Tag: Big Green Egg

Events, Recipes

Last minute Big Game grilling ideas

If you’re like us, life sometimes has a way of getting in the middle of plans. So we’re doing our Big Game football tailgating last minute but we still plan to get the most of our grills and smokers. Here’s our menu for you other last-minute planners. Bonus: All of these options are keto-approved! Bacon-wrapped […]

Grills, How To, Recipes

Slow Smoked Drip Beef, Two Ways

Winter and slow cookers go together like warm apples and cinnamon. The rich smells, savory ingredients melting together warm our homes and stomachs. But what to do when your power is out due to a windstorm? Experiment on the grills of course! This turned out so well, even the 11-year-old said it was the best. meal. ever.

Recipes

Bacon Chocolate Chip Cookies

This may be the simplest dessert hack guaranteed to please. We discovered this when breaking in our new Cuisinart with the kids. The sweet of the sugar combines with the slightly salty, smoky flavor of the bacon to create a cookie every adult will be talking about. Just take Nestle Toll House cookie dough and add pre-cooked […]

How To, Recipes

Pulled Pork Hacks on the Big Green Egg

After the Big Game, a few friends were asking for my recipe for Pulled Pork so here goes. It’s a bit of a mix of my favorite recipes so consider this to be tips and tricks. First off, be sure to make enough so you have leftovers for friends and co-workers as well. Tip of the hat […]

Grills, How To

The Peach Pork Tenderloin Experiment

Have you ever wondered what brining really does to a piece of meat? We went the distance this weekend with tremendous results.  But first, let’s start with the question – “What is Brining”? According to Wikipedia: “Brining is a process similar to marination in which meat or poultry is soaked in brine before cooking. [This] makes […]

Gadgets

BBQ Dragon voted Best New Grilling Accessory

The BBQ Dragon is a fire-starting tool that starts charcoal faster than a chimney without using lighter fluid, controls the heat of grills and smokers, revives smoldering fires, and scares cats off of counters. It works by blowing large amounts of low-velocity, cool air at fires, providing them with more oxygen so they burn hotter […]