One of the unique things about our BBQ sauce is its versatility. Yes, it's tasty on ribs and chicken and beef and the standard foods you put on a grill. But have you tried it on salmon yet?
Our family enjoyed bone-in grilled pork chops that were so tasty this week we have to share the recipe. We're not shy about calling this:
The Ultimate Grilled Pork Chop Recipe
Here's what you'll need:
- Boneless or Bone-in Pork chops, cut about 1-1 ¼” thick
- Olive Oil
- Salt and Pepper
- Favorite Dry Rub (Optional)
It's November 29, and those of us who are still eating turkey leftovers have had enough by now. At our house, Scott turned the leftovers into 10 quarts of homemade turkey broth and 3 delicious pot pies. Two are in the freezer for us to enjoy sometime later when our taste for Thanksgiving foods returns. And that...Won't.Be.Anytime.Soon.
After all the effort that went with planning and cooking Thanksgiving foods, it's nice to have some simple quick and easy meal ideas in the queue. Here's one idea that's so simple it's hardly worth calling it a recipe. It's....
OK, confession here, this one isn't really a recipe. On game day just head to the seafood counter at your favorite grocery store, pick up a ring of chilled shrimp... and replace the little plastic bowl of no-name cocktail sauce in the middle with Outta The Park BBQ Sauce!
I think you'll find the ginger in our sauce is a little more subtle than the horseradish found in most cocktail sauces, and that Outta The Park lets the shrimp remain the star player. Garnish with fresh cilantro & you’ve got another quick and easy game winner for your party menu!
I think the Food Network's Alton Brown is pretty much a genius. As a home cook with no formal culinary training, I try to watch every episode of Good Eats that I can in order to learn the simple techniques and equipment that Alton uses to elevate every day comfort foods.
My mom has made this easy, crowd-pleasing cole slaw recipe since I was a kid. I loved it then and I love it now -- and it just happens to go great with anything you cook using Outta the Park BBQ Sauce! Try this tasty cole slaw at your next family feast or neighborhood gathering and see what you think.
The Ultimate Cole Slaw ~ My Mom's Recipe
Our family's traditional New Year's Day dinner was Outta The Park this year, as we slow-roasted a 6 lb. Boston Butt and served it with a generous pour-over of our sauce.
The following recipe fed 8 adults (and 8 grandchildren!), along with traditional side dishes of black-eyed peas, turnips, collard greens and mac and cheese. Don't wait till 2011 to try this one!
6lb. Boston Butt Roast (boneless), rolled and tied with butcher's twine
8 sprigs rosemary
4 tbsps. olive oil
1 head of garlic, cloves peeled and left whole
1 1/2 cups apple cider vinegar