Our Favorite Recipes For National BBQ Month
Our very own, Chef Tony lists his favorite recipes to celebrate National BBQ Month! These classic BBQ recipes are not only delicious, but sure to inspire you to fire up the grill.
Making hamburgers on the grill is considered an art form to some, and it can be as simple or as complicated as you'd like. This is the recipe I use to produce the perfect, juicy grilled hamburgers on my Weber Kettle charcoal grill. I usually like to keep things simple, with just some seasoning and quality chuck, but today I kicked it up by adding in some chopped bacon. These burgers are ideal for tailgating and parties but they're also perfect for just a mid-week dinner as well.Get The Recipe »
If you're craving something sweet and salty, this delicious bourbon glazed pork chops recipe will have your name all over it. It's important to start with a nice thick cut pork chop so that you can get a great sear on the outside, while keeping the inside nice and juicy! If you're looking for a tasty side item for your chops, try grilling some peaches along side for a sweet treat.Get The Recipe »
Everybody loves tender and juicy, smoked St. Louis Style spare ribs. For this recipe, we go low and slow on our Primo Kamado grill. Learn how to prep the pork ribs, get them seasoned with a homemade rib rub and how to set up a Kamado grill for indirect low and slow cooking. While the ribs smoke, you can make your homemade Pineapple Chipotle BBQ sauce that brings the perfect amount of sweet and spicy to the smoked ribs!Get The Recipe »
These buffalo wings are perfect for tailgates or football parties. Click on the link in the video to see Chef Tony grill these wings on a gas or charcoal grill. Chef Tony also shows you how to make several dipping sauces that are delicious with these wings.Get The Recipe »
Looking for a little "pick-me-up" with your steak? This cowboy ribeye is marinated in espresso and then covered in an espresso and seasoning blend. We cook this monstrous steak on our Blaze Professional grill and then top it with a stout beer reduction sauce.Get The Recipe »