Charred whole and then glazed, these Pineapple Burnt Ends are smoky, juicy, sweet, and irresistible. Bite into these wood-fired saucy cubes!
Grab ahold of these Sausage Popper Boats, a tasty combination of sausages stuffed with cream cheese, pickled jalapenos, cheddar, and smoked. This fun twist to the classic smoked jalapeno poppers is rich, smoky, and still packs a spice punch.
It’s time to devour these smoky, Salmon Hot Dog Burnt Ends. Seasoned with teriyaki spices and sauce, these are absolutely irresistible.
These smoked bacon sriracha Cheez-its will be the hit of your next party, or you might find yourself on the couch surrounded by mystery crumbs. I’ve warned you plenty.
These pastrami bacon-wrapped pickles are asking to be dipped into creamy horseradish sauce. Pop open the jar, grab your bacon and let’s cook!
These franks and beans are smoked, with the sweet heat of barbecue flavors and a touch of bourbon. Grab a bowl and dig in!
Slide this plate over, they’ve got crispy wings drenched in a sage butter sauce. The aromas of the fried sage and chipotles will grab your shirt and pull you in.
These Fried Pulled Pork Cakes are a pork lover’s dream: smokey pulled pork leftovers mixed with cream cheese, scallions, and spices, coated in a crispy crust of pork rinds and then fried to provide multiple layers of textures.
Get your savory tastebuds ready for the Pumpkin Spice Chicken Wings. These are spicy and loaded with flavor, cooked right over the coals or in your smoker.
Smokey, spicy, tangy, you will not be able to stop yourself from eating a dozen. These red-stained wings hit all notes. These pollo asado rojo wings are my creation inspired by many Mexican food dishes. Namely pollo asado & al pastor, but I wanted to create something spicier and fruitier that would pair well with wine (or a summer beer). Wings are the perfect blank palette for any flavor combination as this fatty chicken and skin can take the punishment from the grill while absorbing anything you can throw at it. My wife and I are pretty much a beer family, but every now and then we’ll ignorantly stare down the wine aisle wondering where to start. I had a Riesling company reach out to me recently and happened to ask me if I’d be willing to create a dish that would pair with one of their Rieslings for some…