Yes, you read that right, it's a barbecued sweet potato pie. The pie is very rich with a subtle smokey flavor.
Thick, subtly smoky, and earthy, with a little bit of sweet and just enough heat. It's especially good on grilled and roasted meats.
Here is a quick and easy snack that has that familiar sweet, salty, smoky, and subtly spicy flavor of BBQ potato chips.
Anaheim peppers stuffed with a combination of ground turkey and spicy pork sausage, wrapped in bacon, smoked, then glazed.
Here is a simple but elegant summer dessert.
Cedar Plank Copper River Salmon - This is real deal wild Alaskan salmon and, yes, it lives up to the considerable hype.
What better to way to celebrate National BBQ Month than with some sangria? It's fruity, refreshing and festive.
The 'diablo' in the name is Spanish for 'devil', so you might think this is a salsa that is so hot that it will give your mouth second-degree burns. In reality, it's fairly mild and subtly smoky, with just a hint of heat.
This is for those of you who need or want a great basic all-around barbeque seasoning (or "rub"). This is also a great base recipe for creating your own signature seasoning.
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