Some of you may know that yesterday was National Chicken Wing Day (7/29/14). If you lived in my house, you would have known for sure. One of my favorite food holidays of the year. What’s not to love? Crispy, bite sized food? You’re expected to use your hands? People don’t frown down on you… Continue reading Fajita Chicken Wings with a Creamy Chipotle Dipping Sauce
Summer is upon us and people are firing up their grills across the country. Whether they be year round grillers or just fair weather grillers, I bet more grills get fired up this month than any other of the year. Regardless of which camp you fall into, it’s always a good idea to periodically check your… Continue reading Check Your Thermometers!!
We don’t have any new recipes to share with you today, but I thought I would give you an update on some of the things we are working on right now and some of the projects we will be taking on this year. A while back, and I don’t even know how long ago,… Continue reading A Few Projects We’re Working On
With Mrs. G off to Germany, I’m just imagining all the great food she must be eating. Schnitzel, spaetzel, bratwurst and other sausages, pig knuckle and pig shank (Hey, don’t knock it if you haven’t had it. It’s really good). Tons of good food. Most of which I can’t/never tried to cook. Thinking about German food,… Continue reading Sauerbraten Chicken Wings
If you are like me (and most normal people), Monday is not your favorite day of the week, so I thought I’d bring you a little humor to make it a little more bearable. So what’s going on your grill or smoker tonight?
Nothing fancy here, no special recipe or technique. This post is more to highlight what the MINI Big Green Egg can do. Decided to cook up some pork tenderloins Saturday night. They got a simple rub of DP Red Eye Express (a coffee-infused BBQ rub). I was going to fire up the Large Egg, but glanced over at… Continue reading Pork Tenderloins on the MINI Egg
Texas Tri-Tip Down here in Texas, we don’t stumble upon tri-tip very often. I’m not sure if it’s a conspiracy with the meat packing industry to ship all available tri-tips to California, or if our butchers just cut it up differently (often times it is ground up into hamburger or cubed up and sold as soup/stew… Continue reading Texas Tri-Tip