whiskey. It’s made the same way, but it’s only 80-proof and probably a little easier to get your friends to try.
The Internet and jerked beef go hand in hand for most of us, but this is new. Order custom-spiced beef jerky online and have it delivered to your door within the week. Made with grass-fed Vermont cow and a wide array of spice & flavor options, you can get your beef jerked exactly the way you like it … and you won’t even have to clear your history after ordering.
If the term ‘skirt steak’ only calls up crude images in your mind, you’ve got some issues. Maybe more wholesome activities, like cooking, can help sanitize your thoughts. Actual skirt steak is a tasty, somewhat affordable cut of beef. It’s easy to cook and fast—leaving you plenty of time to think about that other stuff you think about.
The art of barbecue differs from place to place. Different rubs, sauces, spices—it’s all about local tradition. This collection of regional sauces takes you from one end of the Barbecue Belt to the other with an array of five sauces from America’s foremost BBQ hotspots: Kansas City, Texas, two from Tennesse and one from North Cackalacka.
Fact: Everything is better with beer. Even cookies. These Black & Tan cookies use a bit of butterscotch ale in the ganache crust as well as good ol’ Guiness in the cookie dough. Unlike beer, these won’t make you fat & drunk … just fat. L.A.-based Batch From Scratch bakers also make a whiskey cookie. Give those a shot, too.
All you need are some skewers, because chicken satay is really just grilled chicken on a stick. Sure, the secret to a sweet satay is in the marinade, but the sticks score serious presentation points. Learn how to turn your grilled breast into your grilled best with just a few simple steps. Right here.
When it comes to hot wings, it makes no sense to f—k around. Since Tabasco perfected hot sauce 140 years ago with their signature recipe, we’re pretty sure their Buffalo style sauce is up to snuff. You wouldn’t want wimpy wings would you?
With twenty essential stainless steel tools for total barbecue devastation, the only thing missing from the BBQ Briefcase is a set of handcuffs for the handle. When you’re carrying this thing, you’re on a one-man mission to kill at the grill.