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.
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, […]
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 […]
[Ed. Note: Welcome to Jason S, the newest addition to Hop Hogs & Harvest! Jason is an accomplished home brewmaster, and one time US Navy Explosive Ordinance Disposal technician. Welcome Jason!] – Simplicity is the ultimate sophistication. – Leonardo DaVinci After brewing for over 15 years one starts to settle on recipes and sources of […]
If you love good BBQ and spend your time hunting local restaurants for that perfect rib, the perfect chicken or brisket, you’ve been looking in the wrong place. Rather than spending hard earned dollars on a hit or miss meal based on an online review, those in the know go to BBQ Judging class. At […]
London, UK. Land of Big Ben, Minding the Gap, Oasis, and… Barbecue? In what may appear an oddity in a country stereotyped for bland food, Jamie Oliver and Adam Perry Lang came together last year to open the contemporary, “Barbecoa London“. Consisting of a high-end butchery on the first floor, and a sit down restaurant […]
2010’s ‘Beer Trip’ led us to the Denver area for our little excursion. It included the spectacular Oskar Blues Brewery, the great Avery Brewing Company and an evening at the Falling Rock Taphouse, which is one of the best taphouses in the country. 2011’s trip led us to be a little more adventurous, so we […]
Any fresh hop brew can only be brewed during the annual hop harvest. Now, just like harvest season at the wineries, that fresh hop season all depends on the year’s weather.
Like peanut butter and chocolate, two things that go great together are fire and electronics. Ok, maybe not usually, but in the case of the Stoker Power Draft System by Rock’s Bar-B-Que, the level of convenience you get on a long cook makes it worthwhile. “The Stoker” as it’s affectionately known is a small computer-controlled […]