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Sous Vide Brisket

Sous Vide is a great way to cook beef brisket because it creates a smoky, tender medium-rare brisket full of rich interesting flavors that falls apart in your mouth.

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Smoked Chicken

Slowly smoked chicken legs have a rich smokey flavor and warm buttery texture that melts in your mouth.

Greek Salad with Lemon Vinaigrette

Serving a Greek salad with lemon vinaigrette is a great way to highlight summer vegetables at their peak. This salad has enough going on that it can be served by itself as a lunch or as a main course for dinner.

Grilled Asparagus

To make delicious grilled asparagus all you need is a little olive oil, lemon juice, sea salt, and garlic. This recipe uses the grill to add a little char that highlights the asparagus’ natural flavors.

Building A Better BLT Sandwich

Most cookbooks skip right over the BLT sandwich, which in my opinion is an oversight because while a bacon, lettuce, and tomato sandwich may seem simple, getting it right requires some know how.

BLT Sandwich

The simple BLT (bacon, lettuce, and tomato) sandwich shouldn’t be pooh poohed as too simple to be worthy of much cooking thought. Fresh summer produce and locally raised bacon can make the BLT an extraordinary sandwich.

Bees Knees Cocktail

The Bees Knees is a traditional summer cocktail recipe made with gin, lemon juice, and a honey simple syrup that lives up to its name with warm honey flavors and a beautiful golden color.

Grilled Cauliflower

The spices in this grilled cauliflower recipe have a Moroccan vibe that creates a delicious dish with a touch of heat that makes the cauliflower taste like it’s from somewhere exotic.

Pulled Pork

To make great pulled pork all you have to do is use the right spices and take the time to slow roast the pork. One secret that makes this pulled pork recipe so delicious is that we set aside some of the spice rub until after the pork has been shredded.

Pico de Gallo

Pico de gallo is a great addition to any Mexican or southwestern dish. The fresh tomatoes, cilantro, and pepper are an easy way to brighten up tacos, burritos, and quesadillas.

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Lemon Meringue Pie

A fresh, tangy lemon meringue pie is the perfect contrast to a heavy meal. It’s also a reminder that while a little chocolate cake is a delicious way to end a dinner, lemon meringue cleanses your palate, with just the right amount of sweet.

Hawaiian POG Juice

Hawaiian POG juice is a bright breezy taste of the islands made of equal parts passion, orange, and guava juices.

 

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Building A Better BLT Sandwich

Most cookbooks skip right over the BLT sandwich, which in my opinion is an oversight because while a bacon, lettuce, and tomato sandwich may seem simple, getting it right requires some know how.

The Mysterious History of the Margarita

When you think of tequila cocktails, one thing comes to mind - the margarita. Despite how well-known the margarita is, its history is a mysterious thing. Who invented it? Why? And most importantly, how do you make a margarita that tastes great?