Entries for 'holiday recipe'
An Easy Rib Recipe
Posted on June 05, 2018
don’t want much on Father’s Day. Some time to relax, little to no
responsibilities, and a good meal. That’s where Dad’s Smoky Maple Ribs come in.
This easy recipe is fairly set-and-forget. The smoky flavor and sticky sauce
make this a perfect meal to serve after a hard day of doing whatever he wants.
With Red Wine Butter Injection
Posted on January 11, 2018
This prime rib recipe is nothing short of fantastic. I am pretty sure that Chef Ted Reader read my mind and knew exactly what my barbecue dreams were made of when he decided to make a recipe that involved one of the best cuts of beef on the planet and smother it with 101 cloves of roasted garlic. Originally put up on the site in 2011, I have made this recipe a few times, much to the delight of others. Then again, who wouldn’t love succulent prime rib, roasted on a plank, encased in a flavorful roasted garlic crust? You may want to enjoy some vermouth-wash instead of after-dinner liqueurs because when you eat this grill recipe, things are about to get intense!
Tender, smokey, delicious.
Posted on September 14, 2017
We shared this recipe for Smoked Beef Brisket in January of 2013, however, I thought that it would be a great recipe to revisit, especially with so many holidays on the horizon. Smoked Beef Brisket is an excellent way to feed a crowd. Sweet honey and red wine enhance the smoke and seasoning, and after ten hours (or more) in the smoker, it will be well worth the wait. Serve this recipe with your favorite sides for a great holiday dinner.