This recipe adds a barbecue glaze to the burgers to create true barbecue burgers instead of ground beef on the grill.
That being said I often grill vegetables as side dishes, so putting together a totally vegan menu wouldn’t be too difficult. So I asked myself, if I didn’t eat meat, seafood or shellfish, what would I want to have for dinner?
Read “Slow Fire: The Beginner’s Guide to Barbecue” and let Dr. BBQ be your wing-man (literally) as he walks you through the basics of cooking authentic barbecue on your own grill (and if you have a stovetop smoker, you can cook inside, too!).
When I heard that Ken was going to fire up the Bad Boy, I knew there was no better place to be for BBQ.
In 2008, my coauthor of ten books, Nancy Gerlach, and her husband Jeff retired and moved from Albuquerque to Chelem, Yucatán. Recently my wife and I visited them for a whirlwind tour of the region.
Last Christmas, the fat guy in the red suit brought me a Cabela’s Pro Series electric meat grinder and I’ve been dying to try it out. Cinco de Mayo gave me a great excuse to do that. I turned 4 pounds of boneless pork butt into homemade patty chorizo, but that was just the start of what turned into a really fun grilling idea for the holiday.
Normally I spend my Saint Patrick’s Day hunting leprechauns so I can waterboard the location of their gold out of them, but this year I changed it up by making corned beef with a twist: I brought the fire. Much like celebrities and rehab, mustard and corned beef have a long tradition together. Seeing as how people love themselves some …