Salmon Tacos with Citrus Slaw and Sriracha Crema

As you’ve probably seen in other posts here on my blog, you’ve noticed that I like tacos. Sometimes, a traditional ground beef taco hits the spot, but in this scenario, we wanted to enjoy some of the deliciously amazing Salmon and Sable salmon that we had in the freezer. Now, especially during these Coronavirus times,Continue reading “Salmon Tacos with Citrus Slaw and Sriracha Crema”

Smoked Corned Beef

Adapted from the Traeger Grills app recipe Ingredients: 3-5 pound corned beef flat in brine (from the grocery store) beef rub of your choice  4c chicken broth 2c Colorado pilsner 2c small potatoes, quartered 2 large carrots chopped into 1 inch pieces 1/2 small head of cabbage cut into 3 inch pieces  Directions: Start smokerContinue reading “Smoked Corned Beef”

Orange-Maple Glazed Ham

Let’s be honest… ham isn’t exactly a tradition in my family. We aren’t Kosher, but it’s not often you have ham on Hanukkah. 🙂  However, this is a delicious ham recipe, that we use, and I highly recommend serving it with scalloped potatoes and a steamed vegetable. Enjoy! Glaze Ingredients: Juice and pulp from twoContinue reading “Orange-Maple Glazed Ham”

Homemade Tamales

We recently discovered a great way to use and repurpose leftovers into something quick and delicious for dinner in a hurry. Homemade tamales! So far, we’ve made them with leftover shredded smoked chicken, and pulled pork. This weekend brisket is on the menu, and you can bet we’ll be keeping some leftovers to try asContinue reading “Homemade Tamales”

Grilled American Lamb Chops with a pomegranate and fig salsa

Lamb is a delicious and special meat to cook, and we are particularly fond of cooking it on the grill. Due to the tender nature of the various cuts, it does not need to be cooked long– medium rare lamb is truly amazing. Recently, we’ve discovered that the best lamb is American lamb around. NotContinue reading “Grilled American Lamb Chops with a pomegranate and fig salsa”

Technique: Resting Your Meat

This blog post is sponsored by Ace Hardware. The first of May marked the official beginning of “BBQ Month” and while I personally like to BBQ year-round (yes, I’m that guy outside in my puffy jacket on sub-zero nights, in the dark, grilling up the perfect dinner), I think that most Americans really do fireContinue reading “Technique: Resting Your Meat”