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Smoked Triple Thick T-Bone Steaks

Smoked Triple Thick T-Bone Steaks

Hunks of heavenly beef

Posted on October 31, 2017

After a photoshoot was rained out, I had these delicious, GIGANTANORMOUS T-Bone steaks that needed to be eaten. Inspired by their sheer density I decided that there was nothing one of these steaks (which will feed 2 to 4 people) need more than some smoke. I made some Smoked Triple Thick T-Bone Steaks by seasoning them fairly simply with salt and pepper, then slowly reverse seared using the Napoleon Smoker Tube to add a wreath of smoke from oak wood chips. The flavor was meaty, and subtle with a smoky finish that satisfied. This steak didn’t come off tasting like any old rack of ribs, but a tender, juicy feast fit for a king, or queen.

Posted in: Beef
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Super Fluffy Chocolate Chip Pancakes

Super Fluffy Chocolate Chip Pancakes

Hidden morsels of melted chocolate

Posted on February 22, 2017
Super Fluffy Chocolate Chip Pancakes, another take on Japanese Pancakes, these pancakes are larger than life and twice as delicious. Serve topped with maple syrup, chocolate syrup, fruit sauce, or whipped cream and you will have the best breakfast ever. Definitely only need one of these to fill the void, that’s for sure. 
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Smoked Vanilla Bean Ice Cream

Smoked Vanilla Bean Ice Cream

with Candied Bacon and Caramel

Posted on November 09, 2016

To make smoked ice cream, you need to start with smoked cream. It’s surprisingly simple, and has a subtle flavor that complements salty and savory tastes. Smoked Vanilla Bean Ice Cream with Candied Bacon and Caramel is a mouthful in more ways than one. It’s the perfect treat to turn into an ice cream sundae on National Sundae Day. This easy, no churn, ice cream recipe may just make it to the top of your favorite dessert list.

Posted in: Desserts
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Meatball Subs

Meatball Subs

on Gourmet Hot Dog Buns by COBS Bread

Posted on June 23, 2016
Anyone can make hot dogs on the grill, some can even make spiral dogs, but a gourmet bun needs to have something worthy of gracing the soft and flavorful folds of bread. That’s where my idea for Meatball Subs on Gourmet Hot Dog Buns by COBS Bread comes in. Using ground brisket instead of typical ground beef, this recipe is elevated to the next level of deliciousness and into the realm of gourmet. 
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Thyme and Feta Lamburgers with Avocado Aioli

Thyme and Feta Lamburgers with Avocado Aioli

on COBS Bread Gourmet Hamburger Buns

Posted on June 15, 2016

Thyme and Feta Lamburgers with Avocado Aioli on COBS Bread Gourmet Hamburger Buns are delicious, with a small kick that is mellowed out by the creamy and cooling aioli. They’re a different meal in a familiar package. Even my picky husband admitted that these were some mighty fine burgers.

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Gourmet Steak Pizza

Gourmet Steak Pizza

on Cheese, Herb & Garlic Mini Focaccia

Posted on June 15, 2016
If you’re creative enough just about anything can become pizza. Gourmet Steak Pizza on Cheese, Herb & Garlic Mini Focaccia proves that. I used very fresh ingredients for this recipe, and you can taste the difference. The tomatoes served as the sauce instead of using a traditional tomato sauce. I did this because I didn’t want to top the cheesy goodness of the fresh herbed focaccia with anything that would mask its delicious flavor. Instead, I enhanced the delicate herb and cheese flavor by adding succulent steak slices and red onion. 
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Steam Whistle Pilsner Marinade

Steam Whistle Pilsner Marinade

Perfect for beef

Posted on June 12, 2016

A pilsner, like Steam Whistle, is the perfect addition to any marinade. The acidity in the liquids of your marinade will soften the connective tissues in the meat you are marinating, making the meal not only more flavorful, but even more tender. Using a lighter beer, like Steam Whistle, helps keep things light as well. Your meal won't feel weighted down by the marinade you use. Try it on a beef roast, or lamb chops tonight. 

Posted in: Miscellaneous
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Grilled French Toast

Grilled French Toast

with Cinnamon Sugar Walnuts

Posted on June 08, 2016
Grilled French Toast with Cinnamon Sugar Walnuts is the perfect weekend breakfast. Using a sturdy loaf of Italian Style Bread, like COBS Bread Pane di Casa, is ideal. The thin, yet crispy crust holding the fluffiest bread imaginable is superb for grilling directly on your cooking grids. The resulting slightly smoky, sweet, bread-pudding-like texture is what French toast is all about. I added some Cinnamon Sugar Walnuts and then yelled, “Bring on the Maple Syrup”! 
Posted in: Miscellaneous
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BLT with Egg

BLT with Egg

on a COBS Bread Sourdough Roll

Posted on June 08, 2016
The BLT is made better with an egg and perfected when put on a COBS Bread Sourdough Roll. I know what you’re thinking. You are thinking that they’re just rolls, you eat them with butter at supper. I’m sorry; I can’t do that. It would be sacrilicious. I mean, yeah, they’re good as dinner rolls to accompany some sort of grilled delight, but why stop there? Why not worship a little roll of the best bread flavor – sourdough is a flavor right? – by making these buns of heavenly deliciousness into a breakfast that would top all of the top ten sandwich lists. 
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Double Decker Brisket Burgers

Double Decker Brisket Burgers

on COBS Gourmet Hamburger Buns

Posted on May 25, 2016
When you find yourself in possession of high quality buns, like COBS Bread Gourmet Hamburger Buns, you need to grill something worthy of being placed upon them. While brisket is generally thought of as a smoked and tender slab of meat with perfect bark, and definitely not a hamburger. However that is not the case today. Today I decided to take a chance on this notorious cut of meat and and create an incredibly flavorful burger, worthy of the bun it rests upon. Double Decker Brisket Burgers on a COBS Bread Gourmet Hamburger Bun was delicious and filling, unbelievably meaty, worthy of the title "Burger". 
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