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Barbecue Coffee Pork Medallions with White Cheddar Grits
For the Finale of The Great American Recipe, I decided on a coffee-cocoa rubbed pork tenderloin served up on a bed of jalapeno cheddar grits slathered with the combination of a red-eye style pan reduction and my Somethin' Somethin' Sauce, a sweet and savory Kansas City style barbecue sauce. I finished it with a Hungarian style quick pickle for that bright, spiciness to cut through the heaviness of the dish.
Smoked St. Louis Pork Ribs
Tender and juicy St. Louis style pork ribs, smoked over cherry wood and glaze with a mustard maple rosemary barbecue sauce. The combination of The Clevelander, Somethin' For Rubbin', Somethin' To Beef About and Somethin' Somethin' Sauce makes for a bite that is sure to please even the most discerning palettes.
Stuffed Pork Tenderloin
Our latest incarnation is a mouthful - bacon wrapped pork tenderloin slow smoked over post oak and slathered with Somethin' Somethin' Sauce to get that sticky glaze. Oh, did I mention its stuffed?
Smoked Stuffed Jalapeños
These Bacon Wrapped Stuffed Jalapeños are a simple and delicious addition to any meal prep or as the perfect on the go snack. Smoky, spicy, savory and slightly sweet, these flavor bombs are sure to satisfy all those cravings.
Smoked Baby Back Ribs
Plenty of get togethers have revolved around the smoker and ribs are a staple of that. During this time of quarantine, virtual parties are a thing, and there is nothing like some baby backs, delivered to their door, to make your family and friends happy!
Bacon Barbecue Cheese Ball
In our family, holidays, barbecues and get-togethers require a few things: deviled eggs, a charcuterie board, plenty of iced tea and some kind of cheese ball. This is how we make our (in)famous bacon barbecue cheese ball. Served best with crackers but I love to use it as a replacement for pimento cheese on sandwiches!
Bourbon Barbecue Baked Beans
There is nothing more iconic as a supporting player to a barbecue as a heaping side of smoky and sweet of baked beans. Just add bourbon.
Barbecue Balsamic Onion Grilled Cheese
Grilled cheese was a staple growing up in my house - it was always made the same way: in a skillet, with copious amounts of salted butter and always consisted of just two ingredients: processed violent yellow cheese product and honey top wheat bread. While I still have some fond memories in my heart for this fair, I'm glad it's not the staple in our home.