Ham and Bean Soup is a great way to get extra mileage out of your Double Smoked Ham. You take the leftover smoked ham bones and slow simmer them on the stove in a pot of beans. I always make several hams around the holidays, so I stash away a couple bones just so I can make this ham and bean soup recipe on a cold winter day. I also try to leave a decent amount of meat on the bone to make sure our soup ends up nice and meaty. You can always supplement with chopped ham if you feel yours is too picked over.
One of the easiest (and most delicious) holiday meals you can make on your barbecue pit is my double smoked honey glazed ham recipe. It’s called “double smoked” because you start off with a pre-cooked (and smoked) ham, then use your smoker to warm it up. The whole thing gets topped off with a thick coating of sweet honey glaze before serving!
Earlier this week I made an appearance on local news station Fox 4 KC to help promote the upcoming American Royal BBQ Contest. I was showcasing my Smokey Kansas City Pit Bean recipe that we will be turning into the judges later this weekend. This bbq bean recipe is sweet, spicy, meaty, smokey, and feature the bold flavors of Burnt Finger BBQ’s Smokey Kansas City Barbecue Sauce! Smokey Kansas City Pit Beans have been a multi-year winner at the American Royal and will be a sure hit at your next barbecue.
A lot of people like to use a steak sauce on their steaks. The best part about making your own steak sauce is that you can adjust the ingredients to your own liking. This homemade steak sauce recipe browns up nicely when cooked and tastes similar to the popular A.1. Sauce. It yields about 2 1/2 cups of homemade steak sauce pairs perfectly with The Baron’s Steak Seasoning Recipe and The Baron’s Steak Marinade Recipe. Enjoy!.
This is what I consider to be a perfect steak marinade recipe. It’s full of ingredients that compliment the natural flavor of the beef without overpowering it. This steak marinade recipe also pairs perfectly with The Baron’s Steak Seasoning recipe and my Homemade Steak Sauce Recipe.
With summer quickly approaching, grilled steaks are on everyone’s menu. To help you grill flavorful restaurant quality steaks in your own backyard I’m going to do a series of posts dedicated to the layers of flavor that go into creating a delicious grilled steak. And what better way to start than with my Baron’s Steak Seasoning recipe!
Posted by Jason on June 16, 2015
This summer our competition team, Burnt Finger BBQ, is working with Cabo Wabo Tequila to ensure that the drinks we’re sipping during the heat of competition are as bold in flavor as our championship barbecue.
Cabo’s roots run deep – born in the agave fields of Mexico, and praised in the bars, man caves and backyard barbecues of America. Founder – Sammy Hagar – was devoted to creating a tequila that would embody his beliefs of living free, working hard and playing harder. The result is a “Thick Cut Tequila” with an agave-forward taste that cuts no corners and makes no apologies. Here are the tequilas we’ll be responsibly drinking by the grill:
“What is my favorite BBQ recipe?” That is a question I have been asked more times than I can remember, and something I cannot answer for sure. Mainly because I have been on a quest to find the perfect BBQ recipe for 40 to 50 years and haven’t found it yet, and knowing me I never will! Saying all that, my favorite cuisine is Asian and my favorite protein is duck (domestic or wild). So, many years ago I decided to combine all of my passions (Asian/duck/BBQ) into one recipe. Szechuan Smoked Duck!
First and foremost, I would like to congratulate Paul Kirk on the recent announcement of his induction into the Barbecue Hall of Fame! Known in many circles as the Kansas City Baron of Barbecue, Paul has a had a storied career that has spanned both the competition and commercial realms of barbecue. He joins Steven Raichlen and Ed Fisher (founder of Big Green Egg) as the 2015 class of inductees into the Barbecue Hall of Fame!
Secondly, and seemingly well timed…I would also like to welcome Paul Kirk as a contributor to our BBQ Addicts blog! Paul brings to the
There’s a new music video called “BYOMB: An Ode to Kansas City BBQ” that’s lighting up the interwebs amongst the Kansas City BBQ culture. BYOMB stands for “Bring Your Own Man Bib”, and it’s actually a pretty catchy tune that calls out a handful of the beloved Kansas City BBQ joints. Typically these types of barbecue tribute songs are oozing with the twang of a country music parody, but not this one. It’s writer, Joshua Kennedy, throws down a hip-hop flavor that’s just as strong as the smoked meats he’s rapping about. The song takes you on a quick 3 minute journey through the evolution of Kansas City BBQ culture as experienced by Kennedy. From the days of the Big 3 (Arthur Bryant’s, Gates, and Jack Stack) to the rise of