Heritage-breed pork chops cooked in the reverse-sear method are amazingly tender, juicy, and flavorful.
Here’s a way to infuse the evocative spice and smoke flavors of true barbecue into a conventional fast-cooking burger. It uses a smoke-scented barbecue rub. Steven Raichlen calls it The Barbecue Burger; you might call it smoky nirvana.
Eating these ribs can be almost a religious experience, especially when coupled with Sweet-and-Smoky Barbecue Sauce.
Gochujang and KB Sauce give this pork shoulder a slow burn and soulful umami flavors you don’t normally associate with Southern-style pulled pork. For the full flavor, start 48 hours before you plan to serve the pork. Serve with Kimchi. — Steven Raichlen ON-DEMAND: Listen to Faith and Steven talk about this recipe as well […]
Think of this as the ULTIMATE avocado toast. With the salty blue cheese, creamy avocado, toasty pecans, and nutty baby kale, this is one satisfying supper.