This is a super simple (and cheap) way to grill up a chicken. Grilling a whole chicken is easy when you know how to do it right. We decided to spatchcock our chicken on a charcoal grill so we could control some heat but still get that BBQ flavor and texture. Try this. It won't disappoint.
Local gin, fresh rosemary and citrus come together to make a perfect compliment for roasted chicken, salmon or really whatever you want! Perfect as a single cocktail or prepared in a pitcher, you'll be set to chill all summer long.
Broccoli doesn’t have to be bland or smothered in cheese sauce. Eat delicious while staying healthy because we can’t always eat naughty. Roasting these babies in the oven is a great way to deepen all the flavors we are adding. Expect to have your taste buds blown to another level with a little sweet here, a little salty there, and a tiny bit of spicy. This is a quick and simple recipe that packs lots of flavor. Try this roasted broccoli recipe for your next gathering or in a weeknight meal.
We love Mac and Cheese so much that we made it thick... and from scratch. This recipe is easy and pretty straight forward. We add a little crunch at the end by putting it in the broiler in a large cast iron pan. Trust us, it's delicious. Definitely make this for you and your family.
How many different ways can you spell kebab? .... kabab.... kebob.... kabob? All we know is that they're delicious and a great Father's Day grilling idea! We did some with steak and some with chicken and of course veggies. Then...
This is our Smoked Maple Old Fashioned. It's delicious, smoky and goes down smooth. We use the smoker and a woodchip to give us that smoke flavor and use maple syrup in place of sugar or simple syrup. If you're a whiskey lover, this is definitely a drink you should try!
This is a simple and easy way....to take the point of your brisket cook and turn it into one of our favorites... BURNT ENDS. We did this on the pellet grill but you can use any smoker. Once you have a cooked brisket point, this is very easy to do. Hope you like it as much as we do!
There's a few different ways to do it. In this brisket cook, we took it overnight very low and slow. We used our own seasonings but Texas style salt and pepper (or your favorite beef rub) works just fine too.
It's very refreshing with loads of citrus and just the right amount of ginger beer, perfect for summer. The Kentucky Mule is a classic cocktail that's been around since the 1940's. This is our West coast take on a mule that includes some citrus, like oranges, similar to margaritas that are very popular on the West coast. This is a great summer drink that goes well with any outdoor or backyard event and is great with BBQ!
This apple pie is all about keeping the flavors and textures that we all know and love about apple pie and making it a little easier. Here, we make our own ice cream but you can skip that if you want to make it even easier. This goes great with anything but we think it's a great finisher to some good BBQ.
This is by FAR our favorite way to cook Tri Tip. Most people cook this like a steak but we love cooking this low and slow like a brisket. This is great to do on any kind of smoker from a pellet smoker to an offset smoker.