After Labor Day, I had a lot of leftover pulled pork. So I decided to use it to make my favorite dish, Pizza! I make pizza with all of my leftovers. However, this one was so good that I had to share. I used my leftover sauce, some thinly sliced red onion, green pepper for crunch and of course some delicious pulled pork. It was one of the best pizzas that I have made. I love it!
While Janine and Robb were here I wanted to try out my new smoker. I purchased a slightly used Superior SS1. It is a gravity fed cabinet smoker. I will explain more in a further post, but for now all you need to know is that it is awesome! I wanted to make them a … Read moreSpatchcock Chicken – Smoked to Perfection
I love tomatoes! I am the weird guy at parties that eats the cherry tomatoes in the vegetable tray. It seems as if I am the only person that eats them. So I decided to grill some up as a side dish. They were delicious! They were a tad bit tart from the balsamic vinegar making them a great side dish to accompany any grilled meat.
I have been trying to come up with a new competition rib glaze that will add a nice sheen and flavor to my ribs. I tried this recipe out but it was not a right fit for my rib flavor profile. However, it was amazing and worked great as a glaze for chicken. I grilled … Read moreHoney Chipotle Chicken
I love meatloaf so I decided to break out the Weber and smoke one. The Weber kettle is one of the most affordable and versatile bbq tools. For $99 you can get an amazing grill and one of the best smokers around. Since I decided to smoke this low and slow, I needed to come up with a way to keep the meatloaf moist and delicious. To do this, I wrapped it in bacon. Not only does the bacon keep it moist, it adds another layer of flavor. Bacon makes everything better!