I’ve always been a big fan of a good sandwich – Reuben, bahn mi, old school Dagwood you name it, but this grilled blt may be the ONE. Bacon is everything, but on the grill and with charred romaine lettuce and heirloom tomatoes. Oooh weeee, it’s something to behold! Give it a try.
Favorite to eat root vegetables is roasted. Roasting can turn any humble root vegetables into greatness. Baby turnips make the perfect foil for this technique. You get concentrated flavor and tenderness delived in 30 minutes. It’s the glaze that actually puts the dish over the top. It’s time to stop running from those root vegetables your grandparents tried to get you to eat. Actually these aren’t your grand dad’s turnips. They’re way more flavorful.
Tailgating time!!! These slow-smoked ribs are ones to impress your crew of friends. The recipe is super simple, but you’ll need some time.
Quick, simple, yet gourmet is this charred baby eggplant. Charring vegetables is a go-to move for getting quick, no fuss sides on the table that look and taste phenomenal. Try this dish with the frequently used harissa sauce.
Weeknight grilling sometimes is the best grilling. This flank steak is a quick cook, but the flavor and tenderness are off the charts. The key is the marinade which blends both Asian and Caribbean flavors which also helps to tenderize. Marinate a day ahead then grill in less than 15 minutes.
Put these smoked lamb chops on the menu for your next dinner party of date with that special someone. Slow-smoking an entire rack of lamb nets better flavor than simply grilling. This one is easy – marinate, rub, and smoke. That’s it!