Ha noi bun cha is a traditional Vietnamese dish found in fancy restaurants and street vendors alike. It consists of marinated and grilled meats that are served with rice vermicelli, veggies, and dipping sauce. This is a great way to introduce the fam to traditional Vietnamese cuisine!
My buddy, Steve Tyler, recently went on his very first big fishing trip out of San Diego and brought home 100 lbs of bluefin tuna! He was very generous and shared his amazing bounty with me; I seared some and made this delicious poke with the rest!
Beer can chicken might be my favorite way to smoke or grill chicken; it’s a foolproof way to end up with the moistest, most succulent chicken you’ve ever tasted! For this recipe, I used a generous amount of Meat Church’s Holy Voodoo Rub, with its Cajun flavors and a kick of jalapeño…Hallelujah! This is good stuff!
I tried a product I had not cooked with before and it was fantastic - hearts of palm lasagna sheets! Paired with other veggies and my homemade roasted marinara, and man, what a fantastic lasagna that my family loved! I also used plant based cheese which turned this into a vegan lasagna!!!
You don’t need to live in France to enjoy some of the taste of French cooking. And not all French food is complicated or thick sauces. This is so easy to make - all in one pan and just a few steps to complete. The smoker gives it a slight smoked flavor but you could easily make this in the oven.
Soft, buttery scones packed with tons of lemon flavor and crunchy poppy seeds. The Tequila-Fruit Compote is what takes them over the top though! Use whatever fresh, summer fruits/berries you have on hand!
Paella is an iconic Spanish dish that consists of saffron flavored rice cooked with meat, seafood, and/or vegetables. This is a wonderful vegetarian version that you can impress your family and friends with!