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”

Prosciutto wrapped Brie

My sister turned me on to the love of melty, wrapped and baked brie, and I quickly saw the opportunity to adapt it to my grill. This recipe can be adjusted to suit your preferences– and you could definitely use puff pastry instead of prosciutto. The jam/jelly can definitely be changed up too!  Ingredients: 8Continue reading “Prosciutto wrapped Brie”

Teriyaki Salmon Rice Bowl

This makes an amazing and quick dinner, and can be adapted to whatever ingredients you like.  2 portions fresh salmon Juice of ½ lemon Teriyaki marinade 2 cups white sushi rice, cooked 2 soft-boiled eggs (6 minutes or less for runny eggs) 4 tbsp pork belly or pancetta, cooked crisp and diced Flash-steamed vegetables (carrots,Continue reading “Teriyaki Salmon Rice Bowl”

Palisade Peach Bourbon Crisp

FRUIT FILLING 8 ripe Palisade peaches ¼ cup brown sugar Juice of one lemon ¼ cup bourbon 1 tsp ground cinnamon 1 tsp vanilla extract ½ tsp kosher salt 4 tbsp cinnamon, cardamom and ginger Banner Butter, chilled and cut into small bits TOPPING ¼ cup bourbon ½ cup flour ½ cup old fashioned oatsContinue reading “Palisade Peach Bourbon Crisp”

Blistered Shishito Peppers with Miso Caramel & Parmesan

Ingredients: 1 pound Shishito peppers Olive oil Sea Salt 1/4 C Light miso paste 1/4 C Soy sauce 2 T Sesame oil 1/4 C Brown sugar Dash of Fish sauce Parmesan cheese Tools: Flat pan or BBQ grill basket Small heavy saucepan Whisk Grill tongs A hot grill (charcoal is preferable) with direct heat/flames Directions: Continue reading “Blistered Shishito Peppers with Miso Caramel & Parmesan”

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”

Spicy Mexican Shredded Pork

Is Mexican food in your future with the pulled pork you are cooking? We made a sauce the other day that is perfect to pour on a pork shoulder right before you wrap it.  This sauce gives that pork a flavorful spicy kick. It’s like an easier version of carnitas.  Ingredients- 1 can of chilesContinue reading “Spicy Mexican Shredded Pork”