When you think about grilled chicken recipes this summer, don't overlook grilled tuscan chicken recipes for sure. Now there are some great Tuscan chicken recipes out there and today I am going to give you one.
…love Tuscan chicken, love that Mediterranean flavors with the rosemary and the lemon, and now you can copy this at home for you and your friends and family.
I have made this hundreds of times over on the coast at Madonna Inn in San Luis Obispo and it is a crowd pleasure everytime. Now the recipe we are giving you calls for you to place the chicken in a dish with the rosemary lemon rub on it and then let it rest in the fridge overnight. What I do at home is to use a ziploc bag and then it saves on the cleanup.
Here is that recipe for you today for a great Tuscan Chicken recipe. Go ahead and give it a try and see how you like this Tuscan Chicken.
Now I say this is one great Tuscan Chicken recipe but I know we can do one better.
And there is nothing quite like Olive Garden. I would love to show you his version of a Tuscan Chicken recipe, but know that this one is not grilled on the barbecue.
Bbq brisket recipe, wow that is, what I would say, the National barbecue food down in Texas. They are known for their bbq brisket. You can't get much better 'Q' than brisket when it is done right…and they do it right down there.
However, there are some great tips and secrets to a great bbq brisket recipe. Today I would like to share some with you. In a nutshell, here they are:
Trim – Now let's get into it. I like to leave the fat cap on as an insulation and I feel that as the fat melts it drips down into the meat. But that does not mean that I season it lightly for I know that once I trim away the fat after it is cooked up then a lot of that seasoning is gone. So if I am going to leave the fat cap on I season it very well with my bbq rub.
Some folks just trim a lot of the fat away before they start using their special rub on the brisket. I will let you be the judge of how you do it.
If you are looking for the best barbecue sauce recipe and hoping to find it, good luck. Really it all depends on what you and your family like. Ask you (and your family) a couple of questions like:
do we like our barbecue sauce hot and spicy?
do we like our barbecue sauce sweet as honey?
how about maybe not so sweet?
do we like the ketchup based ones?
how about do we like the mustard based bbq sauces?
whoa, hold on there pardner, there is also the vinegar based ones from the Carolinas…..
So you can see what I am talking about. The best barbecuse sauce recipe is one that your family will love and enjoy time and time again, plain and simple. There is no use in getting one, or making one which no one will eat in your home.
Think of your kids, what good does it do for you to be able to make such a complex barbecue sauce and call it the best barbecue sauce recipe in your town, only to find out your wife and kids will not use it at all? So tell me, how great is that recipe?
Barbecue season is here! A lot of guys are asking how to bbq chicken. I guess first of all I really should say that barbecue season is year round at our place. We just never take a break from bbq chicken. Chicken is my favorite thing to grill up. A lot of folks just burn it to death. That does not need to be the case however.
Today I would like to share with you the top four things you need to know when it comes to knowing how to bbq chicken. They are not that hard. In fact, rather just common sense type ideas, but ideas which we should not forget nonetheless….that is if our goal is great bbq chicken which is full of flavor and moist and juicy.
Let's get started.
Brine or not to brine: is it worth all the trouble?
What trouble, the absolute most critical thing I can think about when grilling up some chicken is to brine it. Without a doubt brining is the number one way to serve up some chicken which is moist and juicy and yet full of flavor if done right. I have written quite a bit about brining chicken. Check out some of my brine recipes here. So if the goal is for you to have some moist and juicy chicken when you are thinking on 'how to bbq chicken' remember that tip about brining.
We just love chicken thighs; they are so moist and tender and juicy, but what is the best way to grill chicken thighs? First of all, one of the reasons why we love chicken thighs is that they are way more juicy and with a lot more flavor than the chicken breast. We know that with chicken breasts, if you are not careful they can turn out dry and tough. But you do not have to worry about that with grilling chicken thighs.
Our friends over at the Frugal Chef have put out a great video on grilling chicken thighs. Go ahead and take a look and check out how she grills up some flavorful chicken thighs.
Aw, this post is dedicated to my banker who wants to know how to cook that perfect steak. So, for today it is all about cooking steak tips, but not just for my banker. I mean if he wants to know who to grill up the perfect steak, then I know others probably want to know those cooking steak tips as well. So let's dive right into this.
First, right off the bat, is it even possible to cook a restaurant style steak at home? I know that for the most part we all do not have the same equipment at home that a good restaurant has, but we really can make do….and I will show you some cooking steak tips today for achieving that goal: the goal of a perfect steak.
OK, get yourself the best possible steak, or steaks which you can afford. Don't cut corners here if you do not have to. If you are going to place it in a marinade for a few hours, then that is alright, but you must remember to wipe or pat it dry before you grill it. A wet steak will not turn brown and have that nice crust on the outside which everyone likes. Oh, it will cook, probably be gray, not brown and with hardly any markings at all. What we are going to be showing is how to get those great grill marks.
This Saturday, March 10 2012, will be the Santa Anita’s Winner’s Circle BBQ Championship at the Santa Anita Racetrack. There will be 36 teams competing for $10,000 including: Slap Yo Daddy’s, Big Poppa’s Smokers, Simply Marvelous BBQ, and Lady of Q (her maiden voyage, go Sylvie!). This BBQ Competition is being held within Los Angeles [...]
If you have ever wondered how to make a barbecue sauce, it really is not that hard. I would say it is rather easy and you can really play around with some of the ingredients to have it flavored in any particular way you like.
That is, as long as you get some basics right. Here is a short video that show you how to make a really great spicy mustard barbecue sauce. So go ahead and watch it, but remember that barbecue sauce is really not that hard.
Just remember when making barbecue sauce, that some basic ingredients are what you start with. Here, take a look, and then enjoy!
The Disappearing Pig from Open Air Publishing on Vimeo. Awesome video where expert butcher Tom Mylan takes apart a pig side, right down to the belly (used to make slab bacon). Video excerpt from “The Better Bacon Book,” by Open Air Publishing.
It has been a world wind journey for Pork Barrel BBQ since we first appeared on ABC’s hit showh Shark Tank in September of 2009. At the time we were in just over 100 stores in the DC area, today we are in over 3,000 stores nationwide and growing! We entered the Shark Tank with two products, our Original BBQ Sauce and our All-American Spice Rub. Today we have three additional sauces (Sweet, Mustard and coming soon Carolina Vinegar), BBQ Peanuts and of course Que, the world’s first barbeque scented fragrance. The combined power of our appearance on Shark Tank and the fierce loyalty of our fans and customers have truly allowed us to achieve the American Dream, something we never take for granted and strive to grow everyday.
As a way of saying thank you on the eve of our third appearance on Shark Tank we’d like to share some exclusive behind the scenes video of several of our exeriences with the Sharks as well as our Shark Tank audition video.