During my trip to the market, I spotted these Johnsonville chorizo sausages in the meat department. Chorizo is one of my favorite kinds of sausage, especially when I make chorizo and eggs or cook it in my chili. The Latin … Continue reading →
To some folks, grilling is a year ‘round sport. To most, summer is peak season. In either case, weekend warriors of the kettle unite over hot coals to produce amazing barbecue for family and friends. Each of us has an … Continue reading →
Here is how to make a bacon weave. You will only need 6 steps to get the idea: First, lay down 7 strips of bacon vertically, side by side. Second, fold every other bacon strip in half (it does not … Continue reading →
Here is one of my favorite recipes that I did for GrillinFools. However, this is a picture of the same recipe done more recently. It not only looks cool but it tastes even better. There is nothing like a smoked meatloaf even without the bacon. But everything tastes better with bacon…right!
My first encounter with a Teres Major steak was simple; season with salt and pepper and grill it on the kettle with one chunk of oak until medium rare. OMG!!! It was amazing, very similar to a filet mignon. I’m … Continue reading →
This was my first post for the GrillinFools. I figure I would go with the thing that defined me best for my inaugural recipe post. This is the abbreviated version because the step by step write up can be found … Continue reading →
BBQ has become a passion of mine, so I decided to dedicate a blog towards the art of smoking and grilling. I have met a lot of folks through BBQ and I have already experienced so much, but there is … Continue reading →