Tri-Tip is by far one of the least understood cuts of beef. This recipe for Santa-Maria Style Tri-Tip done over oak wood will keep you and your friends coming back for more.
We hope you’re having a great Memorial Day and remembering our armed forces past and present. How are dealing with Memorial Day Barbecue Costs rising this year? Maybe its time to switch to chicken recipes around here for a while.
Just in time for Labor Day – Andy Husbands and Chris Hart are back with, “Wicked Good Burgers“, the follow up to the amazing, “Wicked Good Barbecue“. From the authors: Wicked Good Burgers ain’t your daddy’s patty on a bun. The upstart Yankee team that revolutionized barbecue with their upset win at the Jack Daniel’s World […]
Co-founded seven years ago by one of the Hop Hogs and fellow Big Green Egg enthusiasts, the Pacific Northwest Evergreen Eggfest is an annual event dedicated to the Big Green Egg, “Eggheads” (Egg Enthusiasts), family and friends. Whether you own an Egg or just want to sample some unique new tastes from slow-cooked BBQ to baked […]
It’s rare we find a product so much, that we have to buy them for pretty much everyone we know. Grill Grates are just such a product. So simple, yet effective, the Grill Grates convert any gas, wood, or lump grill into a high-heat searing station. I’ve had my Grill Grates for a year now, […]
This one is an instant hit at any BBQ party. The slightly sweet and smoky heat combined with the citrus tang of the lime turns boring corn into a fiesta of flavors. This corn pairs perfectly with our Santa Maria Tri-Tip Recipe and a nice Tempranillo. In our case, we enjoyed our friend and […]
We’ve been messing around with Chinese Five Spice recently which commonly includes a balanced mixture of star anise, cloves, fennel, cinnamon, and Sichuan pepper. Inspired by Stephen Raichlen’s BBQ Bible recipe for Dinosaur Bones with our own twist, these beefy ribs don’t look like much at the grocery store and I was skeptical. But after […]
We know what you’re thinking. A cheap plastic board or any large stick of wood should work fine as a cutting board. But this is the Tesla of cutting boards. With enough space to take appetizers and steaks out to the grill and plenty of room for au jus to run off the board leaving […]