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Green Chile White Cheddar Grits
This is how I make the creamy, slightly spicy version of grits. This dish combines my love of green chiles and white cheddar into a bite that can stand on its own as an entree or be used as a rider for various proteins, such as shrimp or pork. Come hungry because you'll put back a bowl or two!
Smoky Savory Bean Burgers
This savory and smoky bean patty is loaded with crunchy fried onions, the umami-loaded Somethin' To Beef About spice blend and rides atop a bed of roasted red peppers. With melty muenster cheese and creamy Jalapeno Business mayonnaise slathered all over the nooks and crannies of a crunchy English muffin, you won't say no to this bean burger. Let's make Meatless Monday's amazing!
In my opinion, a well smoked brisket is the pinnacle of outdoor cooking - no other cook produces results better than the brisket when investing quality time and effort. Brisket can be an easy process, even if it takes a while to produce. In this recipe, I use two of my spice blends and a PitBoss pellet grill using cherry and oak pellets to make a delicious meal that will feed my family and friends for the week.
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?
Air Fried Savory Spicy Potato Chips
These air fried chips are loaded with deliciousness! They're a crunchy, savory, spicy flavor bomb with a generous hand up from the umami loaded flavor combo of Somethin' To Beef About and Parmigiano-Reggiano!
Wagyu Beef Short Ribs
These amazingly marbled wagyu beef short ribs from E3 Ranch & Co provided the perfect avenue for our sweet, smoky heat of Jalapeno Business and the salty, peppery, umami chocked flavors of Somethin' To Beef About. Of course I had to pull the trigger and make these special! The flavors that came off this cook were out of this world!
Slammin' Beef Jerky
This smoked beef jerky combines two of my favorite flavor profiles - the sweet and fruity heat of Jalapeño Business and the incredibly flavorful umami bomb of Somethin' To Beef About. I smoked it over cherrywood, which lends itself well to the fruity flavors of the marinade. This jerky turns out slightly sweet with a sneaky heat from jalapenos and aleppo chiles and the snappy tang of vinegar to balance it all out.
Cheese Stuffed Burgers
This monstrous all grass finished beef burger, liberally seasoned with Somethin' To Beef About and stuffed with a spicy chipotle cheddar is sure to squelch those cravings! We seared it on a screaming hot cast iron pan and nestled it on a bed of skillet onions with jalapeños. Finally, we capped it with a toasted brioche bun brushed with cluck butter!
Steakhouse Style Egg Salad
Lately, I've been obsessed with eggs and the development of Somethin' To Beef About with its acidic, umami and spicy components only fueled that fire. I spent a decent amount of time a few weeks ago perfecting luscious, creamy, steakhouse style egg salad recipe. Quarantine, am I right?
Publishing this recipe is a direct result of the number of times I am asked for the recipe every time we sample them at shows. It's like a choose your own adventure of flavor and fancy! Hope you enjoy!