Recteq was started by two door-to-door vacuum salesmen in Evans, Georgia and now employs hundreds of people there. Best known for its wood pellet grills, Recteq recently introduced an affordable flat top griddle into its range.
This griddle has been created to allow smoke to permeate over food to enhance flavor without decreasing surface temperatures, and boasts an intuitive control system.
An exquisite prime rib is an ideal feast to mark any special occasion. This delectable meat dish, consisting of large cuts of beef with desirable streaks of fat that melt during cooking for maximum mouth-coating juiciness and flavor complexity.
Make sure your meat is properly prepared by using a butter herb rub and generously seasoning it with kosher salt (not table salt). Take note to remove it from the fridge at least 2 hours prior to cooking time.
Pulled pork has become a mainstay in most barbecue cultures across the US. Although the sauces and rubs vary by region, most share similar themes.
For perfect pulled pork, the Boston butt pork shoulder (often called) is the ideal cut of meat to use, boasting plenty of collagen that easily turns to gelatin during slow, low cooking. Covering it during this process helps preserve its moisture and creates moist and delicious results!
Kung Pow Brussels Sprouts
Roasted Brussels Sprouts covered in an exciting, spicy Kung Pao sauce will surely impress even the pickiest of eaters! A perfect side dish!
Prepare the Brussel sprouts by first rinsing and drying on paper towel before placing in a pan with olive oil and Jody’s Asian Persuasion Rub.
Combining water, soy sauce, brown sugar, hoisin sauce, rice vinegar and chile paste (Zhenjiang Vinegar/ Chinkiang Vinegar) in a small bowl should result in delicious results.
Jerk Pork Tenderloin
A sweet and spicy marinade gives this pork tenderloin recipe incredible flavor for 5-star grilling pleasure, perfect for dinner parties or meal prepping. Enjoy! This Caribbean-style jerk pork dish provides protein options perfect for dinner parties or meal planning!
Jerk cooking hails from Jamaica. To create it, whole pigs are marinated with fiery jerk seasoning before being smoked over allspice wood for hours until crispy and delicious!
Home versions of jerk require spices such as kosher salt, allspice, cinnamon, ground ginger, and cloves – though you could also opt for premade Walkerswood seasoning as an easy shortcut or make your own from scratch!
These unique burgers take inspiration from cheesesteaks with the addition of kimchi, spicy-sweet condiment, smoky barbecue sauce and sour cream for an unexpected touch. Most of the kimchi is used to infuse patties with its spicy-sweet flavors while any leftover goes into sauces or dips.
Heat a skillet or flat top pan over medium high heat and sautee the kimchi until softened, adding in lettuce leaves, one beef patty, quick pickled cucumbers and a fried egg for topping.
New Mexico Red Chili Ribs
Up until now, most Recteq models focused on large cooking spaces; however, with their new DualFire 1200 model they’ve also entered into the griddle game.
This griddle features a 17lb pellet hopper controlled via the Recteq app and Wi-Fi enabled PID controller, and both direct and indirect cooking surfaces made entirely from stainless steel from grill grates to embossed bull logo on lid with giant screwed on handles.
Potatoes are an indispensable staple that can be used in numerous dishes. Prepared using different methods and ingredients, potatoes can make delicious side dishes. But to stay on track with healthy eating habits it is important to select healthier methods of preparation so they can be eaten in moderation.
To keep things healthy and nutritious, the key to successful potato preparation is avoiding high-fat ingredients and condiments. Roasting or baking with minimal oil added is the ideal method.
Brisket, a tough cut of beef, can best be prepared when prepared slowly and low-and-slow. Smoking, brining and braising methods add depth of flavor, which result in melt-in-your-mouth tenderness.
The brisket is composed of two muscles that overlap. One, known as the flat cut, has less fat. Meanwhile, another known as the point or deckle has greater levels of marbled fat.
This delicious street taco recipe makes the perfect summertime dinner! For optimal results, cook them on a barbecue grill; however, an oven or scorching-hot skillet also work great.
Mexican street tacos are typically composed of two small corn tortillas topped with your choice of protein – here we use Pollo Asado chicken, served alongside pico de gallo, guacamole and Cotija cheese for added crunchiness!