Smoked Spiral Sliced Ham

     Not much of a recipe today, more of a technique for how to smoke a ham. Now, I don’t no why we don’t cook hams more often, but for whatever reason, we don’t. And as far as I can recall, this is the first one we’ve ever done on the Egg. It’s not like… Continue reading Smoked Spiral Sliced Ham

Alabama Mashed Potato Salad

     About two weeks ago, when I posted the Bacon Blue Cheese Grilled Potato Salad, I promised that the next time Mrs. G made her Mashed Potato Salad, I would post it up here. This recipe was handed down from MeMaw (Mrs. G’s Grandmother) to her daughter and then to Mrs. G and will be… Continue reading Alabama Mashed Potato Salad

Pork Medallions with a Garlic Mustard Compound Butter

     I think of pork tenderloins as the often overlooked portion of the pig. Which when you think about it is really a shame. It’s the same cut that is used to make filet mignon, just from a pig, not a cow. It’s a very lean cut of meat and since it is not weight… Continue reading Pork Medallions with a Garlic Mustard Compound Butter

A New Approach to Steak and Another Birthday!!

     I can’t believe that Griffin’s Grub is turning two years old! I am soooo excited! Technically, it’s not till tomorrow (Aug 31st), but I’ve got too much to do this weekend to do a post on a Saturday. Anyway, what better way to celebrate a birthday than with steak?      There has been a lot… Continue reading A New Approach to Steak and Another Birthday!!

Hatch Chile Lime Wings

Since the season for Hatch Chilies is so short, I thought I’d take advantage of it and see how many ways I could use them. If you’ve been following this blog or know me, then you probably figured I’d find a way to incorporate them into wings. What can I say? They are my 5th… Continue reading Hatch Chile Lime Wings